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Curiosity
Looking deeply at or into something with openness and curiosity can be the most engaging moments we experience.
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Creativity
“Creativity is intelligence having fun.” ~ Albert Einstein Are you getting to use your creative juices enough?
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Career
Career can be a word loaded with many feelings and associations. How is your career going?
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Confidence
Confidence can be too high or too low. What is your Confidence level?
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Welcome! If you’re reading this you may be wondering what’s next for you.

You’ve come to the right place. I’m a coach with 25+ years of helping people get curious about what they want, and how to get it.  I’ve been a lifelong seeker, always looking for the most genuine way of working and living.  I apply the questions that propel me forward to help you with your search for what you want and need. Read more to get to know me…

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I was introduced to Daisy through a friend of a friend who raved about her, so despite my hesitations of seeing someone over Skype I gave it a shot. I am now that person who will rave about Daisy to anyone who will listen, and I couldn’t recommend her highly enough. Here are the primary reasons why:

1) Daisy takes the time to get to know all of you, understanding that every aspect of your life is relevant to your professional career (and goals). 2) You should see the redlines on my resume. Daisy was patient with me as we walked through line-by-line, and answered all of my ‘why?’ questions. Her experience was acutely clear during these exercises. 3) Daisy is focused (and boy did I need that!). She is honest without being harsh and a pro at redirecting a conversation that has gone off the rails. She routinely reminded me of my key strengths and provided encouragement when I needed it most.

I started my dream job last month, and I can say with absolute certainty I would not be in the position I’m in without Daisy’s help. Daisy is a phenomenal coach, cheerleader, and mentor who is a master at bringing out each individuals’ key strengths to maximize their potential.

– L.P., Digital Sales Executive

"I can’t say enough good things about Daisy. I came to her at a time in my life where I was feeling very lost about my career path and what I wanted to do. I had several ideas but no direction. Daisy helped me sift through my interests and find a cause that I really believed in and was excited to work towards. With her help I was able to find and clarify my goals and dreams and from it my business and passion was born. Now I am a women’s health coach and launched my business helping women with cycle, fertility and pregnancy/birth goals. Being an entrepreneur has been challenging and has brought up a lot of old limiting self-beliefs and problematic self-talk but Daisy also helped me come up with better tools when dealing with those. One of my favorite parts was also finding what my strengths and weaknesses are, helping me understand and anticipate where I may need support and what I need to celebrate in myself. Hiring Daisy was one of the best decisions I made and smartest investments for my future and myself. The cherry on top was how lovely she is. Her energy is great and our conversations were always enjoyable (I always wanted to keep chatting!). 110% recommend!"

–Nina Beltran
Women’s Health Coach

Tuesday, October 20, 2020 Daisy blog , Career , Life , Mindfulness , Uncategorized No comments
It’s been several years since I wrote an article about mindfulness becoming the new yoga. Indeed, this has continued to be the trend; mindfulness meditation practices are now mainstream, whet...
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Use these expert tips to stand your ground for equal pay. Raven Ishak No matter how old we are or how long we’ve been working, we all have questions when it comes to careers—from how to res...
Monday, May 04, 2020 Daisy blog , Career , Job Postings , Job Search , Uncategorized No comments
With orders to stay at home as the “new normal,” and plenty of businesses temporarily shuttering to protect staff and customers, many people are suddenly out of work… And even with unemployment pr...