I help creative solo-preneurs take that step from working for others to working for themselves in fields such as therapy, massage, dance, yoga, coaching, non-profits, events and more!

Are you afraid of leaving your job to pursue what you really want to be doing? Are you unsure if you can make enough to live off of doing your dream? Does unstructured time make you worry you won't get anything done? Are you overwhelmed at the thought of getting a business license and the other tedious parts of running your own business? Are you drawing a blank on how to get more clients?

Together we can turn your passion into a viable business! We'll make a plan for the transition from employed to self-employed so the step is a small one and has plenty of safety nets. You'll know before that transition that you'll be able to pay your bills. You'll learn strategies for keeping yourself on track and creating the structure you need. I'll break the overwhelmingly tedious tasks down into manageable steps and guide you through the process. Using my marketing expertise, I'll provide you with tools and tips on how to make your marketing efforts return the biggest results. We'll develop a winning marketing plan that will grow your clientele.

I have nine year's experience encompassing managing a small business, supporting non-profits, corporate business consulting, and, of course, coaching creative solo-preneurs. I have a BA in Geography from Syracuse University. I am an entrepreneur myself twice over: In addition to my coaching practice, I’m co-owner of Rain City Blues, an annual blues dance event in Seattle, WA. It was lauded as extremely well organized and turned a small profit in our first year running the event.

I offer a free initial consultation session to all my clients. That's 60 minutes where we can find out if we're a good fit, and you can pick my brain for all it's worth, no strings attached. Call or email now to schedule your initial consultation!

My coaching comes in two general formats: weekly one-on-one sessions and group classes. Many of my clients take advantage of both. Depending on what you're trying to achieve for your business, one option might work better than the other. If you have any questions contact me about a free assessment session and we'll discuss what makes the most sense for your situation. 

I also have a blog, some tools available for those who throw classes, I help folks with resumes and cover letters, and I run the Growing Yoga Teachers program. I'm also happy to provide classes to groups

For any questions, don't hesitate to contact me. And to stay in touch, and get new blog posts delivered to you, use the form below to join my email newsletter.