Category Archives: Client Interviews

Client interviews with women I have worked with show their transformation stories and where they are after going through the Kick Ass Course together. It all starts with a free career clarity call you can book at

Kick Ass Client Interview- Jajuana Patrick & Coach Mo


When big changes happen within an organization and people get shuffled around…And responsibilities and roles change…You can find yourself in a place you didn’t consciously choose. This is what happened to my client Jajuana. Jajuana will share exactly what she did when she suddenly found herself in a role that didn’t fit her. Jajuana was a director working for a specific division of her company. But after the company went through massive changes, her role ended up changing significantly. She went from being a strategic business partner to an order taker.

You CAN get your power back.

If you want access to the best support and the best coaching for professionals who want to uplevel their careers,

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Kick Ass Client Interview- Wendy Dawson & Coach Mo


My client Wendy was VP of HR for three years. During her time there, she noticed and experienced sexism in the workplace. She was passionate about making a difference, so she decided to do something about it and made a formal complaint to the CEO on behalf of herself and 5 other women. 3 months later she was terminated.

Wendy will share exactly what she did to completely redesign her career for the better – and even forgive the CEO who fired her. And how she is now happier than she’s ever been in her career.

Why tune in? Because sexism in the workplace is alive and well.

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Kick Ass Client Interview- Rebecca Yount & Coach Mo


My client Rebecca was always an eager student as a girl. She was curious, loved learning, and sat in the front row. Throughout the years of her corporate career, she changed from that eager girl in the front row to someone who sat in the back of the class and didn’t raise her hand.

Can you relate to this? Has the eager, enthusiastic “you” gotten lost over the years?

In this interview. She’ll share how she recovered her sense of purpose and power, and completely redesigned her career to match! She’ll also share what she did when she was offered a job but wasn’t comfortable with some of the agreements they were asking her to enter into.

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Kick Ass Client Interview- Jennifer Imerini & Coach Mo


My client Jennifer relocated her whole family to Florida when she got a promotion. She was super excited to take on new responsibilities and manage two departments. But when she got there, the job wasn’t what she thought it would be. Then she got laid off during a merger acquisition. If you’ve ever taken a job and it wasn’t what you hoped it would be, or if you’ve been laid off and you’re looking for another job…Jennifer is going to share what helped her the most.

Getting laid off, or even getting promoted and realizing the job isn’t what you thought it would be can be really traumatizing.

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Kick Ass Client Interview-Angie Wilfong & Coach Mo


My client Angela was totally BLINDSIDED when her company let her go. She didn’t understand why, of all the people in her company, SHE was the one to get fired – especially since she was the one who worked the most! Do you feel like your job is safe because you work the hardest? Like Angela, you might be in for an unpleasant surprise. But never fear, my interview with Angela shared exactly what happened, what she did, and how she landed her dream job as Production Manager. In her new role, she’s closer to home, working with wonderful people, and without worrying or exhausting herself the way she did in the role she got fired from.

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Your Blind Spots Are Costing You Over $500,000 Dollars


What are your blind spots costing you?

Blind spots, by their very definition, are hard to see. Usually we don’t know what our blind spots are until someone points them out to us.

Blind spots often have to do with how you’re viewing or seeing reality. The way you see reality directly impacts how you react to life.

So how does that cost you money?

If you react to your boss, co-workers, or life circumstances through the cloudy lens of a blind spot, you usually get ignored, imposed upon, laid off or passed up for promotion. You miss out on raises and consistently receive less than you’re worth.

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Lisa’s Story: She Was Ready to Settle Forever, Then She Learned the Truth


When my client Lisa was just a little girl, an attorney came to her parents’ rescue when their farmland was threatened. To Lisa, he was like a guardian angel whose wisdom saved the day.

She was so moved by the experience that she decided to be that guardian angel for others and became a disability lawyer — a really good one.

But she was working too hard. She didn’t have control of her schedule and wasn’t making the impact she wanted.

Shortly before reaching out to us, Lisa filed for divorce. She told us she felt out of control, as though life was “happening to her.”

After our 12-week workshop,

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Cathy’s Story: Who Knew I Could Be THIS Happy at Work?


I am excited to kick off the week with a wonderful conversation with a fabulous educator, Cathy Beals, EdD. Cathy came to work with me and my team because she was experiencing the problems many women have:

  • Hitting the same roadblocks
  • Not contributing at the level I know I can
  • Unsure how to change this
  • Desiring a better life
  • After all, with a high school daughter and husband at home, she knew she wasn’t making her life the best for them either. Listen in to hear how Cathy turned it around and is now bringing her soul to work!

    Lean into her story —

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    Nadia’s Story: Overworked, Burnt Out, and Feeling “Not Enough”

    Do you ever think or feel that you’re not enough?

    This thinking/feeling pattern can be tough to identify. It starts in childhood and becomes so ingrained you hardly notice.

    But here’s how you KNOW it’s operating under the surface:

    • You work yourself to the bone but never receive the validation, promotion or financial compensation you seek.
    • Fear stops you from using your voice to advocate for yourself.
    • Your shaky boundaries allow your boss and co-workers to take advantage of your work ethic.
    • You burn out and end up with physical symptoms or chronic illness.

    My client Nadia was working 60 hours a week including overnight shifts.

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