Ed Eisenberg Gallatin, Tennessee
Retirement Coach, Life Coach, Leadership Coach
BA, CPC, ELI-MP
- Gallatin, Tennessee 37066
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- Hourly Rate: $75 to $125 US Dollars
- Gender: Male
- Training: Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC)
After accepting an early retirement offer from my Corporate position, I spent awhile reflecting on how to best spend my time. What I discovered was that the 30+ years I’d spent successfully leading, developing, and coaching others in a corporate environment made the shift into professional coaching a smooth and natural one!
My expertise includes Transition Coaching, which I define as helping people navigate between phases of life and/or life’s opportunities, and to move forward with confidence, excitement, and reduced stress caused by change or the unknown. A specialty within this field is retirement. The retirement landscape continues to change from a cultural and sociological point of view; however, many are merely concerned with saving “enough money”. I work with pre- and post-retirement clients to help them find their “New True North”—to discover their purpose and to find (or rekindle) the passions that bring them joy.
This is accomplished, in part, by helping a client identify his/her attitude, and by determining his/her personal values & core strengths so that we can make slight adjustments that create possibilities they never imagined.
Additional expertise includes:
Delivering the Energy Leadership™ Index Assessment: This unique assessment provides insights into the attitude with which one sees the world. The Assessment can be completed online and is followed by a debrief/coaching session. As an ELI Master Practitioner, I help clients tap into energy that invigorates rather than drains them!
Mindset Coaching: Personal Coaching focused on identifying the filters through which the client sees the world and reducing the impact of attitudes/mindsets that are of little/no value in their present life.
If you’re stuck—or just looking for more joy in the journey—I’d be happy to discuss how I can help.
2 reviews (1 verified) (5.0)
I'm full of ideas, perhaps too many, and I could have spent years filled with uncertainty about whether I'm spending my life the "right" way. So, I consulted Ed, who has expertise in guiding people with retirement, a huge shift in lifestyle. You can learn from books but you'll have to wade through hundreds of pages to find the information that's useful and relevant for you, and much will be a distraction. Same goes for videos. You can learn from friends and family, but that'll their own personal agendas that bias the advice they'll share with you. You can learn from elders, but they too will have biases based on their own story and regrets. What Ed gave me was unbiased and targeted advice. He never told me what to do or not do. Rather, he suggested perspectives. The coaching felt complete after just 4 sessions. He listened acutely to where I was at, what I was doing, what I had done and want to do, quickly gained insight into my personality and values, and connected these with his vast experiences helping others to deliver insight that helped shape and sharpen my thoughts. Ed used questioning, penetration and exercises to guide me along. At my next crossroads, I'll be talking with Ed again. I can recommend Ed to any thinking person who needs a catalyst for finding direction.Ozy Abram
Before coaching with Ed, I had hit a hard plateau with my career. Working with Ed enabled me to create an actionable plan for necessary progress. The coaching process was surprisingly easy and interesting. The most valuable tool that I took away from working with Ed was the power of perspective and learning how slight shifts in thought patterns and approaches to the world around you can affect lasting changes. I now feel that I better understand the direction I am taking.Joe Vespucci
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