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Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights transformational coach Roberta Pickett

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Pioneer, CA – There are times in all our lives when something urges us to achieve something more or leap forward in a new direction.  For many people, the most difficult part is finding what that dream is. So what is your dream? What would you go after if there were no obstacles? And how do you utilize what is within you to create something new?

Roberta Pickett is a certified coach, public speaker, trainer and the founder of Roberta Pickett Coaching & Training, specializing in developing individuals to become inspired and empowered leaders. With over 20 years in management and leadership, Roberta integrates her intuition with her training and organizational leadership expertise to bring insight, integrity, and energy to her work. 

“I coach and train leaders who want to blaze an extraordinary trail of achievement and fulfillment with peace and joy,” says Roberta. “It’s so much easier when you have a support structure along the way. Athletes and performers do it all the time because they recognize how important a support structure is to utilize your full potential.”

According to Roberta, one of the most important ways a coach can support their client is to ask powerful questions that help the client to look within themselves to find their own answers and the direction to take the next step. She says when we find our own answers it’s more empowering than when someone just tells us what to do.

“People are looking for something more in their life,” says Roberta. “More balance, more fulfillment, more success, more happiness. So coaching is about being honest and direct in a loving way. As their coach, I guide them to identify their strengths, to create a vision and figure out the steps to move toward that vision. I challenge them, acknowledge them, and encourage them as they go through the process.”