Time Management. Stress. Doubt.
It's rarely the "big" things that get people fired from a job or burn them out. It's the little things like...
>> Falling behind in paperwork and other administrative tasks
>> Making the same mistake over and again
>> Experiencing overwhelm when others seem able to manage without problems
>> Having a boss that micromanages and only focuses on errors
>> Feeling stuck in a job because of good money but little room for promotion or professional growth
These things can cause discouragement over time. However, there is hope.
You don't have to constantly second guess yourself or feel like you're playing catch up. You can learn strategies to control your environment and enhance your skills. You can learn to maximize your strengths and overcome your weaknesses.
You can identify how to love what you do every day.
This looks a bit different for every person but we will work to address these daily struggles one at a time. That may mean empowering and supporting you while you make a significant decision or career change. It may also mean evaluating your options and creating a plan of action for major life adjustments.
Perhaps you are feeling broken, resentful or burnt out as a result of your work experience. You need someone objective who can offer insight and support as you go through personal healing to ensure that prior experiences don't repeat themselves.
Whether it's the big things or little things that are making your work life difficult, we can work together and make a change in your life.
My name is Maelisa Hall. I'm a licensed psychologist, serial entrepreneur, former corporate manager and an ENFP. My passion is working with people and helping them learn the best way to accomplish their goals... especially when they feel stuck or lost.
I have specialized training in management, career counseling and ADHD. Because I enjoy thinking outside the box, I love to work with people who need a different way of completing every day tasks. People who want to use their passion for good, enjoy their work, but still be productive and make enough money to help others, take a nice vacation and provide for their family.
My own experience with ADHD has allowed me the opportunity to experience struggle and continually overcome that struggle through adaptation and flexibility. No one is perfect and I still need to adjust things along the way, but I've learned how to do this without giving up easily and without beating myself up mentally each time I go back to the "old ways."
That's why I love helping people dig in to common patterns and thoughts and then identify goals to achieve together. We keep things action-focused, very similar to coaching, but also allow room for the all important insight that leads to real change.