Welcome to our next installment of #LikeABoss - where we feature people who follow their "why" and win! We are happy to present to you Dallas Sauer - owner and beauty director of Dallas Beauty Lounge in Pittsburgh, PA. She is on a mission to educate and level up other stylists, and help womxn to embrace their confidence and find their inner badass through her services and creative vision.
Have you ever noticed how you carry yourself throughout the day? Whether you're standing, sitting, walking, or talking, your body language sends out a tremendous amount of information - both to your own brain and to other people. Guest Coach Jessica Trainor investigates ways womxn can level up their confidence and take control of a room in this discussion on positive body language.
Welcome to our second #LikeABoss feature, celebrating those who go after their "why" and win! Every month, Rowan Coaching features the story of someone brave enough to ditch the shoulds and carve their own path to success. Today, we're particularly excited to introduce you to Rowan Coaching client Gaby Abrams, founder (and lead designer) of Casa Confetti Design Studio. Gaby is a lawyer-turned-mompreneur, and she knows how to #WomxnUp like a boss!
Guest Coach Jessica has been working with Lizzie Short for the past 4 months. Lizzie went from on the verge of returning to the 9-5 grind, when she sought out help to pursue her passion - acting. Lizzie is now crushing it as a working actor, and decided to share her coaching experience with us.
Guest Coach Louisa comments on flexible work situations, and offers some valuable tools for working away from a traditional work space. Find out about where she works, and how she makes it happen.
Welcome to our new feature, #LikeABoss, where we feature people who follow their "why" and win! For this installment, we are chatting with health coach, Julie Wojno. She ditched her 9-to-5 to pursue her business full-time, and is on a mission to help empower women to love their bodies, and live their most fulfilled lives.
If there’s one thing remote professionals do a lot of, it’s network. Especially if you are a remote traveler, you are constantly meeting new people and sharing what you do. So the question is: how do you help people quickly understand your business or product in a way that encourages them to engage? Many people believe the first step is developing an elevator pitch. I don't, and here's why...
Meet Jessica Trainor - a classically trained singer, voice teacher, and Career and Life Coach. She used to underpin this trifecta with a day job. But, she realized that if she kept treating her passions as a hobby (underpinned by a toxic work environment), she would not hit the goals she had for performance and teaching career. She ditched the traditional career path, hasn't looked back for almost a year, and just travelled for five weeks and worked remotely during that time. Here are some initial insights from her time away!
Say hello to Louisa Shepherd, a classically trained musician turned marketer turned non-profit director turned coach. She's somewhat of a chameleon which makes her a pro at navigating career jumps, bumps, and reinventions. I offered her a chance to share some tips for anyone trying to figure what's next, and here's what she had to say!
Why did I leave New York City, if it's so fabulous? It's simple: my growth curve was starting to wander towards flat. I mostly mastered most of the things I cared to. I am very good at simplifying processes to make lives easier - it's a skill I lend my clients on a daily basis. But my life had become too easy. Read more to learn what inspired my trip, and what I learned along the way. I'm only eight days in, and the change is already leaning towards exponential. Join me on this crazy journey!