My name is Lynda Wallace, and I love what I do.

lmw-head-shot-square-with-white-edges-200I help my clients to gain the insights, develop the skills, and take the practical steps they need to achieve greater levels of happiness, purpose and success.

I’m a Certified Positive Psychology Coach offering career coaching, life coaching, and executive coaching. I meet with local clients in my sunny office in Montclair NJ, and with clients from around the world by phone or video.

If you’re considering or making changes in your life or work, or pursuing a significant goal, I believe you’ll find that I have the successful experience and specialized expertise necessary to help you achieve your highest aspirations.

I spent twenty years as an executive with Johnson & Johnson, where I ran a $1 billion global business including Band-Aids, Neosporin, and Purell. I hold an MBA from the Wharton School, and am a certified and experienced coach. I also teach advanced coaching skills to coaches and executives, and am the author of the Amazon #1 Self-Help Best Seller A Short Course in Happiness.

I hope you’ll get in touch to schedule a complimentary consultation so we can discuss how we might approach a coaching relationship designed to help you achieve your goals.

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Getting Where You Want to Go

don't-stumble-over-things-that-are-already-behind-youby Lynda Wallace

Don’t stumble over things that are already behind you.

I think that just might be the essence of successful coaching. Good coaching focuses most of its attention not on the problems of the past but on what it will take to create a better future.

The key questions in coaching are “Where do you want to go?” and “How will you get there?”

So where do you want to go?

Since you’re visiting this page, my guess is that there’s at least one area in your life where you’d like things to be different, some aspect of your life in which you’re just not all that happy with where you are.

As you think about this area now, you may already be starting to dwell on the problem itself, or on your anger toward someone who may have contributed to it, or on what you need to “fix” about yourself if you’re ever going to get out of this mess. Try your best not to get caught up in all of that for the moment. I promise you it isn’t helping. Chances are, you’ve had all of those thoughts a thousand times before, and they haven’t helped so far. Today’s a day for trying a different approach.

Begin by asking yourself this question.

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