What’s coaching?

Coaching helps people find their path, purpose, passions, voice—yes, even things that don't start with “P.”

It's a partnership designed to uncover truth and creativity inside of you.

Is coaching right for me?

Coaching ushers people through transitions and catapults them forward. You might be ready for coaching if you're on the verge of:

  • Leveling up at work
  • Making a career change
  • Starting a new job, role, or company
  • Clarifying your purpose
  • Telling your story
  • Taking a leap
  • Creating home in a new place
  • Redesigning everyday rituals
  • Uncovering new possibilities
  • Seeing things differently

Whether you're staring down a fork in the road, preparing for a transition, or tending a seedling possibility, coaching helps you find your North Star and hold it in focus. The best way to find out whether it's right for you is to give it a try.

How much does it cost?

Sample sessions are free. At the end of each sample session, we outline our current rates and packages.

Meet the Coaches


Diana Kimball Berlin

Diana is a product leader and creative catalyst. She holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and trained as a Co-Active Coach at the Coaches Training Institute (CTI).

As a leadership coach, Diana works with clients to develop their self-awareness, decisiveness, and sense of purpose. Drawing on powers of observation honed as a poet and a product manager, she shines a light on the limiting patterns and unlimited potential in everyone, then asks: where do you want to go from here?

Lisa Sanchez

Lisa is a creative director and writer. She's designed for all sorts of experiences, from a self-driving car interface to films to enterprise software. Most of all, she loves designing the next right step for courageous leaders.

She's found coaching to be a delicious intersection of her passions for design thinking, storytelling, and transformation. She works with designers, technologists, and bosses to carve bold, beautiful paths toward the fuller lives, fulfilling work, and better world they imagine.