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career coaching

Finding your way to a truly meaningful career

I serve people who want to make a career transition. Whether you don’t know what’s next—or you are too scared to make the leap—I can help.

Why I’m Qualified to Guide You Through Your Career Transition

I know a few things about career transitions. I made two before I turned 50.

Over a decade into my business career, I knew it wasn’t working for me. I cared less about promotions, revenue, and profits than deep, honest conversations and helping people reach their goals.

I decided to become a psychotherapist, but when I did, I still held onto my business job. I was shackled to an uninspiring career for one reason: I was too scared to let go of a steady paycheck and benefits.

I’d considered becoming a professional coach to blend my knowledge of human behavior and psychology with my business acumen. It was time to do something about it. I founded Jill Sammak Coaching and Consulting, LLC and kissed my 9-to-5 goodbye for good.

Want to do the same? Schedule a discovery call.

This is how we do it:

An initial coaching package includes twelve, weekly (or bi-weekly), 45-minute sessions and costs $4,000.
Here’s how we get started:

Step 1:

You’ll submit a short form answering a few questions about what’s going on for you.

Step 2:

We’ll schedule a discovery call to talk through your goals, and whether I’m a good fit to help you meet them.

Step 3:

If you decide to move forward, I’ll send a simple, two-page coaching agreement for your signature and an invoice for payment, and we’ll confirm our meeting schedule.

Step 4:

We’ll embark on our initial coaching engagement designed to help you reach your goals.

Step 5:

Upon completing the initial engagement, we’ll assess where you are, and if you want to continue, take a break, or test the waters on your own.

“We must make the goal conform to the individual rather than make the individual conform to the goal.”

–Hunter S. Thompson