What I Offer


One-to-One Life Coaching

1:1 coaching is powerful. The goal is to help you identify what's most important so that you can live aligned with that. No regret. No apology.

Public & Keynote Speaking

Have a group of open-minded people who want more from their lives but can't possibly fit another thing into their schedules? Let me in!

Monthly Classes & Group Coaching

Prefer a group setting rather than the 1:1 intensity? I get that. These affordable monthly lunchtime classes might be perfect for you.

Organizational Coaching

Your organization has a culture. Is it the one you want?  You can create alignment in every part of your business. Now is the right time.

What Is Being Said About Me

As a result of working with Marion, I am lighter and clearer and so much more at peace. Also, for the first time in my life I know that I am enough. I now have the skills to look at all the relationships and things that have happened to me through a different lens. I felt like Marion reached down and ripped me out of a cyclone of fear and uncertainty.

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! 

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.

The Latest From My Blog

Be Sure To Only Die Once

Life is the special occasion

When my mother died nearly twenty years ago, my world turned upside down and I was completely unable to continue with my life as I had known it before her death. I didn’t know how to live without my mother and I struggled mightily.

One day, several months after mom’s death while I was still as raw as the day she died, a friend who wanted to help me said, “I know it hurts Marion. It’s a really good thing people can only die one time.”

My friend and I were out walking on a trail and I don’t remember what I said after that or very much about the rest of our walk. But for the life of me, I couldn’t get her “people only die once” comment out of my head.

Of course we only die one time. Why would she say something so obvious?

Perplexed, I just accepted that she must be trying to soothe my pain by reminding me that I won’t ever have to go through it again.… Continue reading