Supporting you to become your confident, authentic self to live your best life, whatever that looks like for you.

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Does your inner world match your outer reality?

Let's face it...

Most of us actually have it pretty good. We have our sh!t half-assed together, and our life looks great. At least on the outside. Those parts we choose to share with the world on our social media highlight reel.  We have bought into the illusion of getting our happy ending. Of meeting Prince Charming and having the house and the career and the stuff. So, why are we still… well, frankly, kind of miserable?   

Why do we keep ourselves up at night, feeling like something is missing?

Like life is passing us by?

Are things like people-pleasing, perfectionism, needing to control, feeling burnt-out from the chase, the hustle and the grind, numbing out and tuning out, low self-esteem and poor body image, and should-ing all over yourself eating you up inside, making you deeply resent the role you think you need to play to be lovable and worthy, and keeping you from fully living this life? Is overcompensating for not feeling good enough making you feel like you don’t even know yourself anymore? 

Do you fear you’ve lost your shine?

Do you feel like your spirit has been broken?

“Beware of destination addiction– a preoccupation with the idea that happiness is in the next place, the next job and with the next partner.
Until you give up the idea that happiness if somewhere else, it will never be where you are.”
– Robert Holden, Ph.D

Consider this...

Don’t you think you might find more happiness and joy in your days if you’re living in alignment and flow with who you truly are, guided by your values, your wants and needs? That you might feel lighter and just… better? When you’re not consumed by a constant battle going on in your own head?  How much better could your life be if you connected to people on a deeper level? If you actually loved your career and felt enthused and fulfilled by your work? If you allowed yourself to be vulnerable, authentic and true to yourselves? If you accepted yourself and didn’t judge so harshly every little thing you want, say, and do? 

“Remember, you have been criticizing yourself for years and it hasn’t worked. Try approving of yourself and see what happens.”

– Louise Hay

You can feel better about yourself, and about your life.

It starts with learning your worth, choosing and committing to yourself, and imperfectly showing up.

What if you… 

  • Were confident to clearly ask for what you want and need?  
  • Felt less guilt about saying “no?” Full stop. 
  • Accept who you really are, without the need to fix yourself first? 
  • Found comfort and acceptance in the body you’re in right now? 
  • Allow yourself to relax and live in flow? 
  • Were authentically, unapologetically you? 
  • Decide that you are worthy right here, right now, and choose you?
  • Act as if you matter? And prioritize yourself accordingly? 

You are already brave enough to do all those things, too.

But you must choose to start from where you are and commit to imperfectly showing up. 

Yes, you are already that strong, independent woman…

AND you don’t have to do it all alone.

I’m here to cheer to on, to guide and support you while you implement and practice the tools that will serve you better, and to remind you of who you are in the moments that you might forget. 

Reach out, and I can help lead the way.


She also doesn’t let me beat myself up when I fail…

“Coaching with Patty has really helped me in uncovering new ideas and perspectives. She has a way of gently asking the hard questions that get your thoughts going. Then she lets you talk, or ramble, without judgement as you answer the question and generate new thoughts and ideas. She’s very supportive and holds me accountable for actions I committed to. She also doesn’t let me beat myself up when I fail to accomplish a goal in the exact way I wanted to. If you’re looking for a coach that is insightful and supportive, it’s Patty!”

– Cat Cubel

You can define your happily-ever-after on your own terms. And you are worthy of having it.

You are already complete.  

You are always enough. 

You matter. 

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