Scott, Amherst, MA: My work with Margaret showed me
I’m a Renaissance Soul. What an energizing paradigm shift
away from my old unwanted identity of being "scattered"!
It is an expansive concept that leaves room for lots of
divergent interests and talents, yet provides me with a
framework for staying focused. For the first time I feel
the whole of my experience in all of the parts.
Bernstein, New York City: I value the time I spend
with Margaret. She is an expert at seeing possibilities
and teaching others how to combine multiple interests. I
strongly recommend her to those who have had trouble
figuring out what to do with their lives. Margaret can
Dunn, Portland, Oregon: In the two years that I've
worked with Margaret, my life has changed radically. After
many years of successful but less-than-satisfying
professional work, I am pursuing interests as diverse as
clowning and Holocaust education. Margaret has provided a
perfect blend of resource and self-exploration, support
and challenge. The work in my life has meaning that is
personal and unique to me. I couldn't be in this place
Birmingham, Annapolis MD: I have tried two other life
coaches and both were so single-goal oriented they made me
feel hopeless: we just weren’t on the same page.
Margaret’s Renaissance Soul insights and full,
personality-rich approach help me keep my many interests
deliciously in balance. She has the uncanny ability to
close in on exactly what I need during each session.
Geoffrey Court, London, England:
Although I had graduated with an MBA from a top school and
had “done well” professionally, I was getting frustrated
about my inability to find the "perfect job" for me.
Having exhausted a number of career books, career
counselors, and every online test I could find over a
period of some years, I came across a reference to
Renaissance Souls (yes, it was on a career site). Then, as
I began to talk through my experiences and hopes with
Margaret, a light began to shine. I learned I’m not an
“ugly duckling” just because I don’t neatly fitting
traditional expectations, but a “swan”, too interested in
too many things to be pigeon-holed into using just one of
my gifts. I also learned it’s in my Renaissance Soul
nature to become bored after a few years with whatever
choices I make, so I’ll have to consciously welcome future
changes! Using these insights, I’ve worked with Margaret
to define a transition path that makes sense for my
partner and me. What a different sense of purpose I have
as I get moving on the next steps of my life!