You are a geek* (see Wiki definition below). You are a scientist, an information technology worker, an engineer or a mathematician and you are great at what you do for a living. You (we) are smarter than the average bear and we are humble too! :-) (check out our Myers-Briggs profile)
· Experiencing mid-career professional and personal crisis
· Struggling to feel connected
· Enduring professional performance anxiety and low fulfillment
· No longer enjoying a life filled with possibilities and options
· Enduring a life of frustration and resignation
· Day-Dreaming about an oh-so-much-better life
· Feeling exhausted from negative thinking
As a Georgetown trained coach, Dr. Tina helps you manifest your highest and most joyful life through her philosophy of coaching the whole person. Her unique gift is helping engineers and scientist overcome challenges by intentionally and thoughtfully changing your emotional state. Dr. Tina too has emerged from the fog of living in her head as she endured economic and professional migration, social challenges, and career transitions. An early career investment in self-awareness training afforded Dr. Tina a lifelong appreciation for the specific social and professional challenges endured by engineers and scientists. Her own career is testimony to the power of coaching.
Did you know "In NASA we have found that coaching is more effective when it is not implemented as a standalone activity hidden behind closed doors, but actually becomes a way of communicating that is shared by all. Coaching is fully leveraged when it is an integrated part of the larger learning system..." SOURCE: Frank Bresser Consulting
*Did you know? Wikipedia proposes that “the word geek is a slang term originally used to describe eccentric or non-mainstream people, with different connotations ranging from an expert or enthusiast to a person heavily interested in a hobby, with a general pejorative meaning of a peculiar or otherwise dislikable person, esp[ecially] one who is perceived to be overly intellectual.”
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