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Coach Profile: Zeina Kronfol

Zeina Kronfol



About Me

Hi! My name is Zeina (zay-nuh) and I’m so glad you’re here. I’m an ICF-Certified Career Transitions Coach, Founder and CEO of Sea Rock CoachingTM. I work with clients all over the world, helping them to reconnect with their purpose and navigate the changes necessary to lead more fulfilling lives.

Quite often I find that people have a deep desire to change but struggle with getting the right guidance and support to get them from point A to B. If and when people do try to navigate change, more often than not, they end up giving up or settling for the same type of role, sometimes just in a different environment.

My job as a coach is to partner with my clients and take a holistic look at their lives. We work together to gain clarity on what it is they want, in both their professional and personal lives, give them the tools to handle obstacles as they arise (ex: overcoming limiting beliefs), and empower them to take action so they can begin to thrive in all areas of their lives.

My decision to become a Career Transitions Coach came from my own personal journey. For my entire professional career, I knew I was destined to help people, but I had no idea how. I spent 12+ years as an International Product Marketer, Brand Strategist, and Project Manager, climbing up the corporate ladder but continuously felt less and less fulfilled. Knowing that something was missing, I embarked on a self-healing journey, where I fell into coaching. From there, I started heavily investing in personal development, which led me to start my own business, leave my cushy corporate marketing job, and begin to serve my clients full-time.

I am extremely passionate about helping guide others who are in similar situations to where I was, get “unstuck.” Whether you are looking to transition into a new professional role/industry/company, enter/exit the corporate world or excel in the entrepreneurial or freelance space, I would love to help!

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Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, 'Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?' Actually, who are you not to be?

Marianne Williamson