Through experience, I have found we all need a coach or mentor in different stages in life. I am recently retired from 17 years of law enforcement wherein I primarily worked patrol. During those years, I excelled in areas of DUI and Crisis Intervention. My career was filled with great life events, and then, tragically, some of the darkest days of my life. I experienced personal health struggles related to being overweight and diabetic from alcoholism, extreme depression, loss of family, and, at many times, personal and professional doubts. Thankfully, I overcame these personal obstacles and was in the best shape of my life when I was the first officer to respond to a 911 hang-up call. Within seconds, I found myself in a gunfight for my life. Numerous bullets shattered the bones in both my legs, rendering me helpless and on a path of more than 3 years of surgeries and tests of my strength and perseverance I learned how to walk again, and eventually returned to full duty 20 months later.
As a Law Enforcement Coach, I endeavor to focus on mentoring and coaching individuals to identify what holds them back so they can find a way to move forward. The ability to talk with a coach about what life events and goals will allow you to move forward. Realizing that you are not alone in your concerns is a powerful tool to empower you to the next level. Whether your reason for reaching out is to cope with stress, seeking new achievements, or just wanting to chat about life, I am here. We can create the best version of you. I can assist in developing a strong mindset for personal and or career goals.
Sometimes slowing ourselves down will speed ourselves up. I am honored to assist you all in this process as we share personal and professional.