Working with Alyssa gave me confidence in my decision making abilities. She helped me to gain clarity which led to me feeling more grounded. I was able to unleash the potential to stop doubting myself and my decisions.
Prior to meeting with Alyssa, I was nervous about sharing my experiences with trauma and PTSD while navigating my interest in pursuing a career in venture capital and social entrepreneurship. Since starting coaching with Alyssa, I feel more empowered in taking on experiences and interacting with people in spite of personal setbacks.
Alyssa asked the questions that I didn’t know I needed to answer. Making me look in places not previously considered and moving me forward at a pace far exceeding what I could do alone. Working with Alyssa I unleashed clearer insight, direction and actions designed to make progress.
Alyssa’s coaching helped me tremendously. She provided personalized and real-world strategies for helping me achieve both my personal and professional development goals. She constantly motivated me to hold fast to my values while reaching higher with my goals. I appreciated my time with Alyssa and strongly recommend her to anyone seeking inspired clarity on what they want in work and life and the practical tools and insights they’ll need to be successful.
Alyssa’s never ending dedication in our sessions shines through the computer screen. I feel the kindness in her heart and the wisdom that she shares. She has supported me to create clarity on my journey of growth and truth. Areas that I did not know existed in my mind and body have been set free.
Alyssa has the innate ability to turn complex problems into simple and actionable ideas. Although my interaction with her was brief, I gained valuable insight for my career and personal life. I would not hesitate to work with her again, if given the chance. Because of this, I hold no reservations for anyone who wants to consider Alyssa for any career advice or personal life coaching.
There is nothing like returning to a place that remains unchanged to find the ways in which you yourself have altered.