Your Next Chapter helps teens to empty nesters get clear about what they really want in life. And then Carol helps them make it happen. Her specialty is deep listening—with an open heart, intuitive mind and powerful questions that help people think about what really matters. Her work includes one on one coaching, workshops, and speaking events.
Creating a vision board is a powerful way to get started in your next chapter of life. And I make it easy. In my 3 hour workshop, you will explore what your heart desires in a relaxed, safe, supportive atmosphere.
If you really want to make some changes in your life, maybe it’s time to stop doing it alone. Maybe it’s time to get support from someone. I am that someone. I am passionate about helping women live their most fulfilling lives.
Designing a meaningful life. Creativity and art. Vision boards. Navigating life transitions. I would love to speak to your group – large or small – on any of these topics.
Carol Adler is a personal coach, a former school teacher, a wife and mom of teenagers and the founder of Your Next Chapter.
Carol’s earlier chapters of life included a very rewarding career in education. After she graduated from UCSB with a degree in Communications, she headed to UC Berkeley, where she earned her teaching credentials and became a 6th grade teacher in Piedmont, California. A few years later her house burned down in a massive fire in the Oakland hills. She lost everything except her Toyota Corolla.
Because she had a lot less stuff, she was able to move to New York City where she continued to teach at a prep school. She also met her husband in New York on a blind date. They have been together over 20 years and have a son and a daughter.
In 2013 her life took another detour that eventually led her to creating Your Next Chapter. Her husband was hit by a car while riding his bike. He was in the hospital for 6 weeks and endured a very long recovery. That challenging chapter of their lives taught Carol how incredibly important it is to make our time on earth matter.
When she was trying to figure out what was next in life for her, she met a coach and went to a vision board workshop and made her first board. That vision board motivated her to return to school, and create a business to help others get through life’s challenges.
Carol is passionate about helping others live their most fulfilling lives. Her motto is “Get curious.” Everything in life has something to teach us if we’re open to listen.