The measure of a great relationship lies in it’s ability to handle breakdowns, not just in it’s ability to produce joy.
I posted this quote from Kyle King last month. Your response was overwhelming and positive so I thought I would introduce you to the woman behind these insightful words.
Since I started Moe in 2005, I’ve had a career coach. Although I didn’t click with my first one, I’ve always been a big believer in finding guidance outside of friends and family.
Kyle has been a lifesaver in these last couple of months helping Julia, Meghan, and I work through the challenges of being attached-at-the-hip friends and business partners. Let me tell you, with three strong women, it’s not easy.
Kyle is not only a career coach, but also provides insight on how to better yourself personally. I wouldn’t call her a shrink, you could I guess though. For me, she affirms my self-confidence while also explaining how to focus on myself to solve problems instead of blaming others. We all have a tendency to do it.
At this point, there are several holes I see in my life, and I’m attempting to fill them with a fresh perspective.
The best part about Kyle is that all of her workshops and discussions are done via phone for convenience in our hectic schedules.
Kyle isn’t a shoulder to cry on, she just shows you how to admire your own strength and use it to enhance your work.
I debated sharing this experience with you because you could throw it around a hundred different ways. But if I have this challenge in my life, I know some of you do too. And in the end, that’s my motivation in this blog. You get my opinion that I hope HELPS (and makes you laugh every now and then), love it or hate it, take it or leave it. Kyle is one I hope you take to heart.