Has your career or personal life been around a few bends in the road or maybe even a hairpin turn recently? Do you have a nagging feeling that there is something missing in your life? Is there something more meaningful that you want to bring into your life at this time? Are you stuck?
Congratulations! You’re asking yourself the hard questions but the right questions. That restless, unsettled feeling is simply your intuition telling you that you’re ready for a change in your next career or life chapter. You intuitively know that a healthy career and life needs to grow and develop if it is to bring you the prosperity and future that you want.
“Now What?” Intensive Coaching Program
($275/month by telephone) (10% discount if paid ahead in full)
- 9 weeks (three months) intensive coaching program
- Fast-paced action-oriented with clear results
- Based on Laura Fortgang’s “Now What? 90 Days to a New Life Direction”
- “Now What?” book and workbook included
- Focus is on identifying a new life direction and making that happen within 90 days.
What Participants Say
The ‘Now What?’ coaching experience not only provided me with the much-needed accountability to make necessary changes in the professional area of my life, but resulted in some small and large surprises with Kit’s gentle but firm nudging. I especially appreciated being reminded of the power I already possessed to initiate an immediate change where I was, even while researching other opportunities. I would highly recommend this program to anyone looking for clarity, balance and direction in all areas of his or her life.” – Barbara Fleming
The ‘Now What? 90 Days to a New Direction’ program has allowed me to finally find the keys to a successful life: knowing who I am (my calling) and knowing what I’m supposed to do (my destiny). With Kit’s help, I have found my God-given purpose. Best of all, along with that discovery came my passion! Aligning what I feel strongly about with what I do for a living has empowered me to face my future with energy and enthusiasm. Life makes sense now since I’ve finally found my “spot” in it. – Janet Jagitsch