Transitional Coaching for Women

When you're ready to take action but keep getting stuck

I love getting older! OK, maybe not all of it. Yup, the wrinkles, the pull of gravity, and the mental "what's that thingy called again?",  can be a pain. But...

 

My mom used to say that you really don't start living till you turn 60 (Of course she said that about turning 40, 50, and 70!) No matter the age,  I think she was onto something.

 

Today, there are so many possibilities open to us as we spend more time on this planet. It stirs up all sorts of questions and anxiety if we don't have a safe haven to sort it out

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Hi, I'm Sandy

My mom used to say that you really don't start living till you turn 60 (Of course she said that about turning 40, 50, and 70!) 

No matter the age,  I think she was onto something.

I got support. I talked to my old clients, I talked to my spiritual advisers and other coaches.

 

I realized that although my clients initially hired me for marketing and business help,  what they needed was a safe launching pad for their vision, passion, and what they felt called to do at this point in their lives. Hanging around on this planet for five or six decades offers a different life perspective. Life is precious and finite.

 

So I walked my talk. I put the stake in the ground, hung out with the anxiety and owned this next leg of my life.

 

Changing my title and focus from business coach to transitional coach was much harder than I realized. I was wrapped up in the word "Business". It was part of my identity. Unraveling that was the result of the three-prong program Confidence/Core/Calling I now share with my clients. It has opened up a whole new vista.  

It was messy, it was uncomfortable, it was real. 

Thus began a transitional phase of examing who I was at this stage of my life.

And I had plenty of time to agonize. What did I really want to do?

Who was I without "business" attached to my coaching practice?

Was I washed up in this town? The questions went on and on...

  • CPC, ACC ICF credentialed

  • Positive Psychology Influence

  • Neuroscience of Gratitude

  • Voice Dialog Practitioner

  • ICF pilot program: UW Bothell, King County Public Health 

  • Challenge the Imposter Syndrome with your Authenticity Code

  • Change your story, Change your business

  • How to partner with you inner critic

  • Gratitude changes your mind and business…literally

  • We are bigger than our wounds

  • 60 and wiser, female business owners…watch out

  • Challenge the Imposter Syndrome with your Authenticity Code

  • Fear- Pushes, Vision- Pulls- a seriously playful Program for 45 and wiser women

  • 60 and wiser - the magic hour in a woman's career and life".

  • "I HATE SELLING"... how's that working for you?

Credentials

Sandy is a compassionate, smart, and engaged coach. Her listening and discernment skills help identify what I cannot see on my own. My old 'stories' are transformed into a new personal vision that empowers and motivates me. An amazing coaching experience!

 ~ Karin

Self-employed

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Sandy is truly amazing at what she does! She has a way of asking the right questions to get to what is honestly and really keeping you from achieving the goals you want for yourself and your business. I highly recommend her for anyone feeling like they want to improve their success in their business!    

~ Julie Vanni

Biojunction Physical Therapy

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Sandy Stamato is the real deal. I came to Sandy with a very focused coaching need… She focused the energy so that each session moved things forward, but was also grounded in reflection and discovery. She helped me to slow down, center myself, and begin to convert stress to excitement and optimism. I attribute this to Sandy's skillful, flexible and empathetic coaching. I recommend her unreservedly. 

~ Amy

Corporate Trainer

Here's my story

Over 35 years ago, when I started my career path in advertising sales, marketing, training, and business consulting, I never imagined that I would be rounding out my career as a Transitional Coach.

 

But, as a woman who, in her past

felt like a square peg in a round

hole, what I call a  Limb Dweller , it's not too surprising.​ 

Here's what happened

I had been a marketing consultant and business coach since 2013, working with individuals and organizations. I was doing pretty well. Suddenly after a particularly busy and abundant span of work,  I found myself without any clients. Initially, I was thrilled, I needed a break. Then I started to panic. Since I started my practice I'd always had clients. 

But suddenly, I had no work...for 3 months.

This process - through direct experience- is what I'd love to share with you.

I can't wait to meet you!

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Here's what my clients have to say about my coaching. Keep scrolling for my portfolio of coaching credentials, professional background, and all the nitty-gritty.

About Sandy