Fervor exists to help advance, and sometimes – transform – the lives, careers and futures of clients guided by clear purpose and a track record of profound impact.
“Coaching with Eva enabled me to identify the real issues that were prohibiting growth. She inspired me to be courageous in supporting my own self and helped me uncover my own tangible solutions. She is strategic and patient, asks the right questions and I never feel rushed.”
“I felt so inspired and committed (and still do feel this) to transitioning into my new “bold” self. Once I was over the hurdle, everything else seemed to fall in line.”
“Our partnership has been critical to getting me on track to take my next career step. Eva helped me rebuild my confidence. She has given me the tools to work through uncertainty and doubt to get back to my purpose. I think she has a talent that not many people have. She really understands people […]
“I’ve never worked with a coach before, but Eva came highly recommended. She was patient, encouraging, and asked valuable questions to help me sift through my many desires and life complexities. I came out of my sessions with Eva feeling uplifted and focused with a clearer action plan of which steps to take towards my […]
“I really enjoyed our time together. Eva’s clever open-ended questions made me dig deep. I would recommend anyone to Eva as you can learn a lot when guided down different roads. I am still the driver, but the side roads are extremely valuable for self-growth.”
One of my intentions when 2019 began was to take the advice I often give to my clients and actually invest in myself and my business. After two incredibly exciting years as a small business owner and “solopreneur” it was time to learn from the bumps I’d experienced along my path and pave the way […]
The impact of coaching with Eva has been massive for me. Eva helped me scale my business by coaching me on steps to take. The biggest thing Eva taught me is around my value and knowing how to value the services we offer. I appreciate how Eva made me accountable. I don’t know how to […]