"Ali is as unique as she is gifted. I've never seen a coach who moves with such grace and ease from ally to challenger to guide. Her superpower is getting her clients (and her coach friends) to tap into their innermost being, their source of creativity and innovation, in order to bear the rigors of work/life existential challenges. And, all the while, making you laugh from the very core of your belly." - Jerry Colonna
“She is an incredible woman who I can say nothing other than amazing, positive things about. …she is a natural coach.”
- Miriam Meima, A New Path
“Her writing is lyrical, witty, and shaped by a keen, informed intelligence. Horses whisper to her. Flowers pose for her. Humans love her.” – Lynda Sexson, Author
"I love the pictures and paintings in my house. It all makes me happy. Magically happy because I'm not normally happy. Instant spell binding mood alterations." - H. Haffey
Love.Life.Art.Work. is my creative playspace online. In theory, Love.Life.Art.Work. is about relaxing the boundaries between art and life. It’s about the (holy) body of work that flows from who you are and what you do. It’s about the art of living and finding the sacred in the ordinary. It’s about transitions and transformations, about becoming and turning, and the process of truing your inner compass. It’s about being present and opening up to the immense future that’s calling you into unanticipated possibilities. It’s about slowing down, simplifying, being kind - and the ripples that makes in your life, your relationships, your work and your play.
What are you creating in life? What do you want to create? As creative beings, humans need the tools to be warriors in facing life, doing good work and making great art.
As a coach, my work is centered around an agnostic toolkit of human wisdom that allows you to connect to your truest self. It is from that place of radical aliveness that one becomes a self-leader in life, work and relationships.
People come to me when they are ready for change, in transition and long to re-connect to their source of inspiration. I guide them to discover their purpose, clarity and a renewed sense of direction.
As Mary Oliver asks: "What is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?"