I’m a coach, a writer, a facilitator and host of circle process, and lover of conversations that matter. I believe we all have the ability to weave whatever kind of life we choose.

Jennifer Crow
Jennifer Crow

At the core is knowing yourself — what you value and where you’re going. You and I have control over many things about our lives — but mostly over how we view things, especially things that happen to us.  One of my favorite quotes is this:  “Things turn out best for the people who make the best out of how things turn out.”  Retired basketball coach John Wooden said that.  A smart man.

The coach in me lives to help clients learn a little more about themselves in hopes of providing a strong foundation for traveling through life. She also lives to help clients through the messy overwhelm of divorce, and to help children develop life skills that will see them through for a long time.

The writer in me lives to express what bubbles to the surface — the story I am living.

The conversational host and facilitator of circle process in me lives to build community and foster conversations that are deep, rich, and meaningful.

The system coach in me lives to fan the flames of relationships, which are at the heart of every system that exists — whether it’s two people or thousands, work teams or families, large organizations or small groups, businesses or non-profits.

Perhaps you’d like to explore how I can help you, your relationships, your company, or the groups you hang out with and care for.  Let’s start a conversation.

Find me at jcrowcoaching@gmail.com. Thanks for stopping by.

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2 thoughts on “About

  1. latelifejourney says:

    hi Jennifer, I saw that you had liked my “Call me Ruthy” post! Thanks! I’m now a follower of your blog. I’ve written one book, Autumn Romance, about people who find love late in life, and now I’m writing another book, collecting stories about “late life journeys.” I’m sure you know of some … !
    If you know of any really interesting stories, I’d be grateful to be alerted.
    In any case, I’m happy to be in touch. I agree, life is this amazing tapestry we weave as we go.
    Warmly, Ruthy

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