About me

I've been there—in that place of hopelessness and despair—waiting for something to get better. Waiting for an answer. I felt helpless many times during my adult life.

 

I spent nearly 20 years job hopping, eager to find contentment. Each time I thought that I'd found the right path, I was wrong.

 

I'd tell myself, "Every job has bullshit, I just need to roll with it." In truth, all I felt was trapped and sad. I was in survival mode many times. High-stress, fast-paced jobs made me feel trapped and they were the catalysts for a big breakdown.

 

After three months of serious soul searching, I emerged as a new person—ready to be real, open and present. It was time to make a big decision and take action. For 7 years, I helped career coaching clients figure out "what's next?"

I asked myself the very same question in 2022. I realized that I love to help people just like me--people who run their own business. Solopreneurs!  

I am focused on helping solopreneurs define their ambition, own their power and eliminate head trash they can focus on building their business. 

 

Angela helps solopreneurs:

  • Bolster their confidence

  • Reframe their mindset

  • Address emotional health issues

  • Communicate more effectively

 

She is a fan of true crime podcasts, walking her dogs in the park, and finding new restaurants. She lives in Indianapolis with her husband, Barry, and their two dogs, Abbey and Murphy. 

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Angela Jorden, ACC, CPC

I've had the pleasure of working with employees from these companies

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Certifications

Associate Certified Coach (ACC) certification from International Coach Federation (ICF). Original coaching certification from Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (IPEC), the #1 coaching program in the United States. Certified as Certified Professional Coach (CPC), through IPEC. 

 

IPEC is an accredited coaching program, through the ICF. 

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