“Since working with Taylor I have gained reassurance and strength in myself as a person. As a medical student it has been hard to balance academics and my mental wellbeing, but thankfully I have found a safe place to share my deepest insecurities and trials without fear of judgement.
I have learned the value of mindfulness in the business of my world. I've gained confidence in facing conflict and adversity head on. I have improved the quality of relationships in my life that mean the most to me, especially my relationship with God.
Having Taylor as a mentor, confidant, and friend has transformed my once "narrow-minded, feeling sorry for myself, win or lose" mindset to one that focuses on growth, sees failure as mere opportunity, leans in during the challenging times and more than anything places value on the effort and attitude put forward! Taylor has given me access to a sincere tribe of amazing women and it has taught me things that I will cherish and carry on with me forever. “
“Working with Taylor helped me work through anxieties surrounding choosing a career path and doing the necessary work to achieve that goal.
She was able to help me begin to access my truest self and learn how to give myself grace when things don’t work out as planned.
Through working closely with her I also noticed her joy and her patience, which has persuaded me to take time to experience and enjoy all this new path can offer me.”
Kate - Coach/Student
“Taylor has been my role model and mentor for 10 years and my coach for 4 years. Working with her empowered me to be a stronger, more authentic and outspoken leader. I wouldn’t be the woman, athlete or Marine I am today without her!”
Eli - Cpl of Marines/ NCOIC Technical Research
I have spent the last week contemplating how to put into words the last 4 years. This morning after a morning coffee session with another wife (who inspired me so much), I stood in front of the mirror assessing my growth.
I’ve become so empowered by your coaching and mentoring. I focused on my mental growth over a physical one and it’s helped me maintain a healthy mindset, even during some of the hardest times in my life. It’s also empowered me to be a stronger woman; a woman’s woman. Allowing myself to show up as I am, messy, LATE and unapologetic. It’s been refreshing.
As you know, as Marine I feel an overwhelming pressure to be perfect all the time, to be better than every one else in the room; just so I can be taken seriously. There are times when it’s difficult to drown out the haters and the trolls, and not allow myself to be triggered. Someone, somewhere will always have something to say, some judgement about you, some assumption. If there is anything I learned, you can’t control people’s opinions or actions, but you can control how you react to them.
I’ve learned to give myself a lot of grace, and it’s made me more sensitive to the struggles of other women. It also has made me open myself up more; something I find to be extremely difficult. I am, naturally a private person. I struggle internally. But allowing myself to be vulnerable has helped other women, especially Marines. And it gives me peace.