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  • February 24, 2016

    What is Confidence?

    I haven’t always been confident. In grade school, I was tall, had an unusual name and hadn’t yet grown into my nose. I just wanted to be like everyone else. I had so little musical talent that I was frequently kicked out of music class for “not trying.” I had learning disabilities and was one […]

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  • February 18, 2016

    Your Ego is a Drama Queen

      After last night’s dinner, we had some extra zucchini noodles and pesto to put in the refrigerator. My husband asked me if I wanted the noodles and pesto in the same container. “Yes,” I said. “Wait, no,” I changed my mind. “Umm, actually, yeah,” I changed my mind again. I believe I changed my […]

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  • February 10, 2016

    What’s Beneath Your Mask?

    I want to see you. I want to see you shine in all your brilliance and awkwardness. I want to see you let go of perfection. I want to see you escape from the role you’ve been playing. I want to see you break free from the rules you’ve been following. I want to see […]

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  • February 3, 2016

    My Word for 2016

      I’m writing to you from a comfy chair. I’m outside–in shorts. There’s a soft breeze. Geese are calling. Swans are flapping against the water as they do a long take-off. And my home is behind me. It’s a box–a box with a bed and a small bathroom and a small kitchen. Everything is awesome. […]

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  • January 13, 2016

    What Is Confidence Coaching?

    The other day, I went into a toy store to pick up a baby shower gift. I knew exactly what I was looking for—a cuddle hedgehog I’d seen on the store’s website the previous night. After a few minutes of browsing on my own (and exercising extreme will power to not sniff any of the […]

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  • January 8, 2016

    I Want to Tell You Something

    There’s something I want to tell you. There’s something I want you to understand with every bit of your soul. And it’s in this week’s short video. Click on the image below to watch.

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  • December 31, 2015

    Permission to CTFO

    2015 is coming to a close. Maybe you’re ready for a change. Maybe you’re craving ease. Maybe you’ve been pushing all year, trying to sell your product, trying to make everything perfect, trying to get faster. Maybe you’re not finding the changes you hoped to find. Maybe it’s time to look inward. Maybe it’s time […]

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  • December 18, 2015

    Ketchup and Confidence

    My Dad used to say, “no labels on the table.” In other words, instead of putting a ketchup bottle on the table, put some ketchup in a bowl and serve it with a spoon. That way the ketchup can stand alone in its tomato-y goodness, unattached from a particular brand. Or maybe it just made […]

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  • December 10, 2015

    YOU Are Awesome!

    Last week, I ran into a friend I hadn’t seen for a while. The first thing she said to me was, “You’re beautiful!” We had a very short, very deep conversation and I left feeling lighter, free-er and definitely beautiful. Words can change someone’s day. Words can change someone’s life. YOU can change someone’s life. […]

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  • December 3, 2015

    Do All Things With Love

    Imagine a life where you never ever ever tiptoe around people. Imagine a life where you never ever ever half-ass anything. Imagine a life where you never ever ever hide. Imagine a life where you do all things with love. Watch this week’s video for gentle unicorn bitch slap about love.

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    As a coach Kelsey holds a larger space for her client; seeing their potential when it’s not always immediately evident to the individual. In holding this space Kelsey did a fantastic job of leading me to a point of clarity where breakthroughs are possible. And not only did breakthroughs occur, but I was able to access new-found confidence which laid the foundation for lasting change. Kelsey is the ideal coach for passionate people who want to play a bigger game in their lives and play a larger role in the world in which they live.
    Beth ChernoskyOwnerTransformative Wellness ME
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    kelsey@find-your-awesome.com