Meet Jen: Life coach-meets-clutter muse

Passionate about people living on-purpose

 Aside from being a Capricorn who loves lattes? Jen savors small-town Americana experiences,  has "swim with dolphins" on her bucket list and  picks James Corden anytime the "what celeb would you invite to dinner" game comes up. Jen's pictured here with mentor, inspiration & fellow life coach Jeanne Guy. (photo: fagan.com).

Aside from being a Capricorn who loves lattes? Jen savors small-town Americana experiences,  has "swim with dolphins" on her bucket list and  picks James Corden anytime the "what celeb would you invite to dinner" game comes up. Jen's pictured here with mentor, inspiration & fellow life coach Jeanne Guy. (photo: fagan.com).

Put simply? I'm a possibility junkie. As a young  girl growing up in the Midwest, my family would regularly go to Borders (the book store - remember those?!)...where I would promptly make a beeline for one of the positive psychology sections...and, after perusing the pages, I'd ensure the books were left alphabetized by author and aligned spine-to-spine.  Fast forward to now...and after nearly 20 years of corporate experience as a brand maven and professional coach...it feels like Prune & Bloom was somehow waiting for me all along.

With the unique Prune & Bloom approach, I've woven my leadership lessons, executional expertise and personal passion together to craft the Prune & Bloom approach as a way to holistically help others achieve good old fashioned "on-purpose" living. I geek-out about helping individuals and companies re-connect with what is unique and important to them, recognize what's clouding that, and get them making moving meaningfully towards their North Star. I love nothing more then bright-eyed "a-ha" moment when someone takes the first step forward...and is reminded that we can always get unstuck and begin again.  

The dirty little secret (and best tidbit of personal trivia in my opinion)? As someone who's walked the path of starting a new season (you can read the story here), I'm right there with you - practicing what I preach, and forever reminding myself and rediscovering what it means to just take the next step. I think Lao Tzu nailed it when he said: "The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step"...and I'd love nothing more then to share what I've learned, and help you take your next step.

The easiest way to take a first step? Make it a baby-step: reach out to Jen - just to say "hi!"

 

"Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" -Mary oliver, Poet