Bri Zackery Reno, Nevada
Life Coach, Career Coach, Spirituality Coach
Integrative Wellness Coach, SafeTalk
I am thankful for each one of my clients for allowing me to share their journey. My training involves revealing fears within my clients mental, emotional, physical or spiritual aspects. I utilize goal driven and in-depth techniques, to guide the client to dig deep. Coupled with my background in Human Resources, I have the proficiency to lead clients to success. Having worked in the motion picture and television industry for over ten years, my industry knowledge has helped writers, actors and producers achieve their professional goals. Whether you need to practice a pitch or role play a job interview, I know what it takes. I have been exactly where you are.
When you identify negative issues from past experiences (personal or professional) you will achieve any goal. Having personally used these methods for my wellness lifestyle, I completely understand how to use these strategies will help clients reach their individual goals. This helps me construct a game plan for success. Very much like a bank account, what a client puts into the gameplay, is what they will yield for the outcome.
Life creates challenges every day. With the correct tools, everyone can maintain wellness and happiness. Your success is my success.
Have you ever desired to achieve a level of clarity that generates a reaction similar to James Brown's 1965 introduction of "I Got You (I Feel Good)"? Choose to invest in Bri Zackery and you may come dangerously close to meeting that goal. Prior to coaching from Bri, my literary musings could've easily been compared to the writing one would expect from a baboon at a typewriter. Fast forward several years later, the quality of my work has evolved from predictable poppycock to patisserie parfait. The analytical feedback and constructive critiques from Bri have motivated me to embark on several projects, including my first novel. My advice to anyone stuck in a creative rut is quite simple... A little less "whine", a little more "Bri"!Julius C.