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Red Bank, NJ – We all experience challenges in our lives: in our relationships; our finances; our health. For small business owners those challenges are only further exacerbated by their responsibilities to the business. Small business owners often invest so much of themselves into their business; it can come to define their sense of self-worth.
In business as in life, while we may not always have control over what happens to us, we can always control the decisions we make and how we choose to face our obstacles. Our challenges can’t define us unless we allow them to.
Elizabeth Waterbury is an esteemed expert in the field of professional development. Though her consulting engineering firm E.M. Waterbury & Associates is among the most respected in the region, Elizabeth continues to give back by offering mentorship and coaching services to individuals looking to balance their personal life with their professional responsibilities.
“The only way to make a change in our world is to change ourselves,” says Elizabeth, “but you can’t change yourself if you don’t know yourself. My goal is to guide them toward embracing change by opening their eyes to different perspectives and offer them support as they make small steps toward a path that’s right for them.”
According to Elizabeth, fear is “false evidence appearing real.’” If we allow our challenges to overwhelm us, indecision becomes its own decision. It becomes self-fulfilling prophecy.
“There are so many factors that are so far out of our control,” says Elizabeth. “We can only do the best we can do and make our decisions from there.”
Through both her individual coaching sessions and highly motivational seminars and workshops, Elizabeth provides her clients with the tools they need to embrace change and successfully navigate periods of transition.
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