Desire Into Destiny
This is not your usual coaching. I am not going to tell you how to get a new job or write that book or set the world on fire, although that might be the result. It’s a glow you’d like to know. It is a spotlight on YOU…finding your voice, following your dreams. It’s about lighting that fire that lives inside you to live a more joyful, fulfilling life.This is about permission to take the risk and live the life you were meant to liveIf you’re curious about what it takes to live this kind of life, let’s talk!

What people are saying about coaching with Karen Fitzgerald…

“Karen is an excellent coach and a leader in living a life based on your desires. She has had extensive training inside and outside The School of Womanly Arts, and any woman would benefit from working with her.”
Regena Thomashauer, bestselling author and founder of The School Of Womanly Arts

“Karen’s commitment to seeing women shine is unparalleled. Coaching with Karen helped me reach deep into the well of my potential and helped me see my gifts in a way that no one else done before. She takes a strong stand for women living their desires and her guidance has helped me stay true to myself, my talents and my purpose.”
Kitty Cavalier, author of “Sacred Seduction – A Guidebook, Memoir and Tribute to the Art Of Seduction

“Karen is a powerful coach.  She guides you excavate that big dream in life that’s buried and to focus on what is really important. She helped me to re-frame and own my story…to acknowledge the greatness within and to identify fears that were holding me back from pursuing my dream.”

Ken Ellis, CEO of The Soul Liberation Project

“After working with Karen, my worries disappeared. When I was invited to tell a very personal family story at an important fundraiser in front of hundreds of people, I wanted it to be sensitive but powerful. I had no idea how to do that at the time. Karen showed me the way. I felt confident and inspired as I walked onstage to deliver an emotional yet educational life story. It was a hit! I owe it all to Karen.

Mike Devlin Sr.


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