Jodie Wallace is a life and business coach and a master Neuro-Linguistic (NLP) practitioner. She is a successful entrepreneur, leadership development consultant and dynamic public speaker with more than 20 years of experience in the personal development field. For several years she has helped her clients achieve their personal dreams through the coaching process.
Jodie believes that everyone, regardless of background, past history or current situation can lead a fulfilled life – a life of significance and purpose full of great relationships and personal success. Through a disciplined approach of goal setting and personal growth and development, she helps her clients visualize, develop strategies to achieve, and attain their highest goals.
As a professional Coach, Jodie has helped aspiring entrepreneurs and small business leaders develop and implement success strategies to take them to the next level. She has coached individuals to identify strengths, set goals and achieve a higher level of success in their personal and professional lives. As an entrepreneur herself, she enjoys working with up-and-coming entrepreneurs, business owners, individuals in transition and managers in business, government and education to help them grow their business, stay motivated and stay on track with their goals.
Jodie is passionate about helping people succeed. For eight years, she produced and hosted Speaking Women to Women, a regional television production aimed at empowering women in North Texas. Through the show, she inspired women of all ages to build self-esteem and expand their horizons.
Jodie has completed the Coach Training Program with CoachU, the premiere coaching institute in the world, and is a Master Neuro-Linguistic Programmer certified through NLP Training Concepts and the Society of Neuro-Linguistic Programming. She employs state-of-the-art techniques including NLP and appropriate assessments to support her clients’ development and success.
Jodie, her husband and two children live in Plano, Texas. She is active in her community and has received numerous awards for her civic endeavors.