Tune in for an exciting episode of the Girls That Create podcast as Erin and guest career coach Kyla Martin dive into empowering girls to discover their strengths, the importance of embracing the process of creativity, and the role of fear in personal development. Hear their inspiring strategies for supporting creativity in girls, understand the concept of strength zones and how to recognize them, and learn how to overcome limiting beliefs.
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About Kyla Martin
Kyla Martin is a Career Coach and Dream Strategist who helps women and caregivers move closer to the “life they imagined.” This usually includes adding more purpose, peace, and freedom. She knows something about this topic because Martin spent 25 years in corporate America’s top companies, unknowingly helping others uncover their destiny — before finally realizing her own.
Today she owns Kyla Martin Coaching & Consulting, where she supports women in uncovering and activating their innate “whispers,” which pave the way to their dream life. Martin is a certified Life & Mindset Coach, encourager — and sometimes called a “possibility psychic.” She loves teaching her clients how to use everything they already possess to “live the life they imagined.”
Learn more about Martin and her work at kylamartinconsulting.com.
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