About

Chala is the person you go to if you want to jump quickly to the next level of your business potential.

For 20 years, she’s been a marketing manager at companies such as Pepsi, Pizza Hut ,Frito Lay, Diageo, Playtex and lastly BIC.

With a desire to use her sometimes painful corporate experiences to help business professionals to increase their productivity, Chala became a certified business coach with the International Coaching Federation and has a practice supporting managers who want to progress further in their goals faster than they would on their own.

Chala’s true passions are her personal choice for most adorable baby in the world, son Logan and her handy dandy dreamboat hubby Andy. Scuba diving, bootcamp workouts and her Kindle addiction also keep her busy.

Chala’s Core Values

Love & Compassion
I believe that it’s more important in business and in life to be kind rather than to be right and that regardless of station in life, everybody is truly equal. Giving is the only thing that gives me peace.

Authenticity
My clients can tell you that I speak my mind directly. It comes from a sense of ridiculousness that I feel when I encounter insincerity in any part of my personal or business life.

Honesty & Integrity
I seek and attract clients and friends who are honest and have integrity through and through. This is something that can’t be faked.

Health & Vitality
I accept that in this life I have this one body that I need to take care of so that it takes care of me and keeps me living the vital lifestyle that I enjoy.

Passion & Creativity
Without passion we are lost. The trick is to rediscover it since we all had it when we were babies. My creativity comes out of nowhere – like those moments when I’m tossing and turning or on the long drive down the 407 in a snowstorm.

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