"Just Watch Me"

Hi, I’m Becky and as far back as I can remember, my goal was to “change the fabric of society.”

In 4th grade, I refused to say the pledge of allegiance. I felt disingenuous standing with my hand on my heart.

How could I claim “with liberty and justice for all” when I knew that our country was not fulfilling that promise for all people?

At age 10, a babysitter told me that I would grow up and forget my desire to make a difference in the world. Annoyed, I retorted with, “Just watch me.”

I support lawyers* to be highly efficient, strategic and successful so that Sexual Misconduct ends in our lifetime.

*DA’s, Legislators, Title VII and IX Investigators, Advocates, and Employment Lawyers (representing the Plaintiff)

Does
your impact
match
your
vision?

A Few Things about Becky:

Clients say they love working with me. They say I am wise, comfortable & strategic. I also bring a bit of humor to the table when I can, because life’s too short to be my-serious-self all the time. Maybe this applies to you too? 

I am a mix of certified Co-Active Coach, mentor, and consultant with 33 years of entrepreneurial experience; plus I am a survivor.

Finally, I am highly confidential. 

If you are interested, please reach out to me for a complimentary 30 minute phone call to see if we are a good match.

A Few Fun Facts:

• I was named the 2010 Business Woman of the Year by the WBOA – Women Business Owners Alliance.
• I was named one of ’25 Women to Watch’ in 2012 by WTW – Women to Watch USA.
• I’m credentialed by Co-Active (CoActive.com) where I earned my CPCC (Certified Professional Co-Active Coach). I also hold a PCC (Professionally Certified Coach) certification through the ICF (coachfederation.org).
• I’ve taken numerous other trainings and certifications, from Collaborative Law Mediation to Reiki, NVC, NLP, and I thrive as a life-long learner.
• My education was fantastic. I attended Shanti High School that taught me how to make necessary trouble and question everything in life. They even taught anti-racism training, that was 1976.
• I graduated with a Bachelor of Science from Hampshire College, that further taught me how to be a critical thinker and challenged me to never stop becoming who I am becoming. My senior thesis was: The Right to Life and The Pro-Choice Movements, what is really at stake here? Best. College. Ever. (www.Hampshire.edu)
• I traveled for 2.5 years mostly in South East Asia in my 20s with a tiny knapsack that had one change of clothes! Those experiences profoundly influenced who I am, to this day.
• Finally, I am the proud single Mom to two incredible grown adults; I happily found my true love at age 56; and I live the Northeastern America on a small farm. I love to travel, garden and dance.

What is ILMM anyhow?

If you are a progressive, activist or visionary, you don’t live your life by TGIF. Instead you live your life by ILMM, I LoveMonday Mornings.

ILMM is much more than career satisfaction.

ILMM means you have uncovered and are doing your life’s work.

You’ll know you’ve arrived at ILMM when you wake up and Joyfully get out of bed. 

It’s when you feel Alive, Purposeful and Determined, without self-judgement. You feel pretty fearless, or scared about really doing your life’s work, but you do ‘it’ anyway.

You feel Energized & Engaged with Life!!! You have Endless Energy. And, you aren’t burning the candle at both ends until retirement.

You get that being more of who you are, this will make your life easier and this will increase your impact in the world, making the world a more just and fair place for all people. 

And isn’t that the point of life. To suck the marrow out of life? To do what you came here on earth to do? As Wayne Dyer said, Don’t die with your music still inside you.”