Coach Julia Stewart, St. Louis, MO
You're a high-achiever who wants to enjoy meaningful success in your life and career. You know you're built for more and you're itching to to discover what it's like to finally reach your potential.
I know who you are because I've been you. At 47, I was a smart, well-educated former dancer, who owned a successful New York City personal training business. I loved my clients and the easy money I was making, but personal training wasn't my life's work. I knew I was built for more.
I was itching to reach my full potential and achieve something that mattered, but what? I was a professional in search of a profession!
Fortunately, life coaching was invented and I discovered that's what I was built for. I had been helping people for years - and that was fulfilling - but now I help them step into their own greatness and that's a blast for them and for me!
The people I coach are like you: high achievers who want to succeed doing something that matters. Some are executives, some are coaches, some are small business owners, some are housewives.
Sometimes they don't feel like high-achievers, but they all want growth, fulfillment and to give back to others in some meaningful way.
To me, my clients are like Olympic athletes, the best of the best. And like elite athletes, they need a coach in their corner to help them win. That's what I do best!
I call this Elite Coaching for High Achievers
I could call it life coaching or business coaching or executive coaching, but the truth is we'll probably work on your life as well as your career. You've got both, right?
If you think you'd like to have me in your corner, let's set up a 30-minute complimentary coaching consultation to explore your goals and whether I can help you.
To get started, just fill out the form to the left or call me at 1-877-224-2780
By the way, if you're a coach or want to become one and you're a high-achiever who doesn't have time for a long training program, then the personalized Elite Mentor Coaching for High Achievers combines personal mentor coaching, plus personalized just-in-time training at School of Coaching Mastery. Move forward exponentially with your coaching, achieve more and succeed faster.
By the way, below is my 'traditional' coaching bio:
Julia is a coach, coach trainer, and seminar leader, who uses her creativity and humor to expand people’s thinking and inspire them to work brilliantly.
She’s a former “Visionary Coach” for the world's largest coach training company, the Lead Certifier for the Thomas Leonard Coaching School, an Expert Life Coach for Fitness Magazine and a guest instructor for the University of Houston’s Executive Coaching Institute.
Julia is passionate about the power of coaching to transform the world and is committed to helping coaches forge positive change with the help of powerful coaching skills. She has a BA from Washington University in St. Louis , an MFA from Sarah Lawrence College and is a graduate of Coach U. She a founding member of the International Association of coaching (IAC), a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF), a Founding Fellow of the Institute of Coaching Professional Association (ICPA), an IAC Master Masteries Coach and a Center for Credentialing and Education (CCE) Board Certified Coach. She holds multiple positive psychology certificates, including the Certificate in Positive Psychology from the Wholebeing Institute/Kripalu School of Professional Studies.
Currently, Julia is working on her PhD in the science and philosophy of coaching at Ubiquity University.
Julia founded the School of Coaching Mastery in 2007. Our flagship program is the Certified Positive Psychology Coach® Progam, which is the first positive psychology coach training program worldwide to meet the requirements to train coaches for all three ICF certification levels: Associate Certified Coach (ACC), Professional Certified Coach (PCC), and Master Certified Coach (MCC).
You can read Julia's articles on coaching in the Coaching Blog.
Julia currently lives in suburban St. Louis, Missouri, where she stays fit by walking her dog, Penny, and by doing Yoga and Zumba. When she's not having fun with friends and family, she's learning everything she can about human behavior and how she can help her clients enjoy meaningful success.