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What I Offer


1:1 Coaching

Coaching is powerful and fun. It requires you to own what's most important to you, then do what's most important to you!


Have a group of open-minded people who want more from their lives? I want in! I speak to groups of all sizes. Let's talk!


Looking for something fun to do over lunch that will help you feel better about your life and all that's in it? These classes are for you!


Let me in your inbox once a week and I'll share some experiences and lessons that will help you wake-up and be more alive in your life!

What's Being Said About Me

Working with Marion, I learned how to question and reframe some of the long-held negative thinking patterns that regularly appeared in my mind and interfered with personal and professional interactions. As a result, I understand how my thoughts affect my feelings and how I can choose to change those thoughts. Learning how to change this negative thinking is the way to a freer and more joyful life! 

Your energy and enthusiasm are contagious.  Thank you for continuing to be creative and generous in helping us get out of our ruts and into the roles for which we were born!  Your friendship, knowledge and wisdom offer a steady scaffolding and I am ready to climb on.  You are the BEST!!

I’ve worked with Marion for well over a decade. Always, she brings her A-game, or as Marion might say “the best I have.”  Organized and enthusiastic, highly competent and very committed…that’s how Marion operates. And it’s contagious!


Marion has original insight delivered with positive energy that is engaging and uplifting. In the nearly 20 years I’ve known her, she continues to broaden her skills making her a respected speaker and trainer on issues dealing with customers, employees and leadership.

From The Blog

Shedding and Allowing


This guy, the lizard above who lives in our backyard, is doing something amazing. What he’s doing is natural and totally out of his control, but it’s nonetheless amazing. He’s shedding his skin because he’s growing. And unless he sheds his old skin, he will not be able to grow. The process is called ecdysis, but I think I’ll just call it “allowing.”

I was struck by the lizard’s appearance as I walked outside with my morning cup of coffee earlier today. I see him almost daily and he doesn’t scurry away when he hears me coming anymore. (I really like that!) But today, because his skin looked a little like he had a rough night, I stopped to get a closer look. If there were judgmental, mean-girl-types in the lizard world, they’d probably be whispering something like, “Have your seen Louie?… Continue reading