Coaching Through the Lens of Positivity & Possibility in a NeuroDiverse World
Raz Coaching specializes in helping neurodivergent people with executive function challenges identify and develop their unique skills or talents that help them break through barriers that prevent them from forward movement in life and stand out in a crowd.
Do any of these resonate with you?
- Identify yourself as a high potential in the corporate world but don’t feel worthy of advancement
- Have imposter syndrome and need help creating strategies, routines, and boundaries to feel empowered
- Have received feedback that you are capable of more but feel overwhelmed
- Unable to meet your daily goals
- Underutilize your strengths and personality
- Have further educational goals
- Need accountability to get things done
- Need to develop new habits and routines
- Need work-life balance and self-care
Sometimes all it takes is a coach to guide you!
“ Michelle’s intuitive nature helps her connect at a deep level with her clients….”
Michelle Raz will provide the structure to find clarity in your goals and strategize a plan to execute your next steps while holding you accountable.
As an executive function and ADHD career coach, board-certified coach, career service specialist, and author, my specialty is working with people struggling in these areas:
I can help you see the possibility in yourself and the success you can achieve, not the failure you may have experienced.
We focus on the positive of what makes you stand out from the rest of the crowd and discover your unique transferable assets:
Life lesson experiences
Skills & Aptitude
I give you tools and strategies to work around your challenges so you can develop ways to be successful in your dream career and life journey.
Happiness + Passion+ Purpose – A step by step guide on how to nourish the patterns of your life into the job you will love and land it!
Available in Kindle and Paperback
Get back on course! As an author, career coach, and mentor, I find the information and guidance in Michelle Raz’s book to be spot-on. She emphasizes the importance of self-awareness and self-knowledge as building blocks for successful career development. She will help you answer these important questions: Who are you? What makes you tick? At the end of the day, what really matters to you? What are your needs? Your wants? (no, they are not the same). My specialty is assisting military service members and veterans in career transition and I have added Michelle’s book to my suggested (maybe even required) reading list.
Unpack the box of expectations you grew up with, and examine insightful connections between values, personality, strengths dreams and goals. You will soon begin to see pattern points to the career that best fits you.
From soul-searching discovery, to tips and tricks for networking and interviewing, the exercises and real life stories told here will empower you to find Happiness + Passion + Purpose in the ideal career for you!
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