Nice to Meet You.

I'm Kris Carey.

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Nice to Meet You. I'm Kris Carey.

I'm a dot connector who weaves the different parts of your life into a cohesive picture. I have the ability to conceptualize what you're after, then bring the necessary focus and accountability to create it in your life and business. Through coaching, humor and light heartedness, you'll approach things you want with confidence, and face challenges that have previously held you back.

Together we’ll reinvent your business, discover your Super Powers, and bring your good work to the world in a way you could only dream of.

I am a...

reinvention specialist

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About Kris Carey

Kris Carey helps people discover their Super Powers, activate them, and apply them to their work (and life, of course!). She works with free agents and business Jedi to realign who they are with their work so they can produce more of the results they’re after.

Working with her clients to help them reach their professional objectives by using a mix of personal anecdotes and professional training, Kris creates solutions that match her client’s unique goals.

She's been coaching and catalyzing since 2002 with her business, Moxie, Inc. She muses often in her own blog about business, life, the universe and everything, and is a regular contributor to the Get Clients Now! blog, where she is also serves as the Director of Training.

Kris speaks frequently for professional organizations, entrepreneurial groups, and conferences. Popular topics include: reinvention, discovering and using your super powers, and the alchemy of business.

When not working, Kris debates Star Trek vs. Star Wars with her dog, Finch, while they listen to Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue for the fourth time on repeat.

About Kris Carey and her dog Finch
About Kris Carey and her dog Finch

a few words about kris

My clients are serious about what they do and like to have fun while they do it.

 

Hear them in their own words.

Kris Carey 3001*

People have asked me why I started my business, and there are a lot of reasons I can give:

Control over my time, flexible schedule, location independence, the chance to make a greater impact, freedom...

The truth is, though, I couldn’t NOT start my business.

Shortly after college I had the urge to do my own thing, yet didn’t have a clue what that could be or how it might happen. It was this tiny spark that kept me searching for an opportunity to make my move away from conventional employment and go out on my own. When I saw my chance, I pounced on it and haven’t looked back.

I’ve gone through my share of dark nights of the soul, times when things seemed too hard or too big, I didn’t know how, and all the other thoughts that plague those of us who choose this path. Still, here I am, figuring it out, just as you are.

I’ve seen the promise. In fact, I’m living it. One day, in 1997, sitting at a desk in a job that was sucking the life out of me, I pulled out a small notebook and wrote out my ideal work scenario. Soon after that, while cleaning out my files, I found that scrap of paper and was stunned to discover I’m doing exactly what I dreamed of, with bonuses and upgrades I couldn’t have imagined back then.

You have a dream. Dare to live it.

People have asked me why I started my business, and there are a lot of reasons I can give:

Control over my time, flexible schedule, location independence, the chance to make a greater impact, freedom...

The truth is, though, I couldn’t NOT start my business.

Shortly after college I had the urge to do my own thing, yet didn’t have a clue what that could be or how it might happen. It was this tiny spark that kept me searching for an opportunity to make my move away from conventional employment and go out on my own. When I saw my chance, I pounced on it and haven’t looked back.

I’ve gone through my share of dark nights of the soul, times when things seemed too hard or too big, I didn’t know how, and all the other thoughts that plague those of us who choose this path. Still, here I am, figuring it out, just as you are.

I’ve seen the promise. In fact, I’m living it. One day, in 1997, sitting at a desk in a job that was sucking the life out of me, I pulled out a small notebook and wrote out my ideal work scenario. Soon after that, while cleaning out my files, I found that scrap of paper and was stunned to discover I’m doing exactly what I dreamed of, with bonuses and upgrades I couldn’t have imagined back then.

You have a dream. Dare to live it.