I help people connect to their inner strength in order for them to grow personally and professionally. During my sessions, you'll feel warmth and unconditional support, as well as encouragement to focus and move forward.
My superpower is empathy and my expertise is business strategy. For the past 20 years, I have owned my own company which provides market research, consulting and coaching to businesses that want to grow. In addition to coaching, I've conducted many thousands of focus groups and interviews with people and have found a way to connect with them all.
"In one session with Jay, I was able to identify and create a step by step plan to help me launch my (somewhat complicated) business. He alleviated stressful ideas that I had been holding onto for years around giving up, failure, guilt and hard work. Although he is a joy to speak with, you can count on Jay to deliver honest and clear feedback whilst identifying your strengths. He is the perfect example of professionalism and vulnerability. With Jay's work you can clearly see the connection between business and passion!" -Heidi Ann Williams
"I am branching out in my personal business and have been stuck. I had the privilege to work with Jay as a coach and he helped me a great deal. He is incredibly easy to talk with and challenges you to push through areas that are holding you back. He helped me identify some things that were keeping me stuck and gave me new ways of viewing the situations. I continue to use the strategies that Jay suggested and they have helped me move my business forward. Jay is incredibly knowledgeable and kind. I would highly recommend him." -Jackie Kibler, Ph.D.
"I met Jay at a time in my life when I was navigating through many challenges, both personal and professional. He is an astute listener with the innate ability to help distill what you are really trying to say through all the noise in your head. Some important takeaways were: your gut telling you something isn't right sometimes tricks you into thinking you're "just being lazy" and that "having many ideas" isn't going to help unless you put thoughtful, actionable steps in place." -Cheri Heyse