So when you send your business coach a quick note saying ‘I’m going to need your help.’

Cassandra: Great, dish....

Me: This new thing I want to do costs more, takes less time and hurts more than any other technique I’ve done
(massage therapist people get your head out of the gutter).

Cassandra: Um, I think we need a session.

Me: It’s a brave coach who still wants to tackle it, sign me up!

And we did. In only 2 hours I had a new way to introduce this technique, a new pricing structure that I felt good about, a social media idea to announce it, and literally, I’m ready for my roll out!

Her clarity and heart cut to the chase but in a way, it still feels like you.
— Michele Mathiesen, Michele Mathiesen Wellness

In an online space where there is so much clutter, noise, and confusion; it is a gift to be able to take a step back and be able to see and support someone in their dream and goals.
That’s exactly what Cassandra does as a business and strategy coach.

Oftentimes, we try to fit ourselves into someone else’s definition of success and we are unable to see our own blind spots. There are coaches out there who create programs and masterminds with THEIR businesses, values, and ideas of success in mind. NOT yours.

Cassandra has a gift of looking at your business with a bird’s eye view and digging into the pieces of it with you, that are specific to you and your business. You leave with clarity, a sense of direction and tangible action steps that help move your business forward.

Personally, I learned more in an hour strategy session with Cassandra than I did in a 6-month mastermind.
— Grace Presley, You Are A Story Worth Loving

Working with Cassandra was a breeze.

I enjoyed every part from beginning to end. She took my request and delivered on it simultaneously offering an alternate option that of course was better!

Cassandra confirmed our communications, set delivery expectations and then delivered every time.

I am so thankful for the friendly experience and relationship I now have with Cassandra on my team.
— Alison Templin, Hire-Me-Headshots