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  • Writer's pictureKimberly Hambrick

Living into My Potential

It’s about time, right? Seriously, I have had an amazing career as a business consultant in the education market. I secured multi-million dollar contracts, created projects for staff to lead, and mentored staff to realize their potential.

But I have been doing this work for close to 30 years. I would love to tell you I started while still in high school, but no need to get our relationship up and running on a lie.

I was getting burned out and needed a change.

In some areas of my life, change is very difficult. Just ask the AT&T sales person when it is time for me to upgrade my phone.

In other areas, change is easy—for example, how I ventured into being my own boss. I was in a conversation at work and heard myself say “I am going to resign.”

Just like that—without a safety net or any real plan. But, it truly was one of the BEST decisions I have made.

I am using my strengths, one of which is championing others, to encourage colleagues and clients to realize their full potential; and to assist those who might be stuck personally or professionally with strategies for moving forward—even if at first by inch-worm steps.

It is truly my honor to serve my clients. I am looking forward to meeting you and hearing about how I can assist you, your team, or your organization on your path forward to success.

This is me living into my potential! Thank you for being a part of it!


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