Montclair, New Jersey – August 30, 2017 – Kelley Holland, a former business and personal finance journalist, announced the launch of her new life coaching practice – Own Your Destiny Coaching – and her new website at www.ownyourdestinycoaching.com.
After two decades reporting and editing for The New York Times, Business Week and CNBC, Kelley realized that women face unique financial challenges that can start as early as childhood and last a lifetime. Kelley’s desire to empower women and help them live fuller lives, led her to train as a life and money coach.
“People usually turn to coaching when they feel ‘stuck.’ Many of my clients have a goal they want to reach but can’t see how, or they want to make a change but can’t manage to take the first step. Coaching helps them develop clarity about their goals, confidence that they can reach them, and consistency in their progress forward,” Holland said. “My goal is to empower my clients, trusting in their ability to find the best solution for their life now.”
Kelley’s life coaching expertise coupled with her financial knowledge makes her uniquely qualified to address the financial relationships of her clients. Through one-on-one coaching and workshops, Kelley helps her clients to become capable stewards of their finances, skilled salary negotiators, fearless seekers of financial security, and sure-footed planners of the next phases in their lives.
Kelley Holland is a Positive Psychology Coach and is on track to receive an Advanced Diploma in Coaching from New York University. Kelley has a graduate business degree from the Yale School of Management and is a Chartered Financial Analyst. As the founder of Own Your Destiny Coaching, she offers one-on-one coaching and specialized workshops for women and teenage girls. Kelley helps her clients realize their true potential and change their financial lives for the better.
Sign up for a complimentary consultation at www.ownyourdestinycoaching.com.
Company Name: Own Your Destiny
Contact Person: Kelly Holland
Country: United States