Some coaching programs will teach you strategies and tactics that can help you build a successful business...
But few make space for you to clarify your vision and ground into what success actually looks like for you before diving straight into strategy.
SOME COACHING PROGRAMS ADDRESS HOW YOUR MINDSET IMPACTS THE WAY YOU SHOW UP AND TAKE ACTION...
Even if it means overriding your intuition and moving toward a goal that may not be right for you in the first place.
And when you’re doing personal growth work as a human outside of your business…
You’re often left on your own to figure out how to bridge the gaps between your life and business as an entrepreneur.
Inside Release & Align, we meet you at the intersection where life meets business, to help you clarify your vision, tap into your intuition, and make the shifts needed to support your whole human self AND your big ambitious goals.
Let’s get back to doing business (and life!) in a way that truly lights you up!
“Working with Ginny literally changed my life, both personally and professionally. She has an innate ability to ask the right questions, at the right time, to help give you clarity on what it is you truly desire as a business owner. Once I gained that clarity, I could make decisions more quickly and efficiently because I knew exactly the path I was taking. The work I’ve done with Ginny helped me release the things that I “thought” I was supposed to do as a service based business owner and aligned with my true desire to run my business in a way that felt sustainable and profitable. I can’t recommend working with Ginny enough, she is truly a guiding light in a sea of overwhelm!” – Brittney Lynn
“Elli’s approach to business coaching is a gold mine for women entrepreneurs. She helped me create real structure to my business with purpose at the foundation in a way that I simply haven’t seen spelled out anywhere else. I’m so much more calm now that I have a plan in place for my business that aligns with my vision, and following this approach, I’m starting to feel like a Supported CEO. – Tirra Hargrow.