TestimonialsHear from the people Karolina has helped to overcome obstacles such as stress, anxiety, and other life challenges.
“I began working with Karolina after a huge life change and after being diagnosed with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) and ADHD. I was not only in a depression, but I was socially isolating myself and had major anxiety about making new friends and trying new things. This process that Karolina uses has been very effective for me because I’m able to see a measurable difference between then and now. I currently have much less anxiety about meeting new people or trying new activities and my social isolation and thus depression has improved greatly. I’ve been able to come out of my shell and gain more confidence socially. I highly recommend Karolina and have no doubt that I’ll be able to reach the remainder of my goals.”
“When I met Karolina, I was working at a full-time corporate job that was sucking the life out of me. I was working overtime every week at something that I just wasn’t passionate about. I was also trying to build my own business and grow with a multi-level marketing company at the same time. We’ve been working together for over a year now. In that time, she has helped me find a new job that is much more aligned with what is important to me and has been giving me digestible steps to take to push me forward in my businesses. She has also supported me immensely through some pretty big personal changes in my life, including the end of an 8 year relationship with my now ex, the death of my grandmother, and the death of my own mother. A lot has happened in a year, and although certain things are still tough, I would be much worse off with Karolina’s guidance and support as a coach. Thanks, girl!”
“Before we met I was pretty absorbed in what was going wrong in my life; I didn’t have the social life I used to, I wasn’t enjoying school, and I was feeling a lot more anxiety than I was used to. I was busy too, but I didn’t’ plan everything out accordingly and I let myself get stressed over completing my goals. I felt like my bad thoughts were controlling my life…Our meetings helped me progress in several ways. For one, I have learned that I am in control of my thoughts; my thoughts do not control me. I’ve also gotten better with second guessing myself in my social life and academically…I’ve learned to confront my past, present, and future, by accepting what I can’t change and working to improve what I can.”
– Hanna, Junior High-School Student