To engage in Life Coaching is to say Yes! to your personal and professional development.
Life Coaching is for you if you want to:
- Clarify goals for the next chapter of your life
- Take action to live into those goals
- Learn to be better at self care
- Live a meaningful life
- Develop mindfulness practices
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I was a mid-life mess. Meg helped me figure out how to finish the never-ending dissertation, how to prepare for a crazy international move, and a few years later, how to navigate a difficult leadership relationship and organizational transition that was triggering all my anxieties. Her expertise and experience make her a veritable one-stop shop of wisdom and uniquely qualify her as a guide for clergy in transition. By some miracle, she managed to make working through life’s biggest challenges fun, and I left feeling sure I was her favorite client. Knowing Meg, I suspect all her clients feel that special.
Ben Byerly, PhD. Spiritual Director, Researcher, and Biblical Studies Lecturer working in France and Africa
Meg’s background and credentials
Meg Hess was my life coach during a mid-life career change. I found the coaching relationship to be very empowering. The process is action oriented. Meg begins each session with the question, “Where would you like to go today? She ends by asking, “What are your action steps?” and “How are you going to let me know you’ve accomplished them?” This helped me to stay focused on my goals and to move forward even when I was afraid. I ended up being hired to teach writing at a community college. This was something I never thought would be possible. I have continued to reach out to Meg for “tune ups” when I feel stuck and need a boost. I have recommended her to friends and family members. She is a treasure.