Sarah Brody is a life coach and founder of the Authentic Confidence Coaching Program™. Sarah empowers women who are feeling held back by self-doubt and imposter syndrome to let go of self-defeating thoughts, own their accomplishments, and approach their lives and careers with genuine confidence.
"Since working with Sarah, I feel like I have had more moments where I feel good about myself than I ever have in my life. A few months ago, I was a perfectionist and that was part of my identity, along with being an anxious person; now I see that although I struggle with these, they do not define me." -- J.G.
“I have struggled with depression, anxiety, and a keen sense that I don’t deserve to be where I am for most of my life. For me, working with Sarah has been more effective than anything else I’ve tried because her program has taught me how to change or let go of the things in my life that don’t serve me, rather than swallowing them and accepting them as ‘the way it is.’ I had more breakthroughs in my first 3 sessions with Sarah than I’ve had in years of therapy. I now feel less depressed and less anxious than I have ever felt. I have a sense of control over my life and no longer feel as if things are just happening to me. I’m learning to stand up for myself and, most important of all, to love myself." -- L.P.
You are not alone in wanting more out of life.
Google's former CEO Eric Schmidt, Bill Clinton, Oprah, and Leonardo DiCaprio have all openly talked about their life coaches. Eric Schmidt even wrote a books as a homage to his coach who recently passed.
That is how powerful good coaching can be.
Working with a coach can help you identify your subconscious roadblocks preventing you from happiness and success and help you identify what it truly means to live a life of complete satisfaction and purpose.
Wherever you are in life, coaching will help. We just don't think everyone should have to pay coaching prices ($1,500 a month or more) to achieve coaching growth and breakthroughs.
We can't become what we need to be by remaining what we are. - Oprah