Alex is a professional coach. She works with businesses, teams, and individuals who are actively asking the question, "what's next?" Alex helps her clients define their goals, create achievable plans, turn challenges and roadblocks into opportunities, and accomplish success. Her coaching style is direct and efficient and driven by measuring progress and outcomes. Alex's years of experience as both an executive and entrepreneur quickly become assets to her clients. Her understanding of the complicated demands of the organization, shareholders, markets, regulations, and employees enables her to provide realistic, practical support to her clients that generates rapid results. Alex loves to take on challenges and is also a competitive athlete. She personally leverages great coaching for her business and her training because she's intent on taking on big challenges and working smart to achieve her goals.
I’ve not been one to share my goals out loud. I’ve been known to not tell friends and family when I race. I’ve long held odd, superstitious thoughts about goals: …If I say them out loud, I might jinx myself. …If I tell someone they might think they’re too big or too small. […]More
If you didn’t start swimming until you were an adult, you may already know that swimming is an incredibly mysterious thing. There are so many questions in a 35 minute “form-focused” workout… Why does my swim cap sometimes fill up with air and start floating off my head? How come I can do a bunch of turns and then just […]More
I had a hint of how things were going to go, the night before, when I was copying my morning swim workout on to paper: 50 breaststroke no rest. Text to coach: Hey, coach. I don’t know how to swim breaststroke… The day didn’t start for me until well after 6:00 thanks to a crazy night of […]More
My parents will vouch for me, since I was little, I’ve always hated running out. As a kid, I strictly rationed Halloween candy to myself, so I could make it last until the following Halloween. I could make a small bag of m & m’s last a month. And I was often teased about the pride I felt […]More
The last text I read, from a triathlete friend, repeated in my thoughts. “How about you? What are you up to?” I spent some time mentally crafting my response. I thought about what I was doing at the moment – lying on a paper covered table in a softly lit room with quiet new-age music […]More