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Known equally for her laughter and her cogent questions, SB is the business coach who takes a holistic view and the empowerment coach who brings the work down to earth. While her psychology degree from UNC-Greensboro and coach training from the Coach Training Alliance shaped her understanding of human behavior, her innate abilities to create cohesive pictures out of seemingly disparate parts and see people from the intersection of what is and what could be are what makes coaching with SB a particularly unique experience. From the brick ranch on a creek in Southwest Virginia that she shares with her partner, Theresa, and their pit bull pup, SB collaborates with those seeking their bigger selves and badder lives across the country and around the world.
Here's the latest from the blog.
Hidden in all the horrors of the pandemic has been some silver linings, including the way pandemic-related tweaks to our wedding scooched me off the ledge of perfectionism.
When some sneaky bugs left my ankles dotted with painfully itchy bites, I found not only time for sitting still while my legs were plastered in a baking soda paste but also another opportunity to deepen my practice of acceptance.
Our memories are also prone to our fully human imperfection.