It is estimated that 80% of Americans hate their jobs, which in turn impacts other areas of their lives. Many individuals stay stuck because they lack clarity about who they are, what they can do, how to make successful transitions, and how to maximize their true potential. Carmen Croonquist is a coach, motivational speaker, and ThetaHealer who is known for her unique ability to help individuals find clarity about their life purpose and expedite changes. Each client who works with Carmen is treated to a customized experience. She uses her intuitive and strategic gifts to remove limiting beliefs/programs operating on the subconscious level to help her clients achieve their highest and best life experience. Carmen works with clients around the world and is available for private sessions by phone, video, and in-person.
As a motivational speaker, Carmen has had the pleasure of presenting to a wide array of audiences worldwide. She has keynoted conferences in Sweden, Iceland, Honolulu, Washington D.C., Seattle, San Francisco, and Chicago. Presentation topics include: “Living a Life by Design,” “Mastering Your Inner Game,” “Using the Happiness Advantage for Career/Life Success,” “Uncovering Your Unique Promise of Value,” “Personal Branding: Maximizing the Power of YOU!” “Danger & Opportunity: Embracing Uncertainty,” and “Becoming Rejection-proof,” and “Fear Busters.”
Carmen holds a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology, and coaching certifications in the areas of career, leadership, personal branding, the Law of Attraction, and neuroscience. She is a John Maxwell-trained leadership coach and speaker. In addition to 28 years of experience in her field, Carmen previously created and led a coaching program at Adler Graduate School to train new professionals. She is the recipient of the Jules Kerlan Lifetime Achievement Award and the Marty Dockman Merit Award from the Minnesota Career Development Association, and the Bridge Award from the Career Thought Leaders Consortium. Her articles have been featured in the Minneapolis Star Tribune, and she recently received the National Career Development Association’s Recognition Award for her article “Personal Branding: Maximizing the Power of YOU!”