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Winston-Salem, NC – Are you stuck in a career you don’t enjoy anymore but afraid to move on? Without a vision for an exciting future you can’t find the fulfillment and meaning

Kathryn Dillon has been inspiring others through various professional and leadership positions as a communication consultant for more than 25 years. Today, Kathryn is a certified co-active professional coach and the founder of Dillon Consulting and Coaching, where she specializes in helping people in mid-life get clear on what they want the rest of their lives to look like.

“This is about helping people to not just survive but thrive with meaning and purpose,” says Kathryn. “A lot of people are living lives that don’t support their values or they want to make a change in their work life, in their relationship or other major area of their life but feel stuck in some way. Many are highly successful, but their work no longer holds any passion for them. That’s where a good coach can help you get clear on what you want and help you get there.”

Kathryn teaches her clients how to identify their strengths and use them in accordance to their values. As a coach, Kathryn takes a Positive Psychology approach that focuses on strengths rather than weaknesses, opportunities rather than limitations, and action rather than thought.

“Until Positive Psychology, psychologists were only interested in dysfunction, what’s wrong, the past, mental illness, intervention,” says Kathryn. “Positive Psychology helps you build resilience, maintain motivation and drive and search for the possibilities in and around yourself. Who doesn’t want that?”

For more information on Dillon Consulting and Coaching, visit http://www.dilloncc.com

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