After her partner died from cancer, Kim wasn’t sure what to do next with her life. She’d spent so much of her time as a caregiver that she hadn’t really thought about what she wanted to do, who she wanted to be, or the life she wanted to live after.
That’s where I came in – a voice to help her sort out what she wanted. She didn’t need help processing the grief, which is usually something I help my clients with. Instead, she wanted help with all the other stuff.
Through our work together and from her reading of Eat, Pray, Love, Kim started her own textiles and travel company and over the years has kept it going. And now, her business includes guided tours to India and Bali, a renovated barn where she offers fairly traded goods and teaches workshops, and an online shop.
For Kim, she never would have believed the life she has now was possible, but it obviously is, as she says,
“Kimberly believes in possibilities, imagines wildly, and is solidly grounded. She completely walks her talk. Coaching with her helped me grow into my very best self, beyond my own imaginings.”