By landing on this page, chances are that you are looking for direction in your life, personally or professionally.
You are not alone.
Half of Americans report experiencing more stress than they did last year; one in five live under extreme stress.
The big decisions regarding job and career, relationships, life transitions, health, and so many other issues create an increasing level of stress in our society.
In this fast-paced world, it is no wonder that you hope for manageability, clarity, peace, and freedom in your life.
It is not enough to simply avoid burnout,
but to be invigorated and to work toward your aspirations.
You can see that your life can be improved, personally and professionally. The way toward that improvement is a step-by-step process.
You were created to live strong and free.
Life’s challenges are not to defeat you but to be overcome through clear thinking and sound decision-making.
If this sounds like you, then I can help. I love being a personal coach and professional consultant, supporting others as they move forward in their lives.
Jane C. Owen, M.Ed., Ph.D., is completing her certification as a Professional Christian Life Coach through the Professional Christian Coaching Institute. Life coaching intrigues her with its powerful processes to enable people to change their lives. Being a partner with her clients in this incredible journey is exciting and rewarding.
Dr. Owen retired from a 33 year career in education beginning as an English teacher, moving into administration, and finally serving as a professor of educational administration at a regional university. In each of these positions, she informally coached students and teachers to set life goals and then move forward toward them. Life coaching was a natural transition into an encore career.
Celebrating 50 years of marriage this year, Jane Owen and her husband Jim love travel, their church, spending time with friends, and especially their two children, five grandchildren, and one enthusiastic goldendoodle named Ellie. They live on the bluffs above the Red River on the Texas-Oklahoma border.