Beth Meininger, PCC
truth, harmony, and purpose. If these words resonate with you,
you may be the ideal client for Beth and Coaching Journeys, LLC.
These are the core values upon which Coaching Journeys, LLC was
Beth Meininger, founder of Coaching Journeys, LLC, is a business
and personal life coach from Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Her passion
is in assisting individuals to reconnect with the many resources
they have both outside of self and within. Connections might be
made to dreams, the authentic self, life purpose, career possibilities,
personal passions, knowledge, facts, people, outdoor adventure,
and much more. Creating connections through expert question asking
is vital to sustain a healthy, vibrant and fulfilling life.
In addition to growing up in the retail sporting goods business,
she enjoyed 15 years as a very successful REALTOR®, gracefully
handling complex multi-million dollar transactions. She also leads
workshops and has been teaching the VITA Personal Decision-Making
(PDM) program for 13 years. She is a 1999 graduate of CoachU and
is certified by the International Coach Federation - the most
highly recognized and credible source for coaching certification
in the world. She continues to be deeply committed to life-long
learning and developing herself professionally.
few of Beth's life experiences include: living with Alaskan Inupiats,
working with wolves, hiking the Inca Trail in Peru, teaching decision-making
skills to men and women in prison, whitewater kayaking through
the Grand Canyon, and initiating a complete recovery from a life
threatening illness. She is an ACA certified Whitewater Kayak
Instructor and is enjoying working with Coach Linda Weinberger
on River Journeys!
As for Beth's coaching - it is customized to your specific needs.
She can use a formal program of which there are numerous options,
or it can be situational, from session to session. She always
recommends one trial session free of charge so that both coach
and client can find out if they might be a good match. Then
as she would say, "listen to your inner wisdom."