Taking service-centered professionals
from burning out to fired up !
In a world of never-ending urgency you are valued for what you do, not for who you are.
You get lost in the shadows of everything and everyone else.
Discover how I can help you reconnect with what matters most: caring connections, core purpose and clear vision.
You won’t find quick-fix formulas or overblown promises here.
Keys to Change stands with you, offering innovative, customized and time-tested
strategies for transforming overwhelm into capacity, connection and clarity.
I get how burnout happens and how purpose and vision get clouded. As a service-centered professional and a solopreneur, I’ve been there, too. When everything and everyone else comes first, your needs never even get on the priority list. It’s been going on for too long. Now you’re yearning to reconnect with what matters most: your inner self, caring relationships and your core purpose.
I’m here to help you do that.
Find out how I help you go from burning out to fired up, from confusion to clarity, and from uncertainty to focus and action.
From the Blog
Anger, guilt, anxiety and other negative emotions are helpful in surprising ways.
Each of has unique gifts and talents (Capaccione & Van Pelt, 1996). These may be inborn or may be learned early in life. These things seem so easy and natural to us, we may not even recognize them as something special that we have to offer.
Early Saturday morning, my friend and I talked of many things as we pedaled our way along a 13-mile loop through Patapsco Park. Our discussion turned to our thoughts about acceptance, of living with what is, even when you’d rather it was different.
Later, as I put away my new embroidery supplies and thought about the workshop, it occurred to me that Stephanie strengthened my eagerness to learn by integrating the seven characteristics of relationship-based, reflective practice into her teaching style.
That’s the major function of a mind map – to sort out what matters most from a welter of ideas, concepts, thoughts and feelings what matters most.
In times of heightened stress, it’s easier for us to react to others’ expectations than to figure out and do what we find means the most, that fulfills us and brings a sense of joy.