Life coach Joan Moll to speak at women’s workshop Wednesday
SUMMIT COUNTY – Joan Moll loves helping others succeed.
The longtime Summit County resident is a certified life coach and owner of Innovative Transitions, a life coaching business.
“Having a life coach is like having your own personal navigator,” she said. “I help my clients find their way – and then I help them stay on course – in life areas such as relationships, work, money and health.”
Many times, Moll even helps her clients determine which direction they wish to pursue in their lives.
“One of my clients was a bored and unchallenged stereo and speaker salesman,” Moll said. After a session with Moll, he started his own business in stereo systems consulting and now is writing a children’s book, too.
“I take great satisfaction in S others’ accomplishments,” she said.
That’s what inspired Moll to conduct a workshop for the Summit County Women’s Center Wednesday.
Life coaching has become particularly popular during the recent economic downturn and resulting layoffs, she said. Many going through midlife crises also find it a helpful tool to regain satisfaction in their lives.
At Wednesday’s workshop, women “will get to experience first-hand some life coaching tools designed to move them toward more fulfillment and balance in their lives,” Moll said. “Most people don’t even have the time to even consider S how their lives can be more satisfying.”
The hour-long workshop will be interactive and fun, she said. By the time it’s over, attendees will have the tools and confidence to make the first step toward goals they desire.
“The workshop will benefit women who are trying to reconnect with what they love and want in their lives, (and) women who are just trying to figure out how they can schedule an extra workout or hot bath during their busy week,” Moll said.
The workshop is the second of a series offered by the women’s center and co-hosted by Borders Books in Dillon. The bookstore is supplying refreshments and will provide a storyteller and activities for children of mothers attending the workshop, said Women’s Center coordinator Terri Tobey.
Wildernest Property Management is sponsoring the workshop.
Lu Snyder can be reached at (970) 668-3998, ext. 203, or firstname.lastname@example.org
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