My Story

Hi, I'm Minh Le.  I have been working as a Certified Life Coaching professional since 2014. 

 

I specialize in helping people map out their dreams and achieve their highest potential.  We are meant to grow and evolve to become our best selves.  It's my belief that when we work on our own growth, we make the world a better place. 


I have done that in my own life.  I started out my career as an International Development Specialist with the hope of making the world a better place.  My work took me to the Eurasian and Asian countries where I managed programs helping orphanages and displaced people.  When I had children, I focused my work on community activism and politics to ensure my children will grow up in a strong and prosperous nation. 

I participated in two national political conventions and served on state commission and national boards.  I am also an elected member of my town council. 

Then, I stumbled upon life coaching and I realized the greatest change comes from within.  What Rumi, the 13th-century philosopher once said:  "Yesterday I was clever so I wanted to change the world. Today, I am wise so I am changing myself" certainly applied to me.  

 

I found the coaching tools I learned and the mindfulness practices I employ have made me much more grounded, centered and joyful.  It is this sense of purpose and fulfillment and the richness in experience that I want to bring to my clients.


Let me help you find the compass to your soul’s purpose so you can live from a place of joy and fulfillment instead of stress and overwhelm.  

Together, we can break down your unconscious limiting beliefs and clear negative thought loops that keep you from being your best self. 

 

We will create habits and thinking that will serve you.  Most importantly, you will learn how to tune in to your inner guidance, which will guide you to living your best life. 

 

I take great pride in the progress and success of my clients and look forward to helping you.

 

“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”

– Lao Tze