What Is life Coaching?

If you’re asking yourself questions such as “Who am I?” or “What am I doing with my life?”, then you’ll benefit from working with a Life Coach.

Perhaps you want to do something different, but you don’t know where to start?

Or, maybe you have a huge goal in mind, but you can’t see a clear path forward?

Additionally, maybe you’ve been trying to move in a new direction, but a fear of failure keeps you from starting.

Perhaps you dream of a life with more joy, creativity, intellectual challenge, travel, time in nature, or new experiences, but you don’t believe it’s possible for you. 

Basically, Life Coaching opens a clear path to the life you want.


My clients are ambitious creative people with heart who live with intention.

Equally, they’re unique thinkers, doers, creators, leaders, healers, and seekers who have achieved great success in their lives but want help with the next big step.

Also, they are gracious people who want to make life better for themselves, and others. They want to spend more time on activities and projects that speak to their soul.

Is this you?


In our work, I will help you to destroy your limiting beliefs by taking action. Also, with life coaching, it’s possible to uncover the beliefs that hold you back. For example, all you have to do to succeed is: believe in yourself, face the brutal facts, and take action. If you practice these three simple steps, then your limiting beliefs will stop controlling your life.


When you face changes like graduating from school, starting a new job, retiring, divorce, healing, etc., life forces you into uncomfortable transitions.
So, as support, Life Coaching helps you shed outdated identities, beliefs, relationships, or habits, so you can relinquish views and versions of yourself that keep you from flowing with life.


The fruit of self-discovery depends on what kind of self you set out to find. So, Life Coaching opens into a rich, complex, and rewarding contemplation. The “Who am I?” question blooms into profound inquiries around values, purpose, excellence, identity, role, and responsibility.

I Offer Two Types Of Life Coaching

Spiritual Life Coaching


In your Spiritual Life Coaching Program, you’ll clarify who you are and what you want to be, so that you can make clear, powerful, and confident choices about your life.

Buddhist Life Coaching


Buddhist Life Coaching prepares you to study Buddhism. You’ll reflect on your values, spiritual motivations, core beliefs, identity, and ultimate purpose. Also, you’ll examine what it means to put difficult Buddhist concepts like ‘no-self’ into practice.

Frequently Asked Questions

The role of a Life Coach is to receive you with presence and non-judgmental awareness so that you can deepen your learning about yourself.

A coach will help you uncover your values, see what habits and intentions drive your life, and formulate actions that move you toward desired outcomes.


Just about everyone benefits from Life Coaching. (As long as they are cognitively able and willing to participate in the process.)

Studies show that research-based coaching techniques work for people who want to make lasting changes in their lives through personal insight, and goal attainment.


Having a Life Coach helps you regain control of your time and supports you in designing your life.

A coach helps you gain more clarity and confidence, which, in turn, helps you to communicate well and to act effectively.

Some of the results our clients have achieved include:

  • A more rewarding job
  • Moving to the city of their dreams
  • Securing a significant pay raise
  • Living free of social conditioning and norms
  • Serious spiritual practice
  • Completion of an award-winning project
  • Family and children

Mistakes are expensive.

Diving in deep into a project in the wrong direction without a strategy is costly and painful.

Coaching is a powerful tool for spiritual growth and transformation and is worth it if you recognize and value personal growth and your innate potential as a human being.

A Life Coach can help you set and achieve goals, get a handle on your time management, guide self-discovery, achieve balance and self-care, identify your career values, be an accountability partner and support you in your efforts to achieve your life’s goals.


A therapist is focused on the past, whereas a coach is action-oriented and focused on the future.

Although we’re based in New York City all of our sessions are carried out over the phone or via video call.

This makes the sessions incredibly flexible and means you can go about your day to day life without having to worry about scheduling in some life coaching in NYC.

It also means we’re happy to speak to clients who live in other areas of the United States.