At the age of 23, Stephanie had her degree, a full time job, and a long-term relationship. From the outside, she looked successful. She even felt successful. Two years later, she had the same job and was engaged so, from the outside she still looked successful. From her perspective, though, she felt like a failure. She was missing something. Wasn’t this supposed to be where happiness was? She had done everything that society said that someone in their twenties needs to do. Go to college, get a job, get the guy and eventually get married. But now, she was burnt out from her dead-end job and stuck in a toxic relationship. It took her another year of feeling like a helpless victim until she realized that she had choices. At 26, she ended her engagement 6 months before the wedding, started a business, and began the process of personal discovery. She became confident in herself once more and fell in love with the empowering realization that she was responsible for her own life and happiness- not her job, a guy, the economy, etc. Today, she coaches people through the process of change and transition in career and life. Her passion is to help other’s discover, love, and become confident in who they are and to achieve the life and career of their dreams.