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Well hello there! Allow me to introduce myself: I’m Jess, and welcome to the world of coaching. I’m so glad you’ve stopped by my site– now let’s get this party started!

Message to Girls

To all the girls out there who are struggling in one way or another, let me say this: I’ve been there. I get it. And I’m here to support you through it! Learn how coaching will transform your life, one action step at a time.

Message to Parents

Dear mom and dad: whether you’re in need of support for yourself or your daughter, you’ve come to the right place. Learn how coaching can shift your family from surviving to thriving!

From Paralyzed to Catalyzed

Sure, we all know that walking your talk is the only way to achieve your dreams. But what happens when you feel stuck, confused, or just plain over it??

My FREE e-book is designed to give you a straight forward guide to maximizing fulfillment, flow and connection in order to take inspired actions every day! Whether you’re an adult or a teen, this book offers a set of tangible tools and strategies that will set you up to succeed.

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My Coach Jess Blog Posts

The School Assignment from Hell

April 19th, 2016|2 Comments

A client recently told me about an upcoming school assignment and it made my blood boil. Every member of the senior class at her all-girls high school is required to “plan her wedding” — from the budget to the color scheme to the dress.

Now some of […]

The Quickest Way to Raise a Brat

March 24th, 2016|2 Comments

Lately I’ve heard story after story about teens rebelling and acting out with zero consequences. Sure there’s a lot of fighting and arguing and negotiating (which is infuriating and draining for both teens and parents), but when all is said and done the […]

The New Darwinism: Cheat or Die

February 18th, 2016|1 Comment

A client recently admitted to me that she cheats. Regularly. Copying a friend’s homework, plagiarizing a paragraph here or a sentence there, using a cell phone to stealthily Google an answer on a pop quiz… The whole shebang. Worse yet, she told me all of her […]

Millennials: Moral Advocates or Oversensitive Sissies?

January 23rd, 2016|1 Comment

People often ask me what I believe to be the biggest mistake that parents are making today. Without hesitation, my answer is always the same: parents don’t let their kids struggle.

Instead, they intervene when the going gets tough, throw down a safety net and prevent […]