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Life Coaching has permeated culture internationally, and yet it remains rather elusive to many people. One facet of coaching I make sure to point out to those who are curious is: coaching is very goal-oriented, but identifying your true goals and hopes is often part of the work.

I believe people undeniably need feedback loops. We also have most of the answers we’ll ever need within us. But part of the human condition is to possess blind spots and subjective narratives that can hold us back from positive change.

Through coaching, I work with entrepreneurs, creatives, females, and within the realm of mental illness and substance abuse, but these are not limited client profiles for me. I seek to work with whomever I believe I can help to manage all the stimuli, demands and desires of life.

The truth is, our work is the majority of our life, and we want it to be meaningful and enjoyable. Yet, not all of my clients focus on work. Life purpose, identifying harmful patterns, life/work balance, coping mechanisms, and personal goals are major themes in the work we can do together, too. Clients set the agenda.

During this initial session, I walk you through some of my coaching modalities, and we determine what your core needs are – in concrete and clear language – so you have a mission statement to work from. You are then free to decide if coaching is just the thing you've been needing!

***Once you've checked out here, you'll receive a link to an online scheduler to choose a day and time that works best for you. If you're in the LA area, we can meet face to face at my studio. Otherwise, most sessions are conducted via phone or Skype.

I’m the other half, the other wild woman leading the Of The Wolves community. I’m also a creative director, entrepreneur, and trained life and executive coach. I’ve carved out successful marketing, content, branding and communication initiatives for clients across culture, music, innovation and technology industries for over 13 years. I’m the creator of The MiA (Made in America) Project and am certified in Executive and Organizational Coaching via Columbia University and in NLP-based life coaching and hypnotherapy.

Through my mission-based work, coaching modalities and writing contributions, I’ve been featured in The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Magazine, Apartment Therapy, Refinery29, The Chalkboard Mag, DesignSponge, FOAM, and more as well as contributed stories to Elle, LAist, HighSnobiety/Selectism and Mind Body Green.
For more information, or simply to get to know me better, visit the following URL and/or email me at micha@ofthewolves.com: http://www.continental29.com/micha/