Career Coaching

Career Goals

  • Pick your hill to die on. Map out what you want and own it.
  • Replace self-sabotage, self-doubt, and imposter syndrome with healthy self-esteem.
  • Hone your authentic interview style.
  • Find product-market fit, or ikigai, where your passion is valued.
  • Develop your authentic adaptation into your chosen niche.
  • Gain more control of your libido-economy and channel it wisely.
  • Stabilize your schedule and learn to plan ahead.
  • Learn to stop doing things that are not rewarded or represent false productivity to soothe anxiety.
  • Practice holding boundaries, especially with energy-drainers.
  • Learn to do less each day, but to do the hard things and then rest.
  • Learn to do less generic white-boarding, skill-building, research, and rehearsal and more deliberate work that moves you forward.
  • Learn to stop crumpling, to say “no,” and to stand up for what you need to do good long-term work.
  • Become valuable, get evidence, and ask for what you’re worth.
  • Practice taking risks in robust vulnerability.
  • Learn to delegate, cooperate, and depend on others.
  • Overcome social anxiety to build meaningful long relationships.
  • Develop full-body listening and get the bigger picture.
  • Learn to schedule rest and exercise for long-term progression.
  • Discover how your attachment style shapes your work relationships and develop more earned security, trust and differentiation.
  • Build identity-based habits that shape who you become.
  • Learn to think in terms of systems, networks, and institutions.
  • Get help identifying a professional community that has already solved many of your problems.


  • Clear achievable career goals
  • Less imposter syndrome
  • Authentic career identity
  • Less social anxiety
  • More meaningful work relationships
  • More able to ask for help, compensation, boundaries
  • More able to take risks and be vulnerable
  • Better self-care
  • Better alignment to systems
  • Virtuous cycle of improvements
  • Long-term, healthy mindset

Financial Goals

  • Mo’ money, mo’ solutions.
  • Stop stressing and feeling hopeless about money and start doing things to put yourself on track.
  • Identify and overcome money blocks. E.g. why don’t YOU deserve to be well off? Are you limited by your parents’ beliefs? Do you fear greed? Do you have rationalizations over why you don’t have or don’t need money? Is not having money causing underground resentment? Do you get overwhelmed and avoid thinking about money? Do you meet emotional needs by spending money and then feel guilty? Are social justice, integrity and success really incompatible? Would it be possible to thrive and build loving community that brings others up? Are there career options you haven’t considered?
  • Align to financial realities. E.g., which careers have reasonable compensation? What steps are required to move to a higher paying role? How many widgets or hours would you have to sell to live off this? What are people actually prepared to pay for?
  • Get clear-headed and think through how you can become valuable and get rewarded for it.
  • Discover frameworks, such as sex-and-cash and one-for-me-one-for-you that help to pay bills while keeping the dream alive.
  • Develop an abundance mentality over scarcity thinking.
  • Start actively working toward financial independence.

I am not a financial adviser or registered investment adviser and Coaching is not financial advice or psychotherapy.


  • Clear achievable financial goals
  • Less self-sabotage, guilt, shame, and unconscious blocks
  • More alignment of personal energy and fewer leaks
  • Positive/hero narrative over problem/victim narrative
  • Movement and small wins
  • Positive identification around building wealth