CEO and Founder of Fink Development
I believe that the recipe for an authentic career is the values that we care about, the interests that light us up, and the strengths that we bring to the table.
For me, running a coaching company is a perfect blend of my strengths in business, passion for psychology and communication, and my values of growth and development.
In my career, I have spent 20 years honing my strengths in helping businesses make their processes more efficient. I’m strategic, analytical, and deliberative which means I love to think big picture about a goal, analyze the details, and mitigate the risks along the way. In my company, that means I spend a lot of time thinking about how to make the challenging, non-intuitive process of finding your career, developing as a leader, or growing your business easier to navigate and less soul-crushing.
For as long as I can remember, I've had a passion for psychology and analyzing behavior, and coaching is a space where I get to apply that passion and leverage my strengths in communication to help people feel truly seen. Helping build peoples’ confidence to see their unique contributions and communicate them to the world is one of my greatest joys.
An authentic career is not a destination, it’s a continual journey of reflecting on where we are, where we want to go, and what’s holding us back from getting there. In my career, I strive to continually develop as a leader and to help others become the leaders they want to be.
I can honestly say that I am following my authentic career path and I love that I get to spend every day helping my clients do the same.