ARE YOU SEEKING CLARITY AROUND A PARTICULAR ISSUE? A SOUNDING BOARD FOR SOME OF YOUR MORE "OUT THERE" IDEAS?
A COach is A NEUTRAL PROFESSIONAL TO HELP YOU WITH DECISION-MAKING and ACCOUNTABILITY IN ORDER TO Help You ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS.
CLICK LIFE COACHING DOES NOT PROVIDE MENTAL HEATH SERVICES. IF YOU ARE IN CRISIS, PLEASE CONTACT 911. IF YOU NEED TO TALK TO SOMEONE, CALL 1‑800‑273‑TALK (8255).
What are you working toward?
Far too many people are settled in to a life that doesn’t quite feel right even if it’s right “on paper.”
I’m Emily Pihlquist, a certified coach here to help people identify and articulate their goals, assess their possibilities and help them find the resolve to pursue their dreams – to help them figure out what they want to be now that they're all grown up.
So, please, come on in and learn a little more about Click Life Coaching.
Emily Pihlquist, Certified Coach
The mission of Click Life Coaching is to help clients harness their intuition, hone their analytical skills and challenge their ingrained beliefs to achieve clarity of purpose and to incite action toward goals.
If We Decide to Work together, we can tackle any decision-making stalemate you can think up. Can’t decide on a topic? Here are my four main areas of focus with clients.
Learning to navigate a new role after promotion? Caring for both children and aging parents? Feeling burnout creep in? Just want a little more time to breathe? Let's look at how to achieve balance.
When the thought of career change can make us quake in our boots but also shudder with joy, we may be onto something big. How do we move forward without letting fear dictate our decisions?
You don’t have to be at midlife to have an identity crisis. If you are questioning where you are in life, or lamenting the loss of a life you imagined, we can work toward finding a new path to fulfillment. You already have the answers – we just need to surface them.
Let’s look as what compels you to express your creativity and, conversely, what stops you from following through. Together we can explore issues of self-censorship, feelings of creative inadequacy and fear to get the juices flowing again.