Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing, there is a field: I will meet you there. - Rumi
What Clients Are Saying
Susan A., San Francisco
In the short 6 months I've worked with Mitchell, I've had profound transformation. I was looking for guidance in a career change and life circumstances in general. He helped me achieve a sense of self-trust and confidence and feel a sense of peace and enjoyment that wasn't there before. During that process my new job actually came to me! I moved up from a juvenile stagnant position to a higher role with almost double the pay, in an environment that is fun and collaborative, where my creativity and best self can shine. Mitchell has a way of knowing exactly what to say to align perfectly with what I need in the present. I've found our work to be healing as well as encouraging and absolutely transformational.
Jennifer B., San Francisco
My life was fine, until after several events, it wasn’t. I was lost, sad and felt as if things were just off. I was one of those people who thought life coaching was for other people - definitely not for me. It was only happenstance that I discovered that Mitchell was a professional coach and I decided to take a leap of faith. We’ve been working together for a short time and already his guidance is making a profound impact on how I see myself. The work is hard, but incredibly rewarding. What makes it worthwhile is what Mitchell brings to each meeting - his unwavering support, positive outlook and belief in me. He challenges me. For the first time in a really long time I’m excited about my potential, my purpose and my future. And I have Mitchell to thank for that.
Michael B., Los Angeles
Mitchell’s first life-coaching questions to me – seemingly so obvious in retrospect – were “What are your passions?” “What makes you happily lose track of time?” “How can you bring those activities and thoughts more into your life?” Our focused conversations resulted in clearer goals and solid techniques to help me stay on course in what is unavoidably a circuitous path of change. I did succeed in bringing into my life more of that joy I was seeking. First just as pastimes and hobbies – a welcomed antidote to less satisfying activities and obligations -- and later as a vocation that is much more consistent with my values. I can honestly say that Mitchell’s guidance and participation in this process made the difference.