Life coaching for living and loving your busy life!

How Are You

We’re all asked this questions many times each day, and most of us answer,  “Fine,” “I’m just fine, thanks” or “Everybody is fine.” And sometimes that’s all there is to it it—you are, in fact, fine and doing well.

But that’s not always accurate. We all have struggles—physical, emotional, financial—that makes us feel trapped, uneasy, anxious, or sad, so we brush aside our worries and answer, “Fine!”

Problems and setbacks never disappear, but learning how to navigate the bumpier parts of life is key to living a happier life. The More Than Just Fine coaching model is designed to equip you with tools and practices to handle the challenges life throws at you and to feel stronger and more confident when faced with future obstacles.

So the next time you’re asked, “How are you?,” you’ll be able to  honestly answer, “Awesome,” “Fantastic,” “couldn’t be better.“

About life Coaching

Do you feel stressed, overwhelmed, or not sure of your next move? Maybe you have lost you sense of self or feel like your thoughts just keeps going in circles and your ability to find the right solution seems lost?  I can help you move through that!

Coaching is a powerful allegiance between the two of us. My goal is to help you feel equipped to take effective and focused actions towards a more balanced, fulfilled life and confidently move through the challenges that your face.

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Happy clients.

Susan G

Chicago, IL

I have had several sessions of coaching with Else, she is very attentive and a very good listener, she always asks detailed questions in order to understand my challanges and customize the perfect solutions and guidance for me. She is so easy and very pleasant to work with. I highly recommend her.


Laurie E S

Columbus, OH  2018


Thank you again for your time and coaching! I volunteered because I had an easy day, and I thought I could be helpful to you…silly me! I was the one who got the gift! Thinking about it, I don’t remember exactly what happened, but you added that something-I-needed-but-didn’t-know-what-it-was. Something changed (“shift” can be overused in my circles …but it’s a shift.. ).


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