Personal Coach on leadership for teens
Ways to contact Missy:
Missy is a wife and mom of 4 children, two of them (a son and a daughter) in their teenage years.
She and her husband Jed have been foster parents to 4 different teenagers, where they had to attend in-depth and ongoing training and certification. Some of the children had specific challenges such as autism, bipolar disorder, and depression, where Missy and Jed were able to successfully foster growth and love in the teens they helped.
Missy took a rigorous 6-month training about how we value ourselves and others and is a certified life coach specializing in overcoming and facing fear.
She has been a mentor to teenagers where she led leadership camps, and workshops, and was a speaker where she traveled to countless schools, and taught them about confidence, anti-bullying, and how to be kind.
After growing up with a brother with special needs, she took an interest in being a special education teacher and was an assistant to teaching kids with autism and developmental delays during college.
Missy not only has experience working with teens, but she has been a teenager herself where she was able to overcome anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, situational depression, several public failures, and the unexpected death of a high school boyfriend.
She learned early in life the power of being kind, leadership, and a friend to all, and how to overcome incredible obstacles..
Some examples of learning these traits include running marathons, (despite her knock knees) her first one being when she was 12 years old, being elected the Sophomore and Senior Class President, Captain of the softball and volleyball team in a 5A school district, a peer tutor for students with disabilities, and being voted Prom Queen when she had absolutely no style or name brand clothes.
These experiences taught her that success has nothing to do with looks or money, but about your character and who you are inside.
She is passionate about helping other teens reach their full potential and teaching them the things that brought her such great opportunities at an early age.
Because of her leadership roles, Missy has been to countless leadership and development week-long camps, one being from the Army National Guard Freedom Academy.
In her lifetime she has also experienced the separation of her loving parents, the death of a foster child, being the spouse of a brain cancer survivor, which included a brain injury and paralysis, and has experienced severe health challenges herself from complications from a breast implant surgery where she has learned the hard lesson of loving our bodies, and the importance of honoring what God has given us just as we are.
She has been a student and employee of Darren Hardy for 5 years, where she has received personal mentoring from him on a weekly basis, as well as access to and completion of all of his self-development programs.
HOW COACHING WORKS
FIRST - Set up one introductory appointment with a Coach and give coaching a try. See if you like it and the Claritypoint approach.
If you like it, you have a couple options:
Small Group Coaching - These groups have 4-6 women or men. The sessions are done by conference call, every other week for six months. (So you can do the program from the comfort of your home.)You spend 1.5-2 hours with your coach learning the material, having discussions and experiences together as a group. You also have daily homework in between sessions. This consists of a small reading assignment and some journal writing. Many people love the group format because they learn so much from each other and make some great friends. This is the most inexpensive way to experience coaching.
Executive Life Coaching - You can work with a coach one on one, meeting weekly to experience the Claritypoint process in it's most life changing format. You will gain rock-solid self-esteem, communication and relationship skills, time management, motivation repair, and cure your fear of failure forever. This process will be customized to fit your specific needs and schedule.