I’m Beth Hill Blair.
Teacher, Guide, Coach.
I do this work because I have lived through a lot of difficult times in my life. Along the way, I found and developed a lot of skills and information to deal with relentless and overwhelming needs. I’m here to offer them to you for the challenges you are encountering.
My job isn’t to fix anyone…it’s to help you discover who you are, how you operate internally and what you need to navigate the challenges of today and the future. This is deeply personal and real-world practical.
Whether you are living with ADHD, raising a child with special needs, dealing with the aftermath of a divorce or an empty nest, suffering from a loss or feel lost and alone, we will work with your immediate presenting issues. Together, we can help you to interact effectively with your internal and external needs, problems and situations (especially all those people who are challenging!).
We will create a custom combination of coaching, organizing (inside your brain and in the external environments), flexible structure and gentle accountability. All of this is designed to help you gain traction and make progress *without* pressure, “shoulds”, or “have to’s”.
Along the way, you will learn and understand how to use your values and strengths to take care of yourself and your responsibilities. I want you to feel seen, heard, loved, and accepted as you are, while at the same time finding how to gently push you to the next level.
I’ve got a full, diverse toolbox, honed by many years of learning, teaching and frontline experience. Let’s talk to see what can move you out of the churning seas to the calm shores of your life
Beth has helped me get through some pretty challenging times, as someone who has started a business on the road. She does this without all the vague buzzwords that many coaches use.. she’s the real deal and uses real, powerful language to communicate with precision.
To have someone that just gets you when you are doing something very few people are doing, usually without support, in a foregin country.. is something I don’t have precise words for. I’m just damn grateful.
She is also intuitive and very, very compassionate. As one that is both left and right-brained, I find this refreshing. I totally trust her.
“Challenges are what make life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful.”
– Joshua J. Marine