Conscious Time

consulting & coaching


courage builder

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LEADERSHIP CONSULTANT

Self-awareness

Trust

Collaboration

Courageous conflict resolution

Commitment

Accountability

Results!

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Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator

In 2011, I took a class with Brené Brown. True admiration and awe were born. Brené's research is transforming organizations, communities, and relationships. I was honored to train with her again to become a Certified Dare to  Lead™  Facilitator.

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executive Coach

Transform obstacles. 

Create new and better solutions.

Inspire others. Choose courage over comfort.


Certified with the International Coach Federation (ICF)

partners

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What are your core Values?

mine are: COURAGE & CONNECTION

I am so grateful for my family. They inspire me to be better every day.  Connection to my family, friends, community, clients, self, and something greater fills me with joy.


My husband and I met on a hiking trail in Boulder. It was total serendipity! I was supposed to be in an exercise class. He was hiking before meeting a friend. We were walking in opposite directions (with NO cell phones) but the rest is history...



Why Conscious Time?

In 2006, on the beach in Costa Rica, while reading the book The Power of Now, I envisioned a watch that could motivate you with music, words, and images. Since it could help you "wake up" and shift into a better mood, I called it Conscious Time. In 2007, the first iPhone made its appearance. Wisely, I figured that Smartphone functionality would prevail over a Smartwatch. However, the name stuck. Conscious Time still reflects  my belief that inner potential develops with willingness and conscious participation in "waking up" to new awareness and new possibility. 

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Self-awareness and Self-love Matter

Who we are is how we lead.


Self-awareness is essential for building authentic trust with our colleagues and teams. Receiving feedback about how our behavior impacts others is key. 


Self-love, an appreciation of one's own worth or virtue, should not be confused with selfishness or lead to narcissism. A foundational feeling that we are enough and worthy of love and belonging is indispensable.