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Welcome to Ashley Marie Coaching. I'm Ashley and I help driven ambitious individuals like you learn how to get the job you deserve so you can finally feel excited about going to work again. You will no longer have that dreadful feeling on your commute in wondering - how the hell did I get here?
I know you want to have a career you're proud of, right? You want to have the confidence and leadership ability to take a risk, but you're not sure how it will play out. Luckily for you - YOUR time is NOW. The market for talent is tight - it's important that you know how to stand out from the competition (which I'll teach you).
What Results Can You Expect?
I help women who want to take action in their professional and personal life, grow their career, and be bold to live a life they are excited about. Coaching is the tool that makes dreams, visions, and goals possible.
Then there's reality
There's so much information on what to do when you want a career change: writing resumes, interviewing, social media - it's overwhelming, confusing and frustrating. All those feelings keep getting in the way of letting you take an action because you have job security, you wonder what your family and friends will say, you already have enough on your plate with a mile-long to-do list how would you even begin to tackle your career moves.
- You are not alone
- You are capable of making this change
- Luckily you landed here because I am going to help you cut through the unknown and guide you to take a chance on yourself
For this to work you have to be accountable, focused and excited. What you need is someone who will teach you how to talk about your strengths, nail the interview, work through your leadership gaps and finally feel like you found your career match. You need to step by step plan and a guide in your corner(that’s me) because complacency doesn't look good on anyone.