Julie Lisabeth Gray, PCOC, PCC has worked with hundreds of professionals and students around the world since starting her practice in 2007. Her unique process naturally shifts stuck thinking and habits – without requiring more discipline or willpower.
Understanding the logic of the mind quiets extraneous thinking, leaving more space to navigate life from deeper levels of productivity, creativity, and well-being.
This understanding and relief is available to anyone willing to look in a new direction – regardless of diagnosis, life circumstances, or how deeply ingrained the habit.
A popular blogger, speaker, and author of the digital eGuides True For You Time Management Workbook, and The Backwards Way to Move Forward Today, Julie was also the co-creator of the 21 Day Time Makeover with SELF Magazine and a featured productivity expert in The Washington Post’s Time Hacks section.
Julie has appeared on numerous podcasts and blogs and presented at many regional and national conferences. Click here for more details on having Julie present to your group or appear on your podcast.
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Julie received her Professional Certified Organizer Coach training from the Institute of Applied Coaching where she is currently a graduate level coach trainer in Body-Based Coaching and Holistic Time Coaching.
She received her Professional Certified Coach designation from the International Coach Federation and holds a BBA in Management Sciences with a minor in Psychology from St. Bonaventure University in New York.
Her Three Principles training began in 2014 with an 18 month intensive program that included training with several first degree practitioners. Since 2016 she has focused her training in the Single Paradigm working directly with Keith Blevens, PhD and Valda Monroe.
Julie continues her professional development through somatic, ADHD, and principles-based coach training.
The following blog posts offer a deeper dive into my own journey of navigating my stuck habits of procrastination and anxiety and how I leverage this understanding and experience with my clients.
The best way to decide whether this approach is a good fit for you is to schedule a call with me. You will leave the conversation with clear next steps and resources – regardless of whether working together is the right decision for you at this time.