Do you have something you want to accomplish creatively but you need your own personal cheerleader, accountability buddy and solution sensei?

Do you have something you want, or even need to bring forth but old fear-based stories are holding you back?

Are you self-editing for no other reason than because it’s what you’ve always done?

Have you answered HELL YES to any of the above questions?

Nothing changes if nothing changes.

To be ALL IN, you need to go ALL IN. (And no, this doesn’t mean Quit Your Job or Quit Playing Chauffeur To Your Kids. It just means placing ALL of your TRUST in yourself.)

What this offer is:

  • A mentoring experience.

  • A mid-life solution.

  • A chance to work with me one-on-one for four weeks.

What this offer involves:

  • An exploration of your deepest desires, expressed as an I Want statement.

  • Two hour-long Zoom calls, twice a week (times to be determined through a Welcome email and intake form.) One is an Assignment Call. One is a Progress Call.

  • Weekly Lifeline Emails as needed.

  • A Wrap-Up solidified by a Solid Plan to bring your creation forth.

  • Check-in and Guidance Sessions via email for six months post sign-up date.

What this offer is not:

  • A sobriety program (although the language of recovery does weave in and out of this experience.)

  • An offer exclusive to women age 40+ (although I will be drawing from my personal experience as a woman who transformed her life in her forties.)

  • A guarantee that you will have a finished product at the end of four weeks (although that would be nice.)

  • Another program to make you feel bad about yourself for not doing enough (this is about expansion, not contraction so if this experience makes you feel contracted in any way, this offer may not be for you right now.)

Examples of potential creative pursuits wherein you feel stuck at the starting position:

  • Starting a blog

  • Starting a podcast

  • Writing memoir

  • Writing the truth

  • Using a camera

  • Using your creative eye

  • Launching a creative business

  • Launching a dream

  • Calling yourself an artist

  • Calling yourself a writer

  • Calling yourself creative

Your long-held stories create your own personal narrative that you use as proof: I am ______ (fill in the blank), and I never will be______ (fill in the blank). The evidence is right there in your past.

Yes, those things happened but you have the power to change the narrative, starting today. Right now.

You are the one you’ve been waiting for and while that is truer than true, sometimes you need someone to remind you.

Change begets more change.

What this offer will cost you:

  • Time. Four weeks. The next offering starts the week of August 5th.

  • Commitment. We will work together a minimum of three hours a week, so show up ready for ACTION.

  • Money. This offering is $299. You are worth it. Your creative voice is ready to be heard.

If this sounds like something you would like to experience and you want to work with me, click that big pink button above. Feel free to use the contact form for any questions.

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What people are saying about Change Your Story:


Sondra’s "Change Your Story" mentoring program gave me the courage and confidence I needed to launch my health coaching business. My past efforts (education, careers, blogging, sobriety) had gotten me close to the start line many times but fear always stopped me. I was stuck and needed a new perspective. I decided to try Change Your Story because Sondra’s challenge to go ALL IN resonated with me. I also know my days of avoiding the real work would be over in the 1:1 format. Sondra’s warm, conversational approach prompted me to identify my limiting beliefs and talk through ways to handle them. Her business experience saved me time and money in setting up all the things that go into a website. And Sondra’s creative and enthusiastic spirit showed me how I can engage people in making the pursuit of health a rewarding and even enjoyable adventure. We worked together to clarify my offering, identify and understand my audience, and define my deliverables. We worked hard and had a total blast doing it!  I’ve crossed the start line and am confident I can continue for the long haul. Regardless of your story, I believe Sondra has a way to coax out the best in you. Go for it!

Jill Jung,


When Sondra asked via her newsletter if I had something I wanted to accomplish creatively, something I needed to bring forth, I immediately knew she was talking to me directly, thought a thousand things, and was overwhelmed.  And I signed up anyway, and I’m so grateful to my month-ago self that I did. Yes, I was self-editing. Yes, I was stuck doing things over and over because I’d always done them, but I was MORE stuck NOT doing things over and over because I’d always NOT done them. Working with Sondra got me unstuck. Like all good coaches, Sondra helped me break things down into little manageable tasks, but it was much much more. Like a good, reasonable friend, she helped define "manageable" by guiding me through the muck of other things that got in the way. She cleared the path and blew away the haze of indecision by offering solutions that were concrete, but also flexible, repeatable, and things that could evolve as I slowly grew into launching my site. Her expertise and experience meant that working together to “just do the thing” turned into finding things I could “just do” without all the manic overwhelm that usually had me sitting on my hands for years. I had her notes and two hours with her to work toward every week. It was a quick month, and she offered all the accountability and cheerleading and real confidence—not the performed confidence I’d been relying on—to launch my site and set my ideas free.

Marie Rounsavell,


I was in a terribly deep creative block and even doubting whether it was honest to call myself a writer. Through the weeks we spent together in her Change Your Story offering, Sondra helped me break through the block, harness the magic that lives in the intersection of inspiration and discipline, and push the boundaries of what felt safe and comfortable. The resulting piece has been called my "best yet" and I'm so proud of it for both the product and the process. More than that, I'm reinvigorated in my practice, have a ton of new ideas to work with, and am encouraged to keep going.

Emily Cornell,