Carrie will help you identify and rediscover your strengths, equipping you for the road ahead. You will learn how to “dig deep” for new perspectives and ways of being. Together, with these insights, you will map out a plan for your path forward. Discover your why and purpose and live it! Join Carrie for an initial coaching conversation. After this initial conversation, together, you will build a plan that will give you wings!
Coaching clients experience positive transformation within their lives through building confidence.
I trust everything about Carrie, including her sensibilities. I trust Carrie, implicitly.
My life is different because of Carrie, her care and leadership gave me the courage to try new things and view myself differently.
I think I sensed from the moment I met you, that I had entered into a powerful forcefield-swept up to Planet Carrie, where one meets quite wonderful people (especially women) and one ends up becoming a better iteration of themselves.
Sometimes you have meetings that make your brain grow. My meetings with Carrie are always like that.
Carrie Johnson is a starter and brings positive energy, vision, and strategy to this world. She inspires and serves others by focusing on what is good in every person and maximizing their talents and gifts to live a full and purposeful life. She architects teams by creating psychological ownership and believes that identifying and investing in exceptional talent is a significant engine for sustainable growth. Carrie lifts and champions people to activate their own power.
Sit with Carrie to press pause and choose your path forward
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Many of us are looking for “something more”. That could be in the form of a specific set of goals, or simply an unearthed desire for change—a spark of adventure that inspires you to seek. Picture a map facing you at a park entrance. Envision the “you are here” star. It serves to orient you, to show you an elevated view of that spot in relation to your path and destination. Gaining that understanding requires perspective. How can we form that aerial perspective—in our lives and in our careers—when we are on the ground, in the thick of it? And, even if we know where we want to go, do we really feel equipped to get there?