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Who is Kashonna Marrow?

Welcome to June! I am thrilled to have our new website up and running and to help even more of you maximize your potential and elevate your life this summer.

Please join me in extending a warm welcome to our newest followers and a heartfelt thanks to our long-time friends for accompanying us on this exciting, ever-evolving journey.

In the spirit of all that is new, I thought this would be the perfect time to explain why I do what I do and share why I thoroughly enjoy seeing my clients shine.


Why did you become a coach?

I didn’t become a coach because of popular demand or hype for the title. I became a coach because it is my calling. It is who I am and what I was created to do. Coaching goes beyond occupation and requires one to stand in the gap for another to experience manifested success. It requires strong shoulders, as they are needed for people to propel. Coaching is nothing short of strength for someone until they can attain it for themselves.

How would you describe your coaching style?

There is no cookie-cutter style to coaching. I appreciate programs, but the reality is different people need different approaches. My method is to actively listen to my client and attend to their personal need(s) accordingly. Even if they’ve experienced the same thing as another client, their experience still requires personalized, exclusive attention.

What are some goals you’ve helped clients achieve?

I am blessed to partner with my clients as they shift in everything from career advancements to entrepreneurship. I’ve only come alongside them to help achieve their goals. Everything they needed was already in them. I just extracted and helped birth it.

What is the most rewarding part of your job?

Being a witness to my client’s greatness. Seeing them walk confidently in their God-given purpose!

What’s the most challenging part of your job?

Seeing the infighting between the ghost of my clients’ pasts and the call to their present. Knowing that they have everything they need to win but feeling they are unworthy. As their coach, sometimes my probing questions challenge them to step outside of their comfort and lean into their discomfort. This is a threat to their past as I extract their purpose.


What is your greatest asset?

The confidence I have in my call. I can look at what others are doing and cheer for them. I can see their wins and participate in their victories and not be envious. I am who I am, and I love me for being her. I run my own race and work to pass the baton to others. I am not a hoarder. What I have, I share. I work to give from a pure heart. I focus on the encouragement more than I do the discouragement. These are just a few of my greatest assets.

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