Most working women later in career or business seek more purpose at work, which improves wellbeing and health. New research shows EQ and mindfulness are key to manifesting your purpose with intention. VIP private coaching helps you reveal and embody your strengths as a leader, long hidden underneath others expectations, self-doubt and fear of not fitting in. Coaching helps you go from disengaged to passionate – with your own meaningful action plan (MAP). Contact Kelley Connors to schedule a FREE call and take a self-assessment with her.
Are you ready to view your self-limiting beliefs and re-write your story to re-advance your life’s work? In a safe and relaxing space, tune into and align with your gifts and strengths and feel your purpose for your life’s work. Join like-minded working women for a weekend or a day in a beautiful light-filled space for clarity, courage and connection. Our next retreat to re-advance is Oct 27-29, 2017 on Martha’s Vineyard. Sign up here for more information on future events and retreats.
Are you ready to be audacious, bold and go forward with your authentic personal brand? Value is in the eyes of the beholder, key to sustaining your life’s work. Boost your brand value to live well and sustain your purpose and passion with communications that you both aspire to and can support every day.
“Kelley is so down to earth, funny and smart and clearly has a gift for doing this kind of work and facilitating it. I’m looking forward to the next retreat.” — Deb W, Writer, Artist
“This was one of the best retreats I’ve ever been to. Kelley makes the retreat a transformative experience. ” – Jamie K. Paralegal, Publisher
“I’ve known Kelley’s work for a decade, and she’s tirelessly committed to advancing public health, especially women’s health in midlife. I have seen her apply her branding and communication skills in creative ways to engage both consumers and healthcare professionals for better health and wellbeing. I highly recommend her to any healthcare or wellness organization
— Michelle Segar, MPH, PhD, Director at University of Michigan’s Sport, Health, and Activity Research and Policy (SHARP)