“Life's Too Short for Uncomfortable Underwear: 7 Steps to Making Change" with Jill Magerman
- Explore the changes that you want to make in your life
- Realize Strategies to make sustainable changes
- Get started making changes immediately
Why do so many of us go through each day with a bra that pinches us or boxers that keep bunching up? Change is hard, even if you’re uncomfortable. Are you really uncomfortable or are you comfortable in your discomfort? How many people do you know, maybe even yourself, who are stuck in a dead end job? Everyday you go to work wishing there were a way out, but you never really take action to make a change. The job you know is familiar, you can do it with your eyes closed, and if you did the work needed to move on, it would require you to do hard, unfamiliar work. You might face rejection and be forced to get out of your comfort zone. No wonder it is just easier to stay in the comfy cozy security of what is known. By learning and choosing to incorporate these simple seven steps into your life, you will have the tools you need for making successful, sustainable changes in your career, your relationships, your life.
About the Speaker:
With an energetic and wildly creative personality Jill brings a special combination of skills and talents to her life coaching work.
While sharing her compassion and enthusiasm for life, Jill offers her clients the opportunity to explore how to live a life driven by meaningful choices. “Everything really comes down to knowing your core values and living your life based on choices you make grounded in those values.” Jill partners with highly motivated people who grow through coaching from a place of ‘stuck’ to one of journeying forward towards their dreams.
Jill is the co-founder of and coach for atrio Professional Life Coaches. As a certified life coach Jill is dedicated to working with people in transition. Whether it is a career, relationship or life stage change, Jill provides you with the tools needed for living a greater, more passionate life. When working with individuals, groups or while designing and facilitating workshops, she conveys her message with love, humor and humility.
Jill holds a bachelor’s degree in Individual and Family Studies from The Pennsylvania State University and a master’s degree from Temple University in Training and Development with an emphasis on group process. In addition, she is a trained Professional Co-active Coach from the highly acclaimed Coaches Training Institute (CTI). Jill’s education has opened doors to a diverse career path. On a daily basis as a medical social worker, Jill championed her patients and effectively listened to help meet their needs. Most recently, Jill has been the executive director of two different non-profit organizations. Volunteerism is a vital part of Jill’s life both as a participant and as a supervisor and trainer of volunteers. Jill has been invited to serve as an officer or member of several boards including being past president of the PTO and executive board member of United Parents Group. Jill is an active member of the International Coach Federation (ICF) and was elected to the executive board of her local ICF chapter, PACA, Philadelphia, Area Coaches Alliance.
As a wife for over 26 years, a mother of two fabulous sons, a daughter, and friend and in every role, connection is a central theme in Jill’s life. She prides herself in her ability to find the good in people and as a coach it is her passion to collaborate with each client to bring out their very best.
“Come play with me and discover your best life!”