hi and hello
Welcome to my little corner of the world. My name is Jamie! I’ve never met a stranger and will engage just about anyone in friendly conversation.
I’m a ray of sunshine, a ball of energy, and a lover of people. If “all the things” was a person, I’m your girl.
I’m also stepping into a new season of my life and embracing being a Life Navigation Coach. What is that? I’m glad you asked. I take your situations and apply my 20 years of experience in problem-solving to help you stay on track with your life plans and enjoy the journey.
A life navigation coach is something similar to what I would consider a real-life, personal GPS. I’m not here to tell you what to do, but I will walk alongside you, provide alternate routes and mindsets about approaching a situation, and ensure you make it to your desired destination.
helping you help yourself
Mentorship is pivotal to long-lasting success. Reaching the proverbial top is accomplished by surrounding yourself with the right people and intentionally doing life with them. Need someone to tag along with you? Consider letting me, your Navigation Coach, walk alongside you on your journey to success.
Everyone has a story to tell and I enjoy sharing my ups and downs, wins and losses, and the ins and outs I’ve learned along my journey. Experience is a good teacher, but not sharing those experiences hinders the growth of others. Consider having me come to share and encourage as a speaker at an upcoming event.
Want to get to know me as well as get a feel for how passionate I am when it comes to helping college students navigate their college experience? Join me on the Insightful Perspectives Podcast where my college friends and I will share gems, nuggets, and keep it real with you.
need help navigating life?
Now is the time to be intentional with your life and the direction you are heading. Whether you are starting a new venture or exiting an old scene, partner with me, your personal GPS…aka Navigation Coach, and let’s make sure you stay on track.
let’s stay in touch
“Be strong enough to stand alone, smart enough to know when you need help, and brave enough to ask for it.”