High Performance Coaching with Kim Bettie
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I am Kim Bettie, the great-great granddaughter of John W. Fields, formerly enslaved runaway with an open heart and spirit of entrepreneurship. I inherited his resilience and the ability to overcome, against all odds. These characteristics are my Super Powers. By day I am CEO and High-Performance Coach for Greater Advantage LLC, increasing passion, production and profits in fortune 50 companies, small businesses and private medical practices. By night, I am on a mission to make sure high-quality coaching is available to all.

I believe everyone deserves access to empirically sound strategies that are often reserved for C-Suite leaders of large corporations. I codified a high performance formula and coaching programs to sustain whole-life success. Some of my past projects include: unscripted life coaching on 1500 AM in Detroit after the recession; wealth creation workshops and my 14 Day Experiment book give-a-ways on The Word Network; coached social entrepreneurs on Access Health TV Show; live streamed job search strategies from Workforce One; conducted balance over burnout seminars for the community at the Dream Center in Harlem; facilitated spirit of entrepreneurship mastermind + mastercoaching webinars for women of faith.

My high performance model and programs are built on a foundation of love for continuous learning, my education and training includes: bachelor of science degree with multidisciplinary major in psychology, sociology and economics from Michigan State University; certification in executive coaching, strategic visioning, career counseling, instructional design, and group dynamics from General Motors University; counseling and integration of faith at Spring Arbor University; diversity, inclusion and engagement certification from Cornell University. I am currently pursuing certification as an Epigenetics High Performance Health Coach and will be certified by December 2019, just in time to help you reach your health and wellness goals in 2020.