lighting the way
to
fulfilling work

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provide focus, inspiration and guidance
help you get clear on your path
create practical next steps that take you from exactly where you are to fulfilling work

Meet Aubrie

Reviews

7 months ago I came to Aubrie self diagnosing a problem and hoping she could help. The problem: after 12 years in financial sales I’d “lost the fire.” I was sure Aubrie would help me identify what caused the flame to flicker out, I would acquire new tools, and then start using said tools to get the flame going again. Instead, after about 4 weeks, I was saying out loud for the first time that I wanted out! more….

- Chad Seegmiller

“Quite the unfolding. I have so much gratitude for our work together, Aubrie! Our call really marked the beginning of a profound life shift for me. “ more….

- grey doolin

“Working with Aubrie was wonderful for a number of reasons. When I met her, I was ready to leave a job that wasn’t a fit but felt stuck and afraid to take the leap. She helped me get a handle on exiting the job with confidence, grace and composure.” more…. 

- Cynthia Lopez

Know Your Career Phase

Know Your Career Phase

“Wisdom consists in knowing one’s place in any given cycle, and what kinds of action (or restraint of action) are appropriate for that phase.” – Richard Heinberg  The natural world gives us good cues about cycles.  The change of seasons, tides and phases of the moon...

Ask Yourself the Big Questions

Ask Yourself the Big Questions

"What's my purpose in life?" "What do I want to be when I grow up?" I used to think these were THE big questions. The ones to be pursuing about career and work. Knowing my life purpose or even what I want to do 10 years from now can help set a compass for direction....

From Selling Hosiery to Finding Threads

From Selling Hosiery to Finding Threads

My first job was in retail, at a large department store.  I hoped to get placed in a department I would enjoy, or at least know something about.  I didn’t.  I was assigned to hosiery.  Disappointed, I accepted the job, needing work experience and the money. I avoided...