About Kim

My mission is to help you live your best life

In our coaching partnership, we will work together to identify and eliminate those limiting thoughts that are holding you back from achieving your dreams. As a certified Life Coach, an accounting professional, and a LEAN Green Belt process improvement specialist, I have been working as a mentor and business coach for 15 years in the corporate world. Through this experience, I have discovered that my true passion is working with individuals one-on-one to help them define and achieve their own version of success. This is what has led me to mindset coaching.

As we gain control over the management of our minds, we are able to translate this into the successful management of our time, our energy, our money – our overall well-being.  Often, we feel at the mercy of our circumstances.  This program enables you to realize your innate power over the experience of your life.

An expectation of happiness 100% of the time is unrealistic; and in fact, this belief can be limiting.  Success depends upon the management of both our negative and positive experiences.  We can’t experience one without the other.

We know that we can’t control anyone else, we can only control our own experience.  In the words of “Happiness Project” author Gretchen Rubin, “If I’ve learned one thing from my happiness project, it’s that if I want my life to be a certain way, I must be that way myself”.

Managing my mind and emotional resilience were the keys to optimizing my money, time and energy. I can show you how to do the same.

“The goal is not to be better than the other man, but (better than) your previous self.”

Dalai Lama

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