Dec 30, 2020
Kathryn Ely is a former lawyer turned licensed counselor. After
going through a career rut, Kathryn didn’t think it was possible to
go back to school at 46 years old. And boy, she is glad she did.
Through pursuing higher education, Kathryn discovered more things
about herself, her mental roadblocks, and her limiting beliefs;
things that had held her back for years. Today, she helps her
clients shortcut the process so that they find out what their
values are, unstick themselves, and live a life full of imperfect
- How did Kathryn go from attorney to licensed counselor?
- Kathryn didn’t think she could go back to school again at 46
- Going back to school to study mental health was the greatest
thing Kathryn could have done. She discovered stuff about her she
didn’t know she had.
- Why did Kathryn want to be an attorney since she was in 6th
grade? What sparked that thought?
- Kathryn’s biggest fear was speaking in front of people.
- Let’s take a deeper look at anxiety and what it means.
- Kathryn had 48 years of missed opportunity. Not anymore. It’s
time to run towards the fear.
- And yes, it’s not like Kathryn has conquered this either. It’s
still hard to face her fears, but the important distinction is that
you do it anyway.
- Get in touch with what’s most important to you. Find your
- What limiting beliefs do you have about yourself and the world
- What should you be looking for when trying to hire a
- Kathryn shares how her form of coaching is different from a
- Through Kathryn’s perfectionistic tendencies, she was so
self-limiting and controlling of herself and others.
- How can people get started on their self-discovery
- We put ourselves in our own self-made cage. We put limits on
- Don’t think Kathryn can help you? Try her. Give her a call or
shoot her an email.
“It was one heck of a journey. It didn’t take long to get some
positive reinforcements. It was the greatest thing I’ve ever
“First of all, anxiety is pointing you to things that are
important to you. You don’t get nervous about things that don’t
“For me to feel good about who I am and for me to have
self-esteem and self-value that is necessary in the world, I have
to do hard things.”