Hello, my name is Stacey Zackin, aka: theCoach4you. When running a business it is important to identify your niche and know your ideal client. This has always been a struggle for me as I have such a diverse background (entertainment, business, education, non-profit) and have worked with a great variety of great people (corporate executives, therapists, artists, entrepreneurs).

  • My ideal client is not based on any particular industry, income bracket, relationship status, geographic location, or other demographic statistic.
  • My ideal client is someone who is craving more out of life, someone who wants to diminish the critical voice in their head that relentlessly says they aren’t good enough, someone who wants to feel vital and valued for who they are and what they can offer.
  • My ideal client is willing to invest time, energy, and the imagination required to tune-in to the more nurturing voice that is calling them towards their potential…the potential to experience more fulfillment, to feel more contentment, and to achieve more satisfying results.
“It’s a helluva start, being able to recognize what makes you happy.”  Lucille Ball

(1911-1989)

I enjoy learning from Stacey because she always manages to reach a beautiful balance between structure and spontaneity that enables each participant to feel ownership of the lessons they need to learn. Stacey inspires the commitment required for personal exploration and growth. She creates the time and space for the individual to take his/her personal journey and provides the necessary tools, support, and relationship(s) to succeed. Kevin Wise

Founder / Executive Coach, SCI Business Group

A Client Is…

  • Willing – You have a willingness to explore, grow, shake things up, meet challenges and celebrate successes.
  • Creative – You are fun and imaginative and eager to move beyond the predictable.
  • Respectful – You have a sense of reverence and awe for yourself and the world around you.
  • Open – You are open to receiving information, processing thoughts and expressing feelings in new ways.
  • Resilient – Living a reflective life and taking action to create positive change requires a strong spirit and tender heart.
  • Magnificent – You sense the greatness of your potential and the unlimited possibilities available to you.

“A 10% change in behavior brings about 180 degree shift in perspective which opens a whole new world of possibilities.”

Stacey Jill Zackin

“I prefer the errors of enthusiasm to the indifference of wisdom.” Anatole France

(1844-1924)

Our Goal Is…

Coaching is a creative alliance designed by you, the client, to realize your fullest potential. You already posses all the talents you need. Life coaching will provide you the immediate support and tangible tools to accelerate your success while minimizing your stress.
“Millions long for immortality who do not know what to do with themselves on a rainy Sunday afternoon.” Susan Ertz

(1894-1985)

The Client’s Objective Is…

  • Become the architect of your own life and career.
  • Enjoy the present while pursuing the future.
  • Request and direct the coach’s contribution.
  • Remain ‘coachable’ and open to possibility.
  • Embrace your values, celebrate your successes and live a life of choice.
  • Treat the coaching relationship as a partnership with commitment, honesty and respect.
“Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” Thomas Alva Edison

(1847-1931)

The Coach’s Objective Is…

  • See you as creative, resourceful and capable of creating the life you want.
  • Hear your desires and dreams even when you are unable to verbalize them.
  • Speak the hard truths and shift the attitudes that get in your way.
  • Ask a lot of you, believe in you and support you throughout your journey.
  • Help you to embrace your values, celebrate your successes and live a life of choice.
  • Treat the coaching relationship as a partnership with commitment, honesty and respect.
“Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.” James Baldwin

(1924-1987)

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