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GET AN ACTION PLAN

What is an Action Plan?

An Action Plan is simply that. We will meet and I will help create plan to help you get where you want to go. Each one is tailored to you and your goals. Then it is up to you to implement the plan.

Who is an Action Plan For?

Are you the King/Queen of DIY?! You love to watch how something is done and figure the rest out yourself. Maybe it is those pesky IKEA shelves or fixing your car window or learning some new software. If so, maybe this is the best solution for you.

What About The Process?

Creating an Action Plan is all about understanding where you want to go. Through a series of questions and you talking about what you’re passionate about, I will craft a plan to help you get where you want to go.

What do I do with the plan?

The point of the plan is to empower you to do it on your own at your own pace. You’re always welcome to come back for more coaching if you get stuck along the way.

What if when seeing the plan, I decide I want help?

If you get your Action Plan and realize it isn’t something you want to tackle on your own, no problem. We will move forward with regular coaching. The plan will be used at the template moving forward.

Is this just a copy and paste kind of thing?

There are key tools I use as parts of my coaching but no plan is repurposed. Every time I create a plan, I ask for God’s direction since He is the one with “plans for a good future” for you.

What if I don't like the plan?

Talk to me. Let’s get it figured out. My goal is to help you along your journey. Help me understand what you’re not pleased with and we can get it figured out.

Getting an Action Plan

During my time with Kimberly, she has lovingly pointed me towards a deeper relationship with God. She is discerning, insightful, and genuine. She creates a safe space to be vulnerable and always invites the Holy Spirit for guidance, comfort, and direction. Through working with her I’ve seen lies I believed replaced with truth, anxiety replaced with peace, and brokenness replaced with healing.

Alli H.

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