Be Bold

Overcome your fears and jump
into the life that's waiting for you!

Be Brilliant

Feel empowered to express
yourself confidently.

Be Brave

Find the courage to stand up and speak your truth.

Set Boundaries

Learn how to set healthy boundaries
& achieve work/life balance.

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Sick of the status quo? Sign up here to begin your coaching journey towards a more bold, balanced and brave life!

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Free Discovery Session

Ready to become brave? Sign up for a free discovery session with me, where we will identify where you are now and explore where you want to be!

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Group Coaching & Workshops

Seeking support? Join a group of women learning to be braver in the world! Quarterly sessions with like-minded women (and men!) who bring their brilliance out by being together. Join me for my next workshop: "The Art of Communicating with Confidence" on March 24th!

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Be Bold, Brave & Empowered

I empower women to stand up and speak up for themselves in work and relationships by

  • uncovering what's blocking them from being bold and brave
  • giving them the space to try on their empowered voice and self-expression
  • co-creating the tools and techniques they can use to overcome fears and be the brave, confident and self-assured women they truly are

How?

Using coaching techniques designed to help you gain a better understanding of -and relationship to- yourself, we will explore ways you can creatively address your fears and practice or "try on" your self-assurance. We'll work on specific instances in your career and relationships where you need help standing up for yourself. Once you have practiced your empowered personal self-expression in the face of fears, together we'll develop a tool box of techniques you can use going forward to speak your truth and feel stronger and more confident, whether at work or in your personal relationships.

“We hold ourselves back in ways both big and small, by lacking self-confidence, by not raising our hands, and by pulling back when we should be leaning in. "

- Sheryl Sandberg

The Art of Communicating with Confidence (Workshop)

In our technologically driven culture, we are losing the art of interpersonal, one-on-one communication. With eyes on screens and heads bent over phones, we are feeling more and more disconnected, less and less heard and understood by each other. Once, the art of verbal communication was ubiquitous, but these practices have fallen by the wayside, leaving us tongue-tied and struggling to say what we really mean.

In this workshop, you will learn a variety of techniques to help you express yourself verbally with confidence and clarity, allowing you to engage meaningfully with the people in your life.

Register Today!

On Saturday, 3/24, we'll cover:

  • What is confidence? Qualities of a confident person
  • The importance of posture: eye contact, how to stand or sit for projecting confidence; breath and tone of voice; words to use/words to avoid
  • Identifying your Truth – what is it that needs to be said? Techniques for staying present and calm
  • Practice: opportunity to practice confident language, posture, etc.

Saturday, March 24th from 1-2:30 PM -  Register Here!

About Me

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Victoria Dzenis, CPC

Bravery over Fear

Early in my career, I thought I was “doing it right” – I was working a full-time job in a leadership role, I was in a committed relationship with an outgoing and driven guy and I had a full social schedule every weekend. Problem was, I didn’t have a clue about what I REALLY wanted. I just knew that all of this supposedly "good" stuff – the stuff I was told was “right” by my parents, peers and society at large – wasn’t working for me. I was stressed, sick and exhausted. My work environment was not supportive, my relationship was rocky and I felt like I was just “performing” with my friends, rather than having authentic relationships. A colleague referred to me as “a flower potted in dry soil in the shade.” I needed a more nourishing environment, and I needed to allow myself to grow.

But growing out of the status quo takes bravery. The first step for me was getting clear about what I wanted for myself (not what I thought others wanted for me!) Then, I had to take some risks. Breaking out of the life I thought I was supposed to be living and reaching towards the life that is right for me required self-examination, developing self-confidence and some stumbling around a bit!

Along the way, I was encouraged...

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