Whether financial or emotional, there isn’t a person today, who hasn’t been impacted by the Coronavirus. From employees to entrepreneurs and large corporations to small businesses, it’s so easy to let crisis fuel fear. People are understandably concerned about money, security, health and safety. As a career coach who specializes in helping clients from Scottsdale to Phoenix find their soul purpose, I’m challenging them to use this crisis towards their benefit and turn inward. While I am in no way minimizing this affects of this pandemic, I also think its important to not let this crisis paralyze the personal growth
Kim Page is a psychotherapist in Scottsdale, AZ with a gift of helping clients uncover what their natural gifts and talents are to discover their life purpose.
Many executives come into my Scottsdale office as high achieving top performers, who have lost their mojo in their career. I’m here to tell you it’s okay! It’s extremely common to hit a phase in your career where you feel totally disconnected from what has made you successful in the past. Actually, to be honest, the number one reason my phone rings is to help successful professionals find their mojo again and move up the corporate ladder! Although every career and individual is unique, life has a way of burying all of us. Especially top performers! If you are a
As much as we try to deny it, we all have an inner saboteur. It’s a part of yourself that is resistant to opportunity, whether it be positive or negative. It reflects fear about taking responsibility and staying onto your path and turns many situations into survival fear. Your inner saboteur is the loud roar or whiny voice that gets in your way when you’re trying to make changes. Many of my clients, in Scottsdale, Arizona, are unaware of their inner saboteur. They ultimately end up doubting, challenging and questioning the life or career path they are heading, only to