Laura M. Greenberg

Business & Life Coaching


A Hidden Advantage


Success, leadership and growth started from the inside. Everything on the outside is a reflection of your interior life. It's easy to get lost in the pain of human existence forgetting we are here to live to our fullest potential. Laura’s clients know she is a gateway to the transformation for which they are yearning.

The exponential curve looks pretty flat most of the time, it’s only when we look back we see the progress. It’s nearly impossible to see how much you’ve accomplished which is why it’s so important to have a coach reflect that back to you.

Then there’s the turning point where the curve goes up drastically. You’re at that point. That’s when you’re ready for one-on-one personal coaching.

The most successful people in the world have a secret weapon – a personal coach to tell them what they don’t want to hear, to open them up to insights that change the way they think, to push them out of their comfort zone, to give them an edge on their competitors, and to have success start from the inside and work its way out so it’s filled with purpose. Want some of that?

We explore your life like detectives, letting no stone go unturned. We use clues from your past, intuition information from the present and your future goals and dreams to formulate a unique program designed precisely for who you want to be, what you want to have. You learn to live into that space, to be that person NOW. Laura holds the vision for you, she settles for nothing less that TRUTH of who you BE.

The bumps along the way, the expansion and contraction, the tears, the triumphs – you’re not alone when you’re working intimately with Laura. She has worked with clients on creating dream careers, leaving or entering beautiful relationships, moving through gripping fear to accomplish goals long forgotten.

Due to the intimate nature of these relationships, Laura works with only a few one-on-one coaching clients at a time.

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"The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it."