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“Any time a friend or a colleague tells me that they feel stuck, that they aren’t sure what they want to do next in their career, that they aren’t getting what they want out of life, I say, “Let me tell you about Lindsey Lathrop…” Lindsey helped me to find clarity and focus, and to kick my self-limiting beliefs to the curb. I am thriving in my career today because I know my strengths, I embrace my weaknesses, and, most importantly, I know how to get out of my own way. Lindsey is great at asking probing questions to get at the heart of what’s holding you back. She challenges her clients to face their fears and take calculated risks. She will compassionately hold you accountable to the promises you make to yourself because she wants to see you thrive in work + in life as much as you do.”
“Lindsey worked her magic to help me realize I needed to leap out of my comfort zone – a job of 11 years with great pay and benefits but little room to meet my professional goals – and leap into creating my own consulting practice. She held the emotional space (huge!) and offered the practical know-how on how to make this transition while helping me stay true to myself.”
“I worked with Lindsey on my Personal Training business. I’ve been training for 7 years and within 3 months Lindsey and I had a professional website up and running. She worked with me to create actionable tasks each week and I felt empowered to grow my business for the first time in years! Through the process I rediscovered my love for writing while working on blogs for the website. As a female entrepreneur I sometimes lacked confidence in my ability to do more and Lindsey helped me feel like I could and deserved to be successful. I recommend her to anyone that feels stuck in their career or needs some accountability with their business. It was the best investment I’ve made in my business.”