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Clarity + Action + Perseverance = Results!

Hi, I’m Merideth, Executive Coach and Career Strategist, and it’s my passion to help corporate leaders, entrepreneurs, and other business professionals create satisfying and meaningful work that enriches their lives and benefits their organizations.

  • Are you ready to step into your power and live up to your professional potential?
  • Are you looking for fulfilling work—work that aligns with your principles and helps you make the contribution you long for?
  • Do you crave a change, but don’t know where to start?

If you answered yes to any of the above, you’ve come to the right place.

Through my one-on-one and group coaching and consultation programs, my team and I have helped hundreds of people find success and fulfillment—both at work and in life. Whether in career transition, or looking to develop your leadership skills, my stellar team and I can help.

Using my proven coaching approach, together we determine the best techniques to help you get results based on your individual needs, learning style, and preferences.

Find out more about our coaching programs and how we can work together by scheduling a 20-minute complimentary introductory session with me. We’ll discuss your unique situation and determine the coaching package that is best for you.

Let today be the day that you take action toward your future. Career success and fulfillment are within reach—let me show you how!



On Surrender and Self-Imposed Limitations

I’m working on reaching one of the most challenging milestones in my life right now. For the past 12 years, ever since I entered the coaching field, I dreamed of the day when I would achieve the pinnacle designation of the field, the coveted Master Certified Coach Credential (MCC). Granted by the International Coach Federation, the governing body of the field of coaching, the MCC is sought by many and achieved by few. I like to think of it as “the MBA of coaching.” I have played out the fantasy of achieving this many times, opening the email…


The Secret to a Great Resume

The number one problem with resumes is they focus on a person’s past instead of their future. This may sound counterintuitive—isn’t a resume supposed to describe what you’ve done? Yes, and no. Yes, you need to describe what you’ve accomplished, but ONLY in the context of what you want to do next in your career. In other words, you must identify and highlight the projects you have worked on that you enjoyed, and leave off (as much as possible) the work that drained you. In my view, a resume’s true purpose is to convey a clear picture of…

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