and I live an amazing adventure of a life!
Allow me to introduce myself!
My name is Meg
I’m a coach, best-selling author and dance-obsessed world traveler. When I’m not working with my clients, you can find me making tamales, rock climbing, lindy hopping, planning my next trip or binge watching Madame Secretary.
On this page, I’ll share more about my personal story (if you’re interested to know more about my coaching style, check out the “about coaching” section). I say this work requires open communication and intimacy, and I walk that talk. If you have any other questions about my journey, don’t hesitate to reach out to me.
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I really, really love the work I do.
Supporting individuals and teams around the globe is a joy and an honor.
Through my coaching, facilitation, virtual coworking community, retreats and online courses, I help people like you achieve sustainable success.
I am committed to seeing lasting change in my clients. Whether it's developing leadership skills that you leverage throughout your career or cultivating self-awareness that improves your personal and professional relationships moving forward, I aim for our work to have long-term impact.
My clients will tell you that partnering with me is a lot of fun. While we'll go deep and I will challenge you, we'll balance that with plenty of laughter. I believe that bringing play and joy into the journey improves our quality of life, as well as helps us stay in the game. Lifelong success is often a lifelong journey, and you become a better player all the time.
This has been my personal experience too, and I'll now share that story with you.
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I never dreamed I would become a coach.
In fact, I had no idea the coaching industry existed.
Before graduating from college, I had a very different — and crystal clear — vision for my life.
I saw myself traveling the world and teaching, dance, as well as leading trips abroad focused on cultural immersion through the arts.
While I knew exactly what I wanted, I was too terrified to go for it.
Over the next eight years, I worked many jobs I knew were not my calling and made excuses for not committing to my dream: I didn’t have the money. I didn’t have the time. I was too old. There was no way my idea could be profitable. I did not know how to run a business.
I told myself it was impossible, and I listened to other people who said the same. It felt safer to let the dream go than to try and fail.
But ignoring my calling took a toll.
I dreaded getting out of bed and going to work, had daily anxiety attacks, and felt depressed and disconnected from my authentic self.
No one knew how bad things had gotten. On the outside, I looked happy and successful. I had a job people envied. I made a good living. I traveled occasionally. But it wasn’t the life I wanted.
Knowing I was “successful,” but feeling empty inside, was deeply confusing. I tried to get help. I hired therapists, found business mentors, and talked to many people who seemed fulfilled.
Through this search, I found the coaching industry and began to immerse myself in personal development work. Within two months, I launched my first company Dance Adventures.
Within six months, I was making money as a dance instructor and DJ and experiencing significant transformation across my life: I was having deeper conversations with my loved ones, became more aware of my self-sabotages and could act despite my fears.
The result was better interpersonal relationships, more confidence, decreased anxiety, and a renewed sense of optimism about life. I finally felt able to take action that moved me toward my vision.
Inspired by these changes, I decided to become a coach. I quit my job and enrolled in an ICF-certified program. Before I knew it, I was running two companies: my dance travel business, as well as my coaching practice.
Fast forward to today. I work with amazing people around the world and continue to run retreats that almost always involve dance. I also balance my coaching with plenty of dancemaking and performances!