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Finding Clarity with Courtney Rioux

February 20, 2014

Thanks to The Chicago Actor, who told me about Courtney Rioux’s free monthly coaching sessions, I had the universe finally answer my nagging doubts.

At least, that’s what it felt like when I had my session with Courtney. An actor and life coach, she was so bubbly and bright! Since we are a time zone apart, we had a forty-five minute phone call in which I went over all of my current life dilemmas which all stemmed from the fact that I’m graduating.

Instead of me just going over the same, stale concerns and crazy ideas I’ve been having, Courtney was there to give me feedback and offer up constructive solutions to support my schemes, especially financially. It was like having a tarot reading done for myself. Thanks to Courtney, I have plans for moving to a future city to pursue work as an actor-combatant. Until that goal is reached, I have my mini-goals:

  • using my special skills to help with saving up to afford the move ($5,000 minimum)
  • further developing and promoting my brand
  • focus on networking so I’ll have relationships already built before I move
  • do your research to decide where to move to!

Suddenly, my graduation goals seem easier to accomplish! Now, I don’t want to give away all of Courtney’s amazing tips – (although here’s one: “blogging is a great way to get your name and brand out there! Blogging doesn’t have to be acting-related either.”) – you can find out more about how to work with Courtney Rioux here.

Unfortunately, my savings plan doesn’t cover life coaching ( – yet). Still, with the abundance the universe dumped in my lap immediately following my phone call with Courtney, I think it would be worth it. So I’m doing what The Chicago Actor did for me, sharing the good fortune and clarity that comes from coaching. Thanks Courtney! Thanks Chicago Actor!

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. February 20, 2014 11:04 am

    I was pleasantly surprised to see the email saying there was a Green Room Blog post about her when I checked my inbox this morning. Having worked with Courtney myself for the past month and a half, I’ve found myself CONSIDERABLY happier than I was before our work together. The biggest progress I’ve made is learning how to be happy while waiting tables. I never would have thought this possible a couple of months ago.

    Thanks for the shout out, Theatre Dork! I can’t wait to hear about your progress once you’ve become a “Graduated Theatre Dork” =)

  2. February 20, 2014 11:31 am

    Thanks for the shout out Theatre dork and Chicago Actor. It was my pleasure!

  3. The Mothering Actor permalink
    February 21, 2014 4:24 pm

    Sounds exciting, I will def check her out!

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