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Authentic Confidence Coach | Katie Stolp IDENTIFY
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You are capable and worthy
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Love and trust yourself fiercely
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Be an example of what's possible

KATIE STOLP CERTIFIED LIFE AND LEADERSHIP COACH

KATIE STOLP CERTIFIED LIFE AND LEADERSHIP COACH

KATIE STOLP CERTIFIED LIFE AND LEADERSHIP COACH

Critical self-talk? Constantly over-analyzing? Addicted to approval? Endless compare and despair?

You’re in the right place.

I’m Katie Stolp. As a certified life and leadership coach, with a practice grounded in cognitive psychology and science-based solutions, I help women let go of self-defeating thoughts, believe in their strengths, and breakthrough to authentic confidence in their careers and lives.

Transform self-critical thoughts

Transform self-critical thoughts

Learn to love yourself

Develop lasting self-confidence

Develop lasting self-confidence

Experience life in the biggest way

Let go of the fear & shame that holds you back

Let go of the fear & shame that holds you back

Look forward and create

Drop the people-pleasing behaviors

Drop the people-pleasing behaviors

Be authentically you

Critical self-talk? Constantly over-analyzing? Addicted to approval? Endless compare and despair?

You’re in the right place.

I’m Katie Stolp. As a certified life and leadership coach, with a practice grounded in cognitive psychology and science-based solutions, I help women let go of self-defeating thoughts, believe in their strengths, and breakthrough to authentic confidence in their careers and lives.

Transform self-critical thoughts

Transform self-critical thoughts

Learn to love yourself

Develop lasting self-confidence

Develop lasting self-confidence

Experience life in the biggest way

Let go of the fear & shame that holds you back

Let go of the fear & shame that holds you back

Look forward and create

Drop the people-pleasing behaviors

Drop the people-pleasing behaviors

Be authentically you

Testimonials

I wasn’t sure what coaching would be like but from the minute we started, there was a natural flow that has led down countless paths of awareness, insight, and growth. Katie has helped me see myself, know myself, and believe in myself. My mind, ego, and heart have been witnessed and cared for in a way I have never experienced before. Working with Katie will change your life — it is what you have been waiting for and what you didn’t even know you needed and wanted.

Keri

Client

Testimonials

Katie has been able to completely change my thought patterns, my habits, and my views on self-confidence. She is as authentic as it gets and is not afraid to challenge you to bring out the inner badass you really are. I highly recommend working with Katie, especially if you're looking to train your mind and that voice in your head that we hear from more than anyone else.

Taylor

Client

Testimonials

I truly trust Katie's motivations and insights. She is giving, encouraging, and kind. Katie is re-igniting within myself the power I possess to realize my purpose. I highly recommend her for anyone seeking sound guidance around a professional or personal "leveling up!"

Charlotte

Client

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Katie took me to new levels of self-confidence and performance after feeling beat up from the corporate world. I was a classic overthinker and people-pleaser, and struggled with self-doubt. I now feel this inner strength I've been missing for years. I'm at my best again. Thank you, Katie! She’s a lot of fun too!

Tina

Client

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I had been stuck in a holding pattern and needed to get out of my head. I implemented Katie's coaching right away and noticed a huge difference in how I became more patient and accepting of myself. I started taking action toward creating the life I wanted from a place of confidence and certainty. I now see myself, as well as my company, as a 3.0 version rather than stuck at 1.0.

Jessica

Client

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About Me

I spent more than two decades struggling with confidence and feeling like I was never enough until I found solutions that finally worked for good. Now, I’m on a mission to help other women breakthrough to authentic confidence, live their best lives and change the world. Think of me as a supportive, non-judgmental friend who gives great guidance and teaches you how to act on it. It often takes someone outside our own mind to help see things we can’t see ourselves. We’ll create lasting results that will change your life. Why? Because you are capable of so much more than you think.

About Me

I spent more than two decades struggling with confidence and feeling like I was never enough until I found solutions that finally worked for good. Now, I’m on a mission to help other women breakthrough to authentic confidence, live their best lives and change the world. Think of me as a supportive, non-judgmental friend who gives great guidance and teaches you how to act on it. It often takes someone outside our own mind to help see things we can’t see ourselves. We’ll create lasting results that will change your life. Why? Because you are capable of so much more than you think.
Maybe it’s time to start sweating the small stuff.

How often do we tell ourselves it’s okay to be five minutes late, or under-prepared, or to not keep a commitment, or aimlessly scroll through social media?

In the moment, we think it’s small stuff that doesn’t matter.

But in the end, we’re consistently letting ourselves down.

Those seemingly insignificant things start to add up; we become more reactive, and eventually, when larger issues are exposed, they feel overwhelming. 

Pay attention to the moments you find yourself saying it’s ‘not a big deal’ or ‘just fine.’ What are you allowing yourself to get away with? Why?

How can you challenge yourself to choose higher standards – and keep them?

It’s not about being perfect; it’s about honoring yourself enough to stop settling for an ordinary life.

I help people make small but seismic shifts so they stop missing out on the extraordinary experience of being themselves. ⚡️

Maybe it’s time to start sweating the small stuff.

How often do we tell ourselves it’s okay to be five minutes late, or under-prepared, or to not keep a commitment, or aimlessly scroll through social media?

In the moment, we think it’s small stuff that doesn’t matter.

But in the end, we’re consistently letting ourselves down.

Those seemingly insignificant things start to add up; we become more reactive, and eventually, when larger issues are exposed, they feel overwhelming.

Pay attention to the moments you find yourself saying it’s ‘not a big deal’ or ‘just fine.’ What are you allowing yourself to get away with? Why?

How can you challenge yourself to choose higher standards – and keep them?

It’s not about being perfect; it’s about honoring yourself enough to stop settling for an ordinary life.

I help people make small but seismic shifts so they stop missing out on the extraordinary experience of being themselves. ⚡️
...

I used to have a bad habit of comparing and despairing. 

I’d see people and focus on what they have that I don’t. 

Have I done enough? Am I enough? 

I’m trying to explore this habit and my thoughts about myself from a place of compassion instead of resistance. 

There’s real power in learning to accept all of you.⚡

What if the things you dislike about yourself or are fighting are simply where you are right now? And what if that’s okay? 

Remember what exists within you, exists within all of us – it’s just different degrees and variations. 

I’m beginning to lean into my moments of comparison and ask how they can instead #inspire and #motivate me. I’m seeing more #possibilities from people who used to trigger my insecurities. In the end, maybe my #comparison #habit can be beneficial?

I help people stop judging and start accepting where they are, so they can decide to change (or not) from a place of peace and empowerment.

I used to have a bad habit of comparing and despairing.

I’d see people and focus on what they have that I don’t.

Have I done enough? Am I enough?

I’m trying to explore this habit and my thoughts about myself from a place of compassion instead of resistance.

There’s real power in learning to accept all of you.⚡

What if the things you dislike about yourself or are fighting are simply where you are right now? And what if that’s okay?

Remember what exists within you, exists within all of us – it’s just different degrees and variations.

I’m beginning to lean into my moments of comparison and ask how they can instead #inspire and #motivate me. I’m seeing more #possibilities from people who used to trigger my insecurities. In the end, maybe my #comparison #habit can be beneficial?

I help people stop judging and start accepting where they are, so they can decide to change (or not) from a place of peace and empowerment.
...

Making the uncomfortable, comfortable.

I'm practicing a 'dare of the day' – it requires me to get over a fear each day.

It might be going to a networking event, expressing myself creatively, speaking up in a meeting, sharing something vulnerable with friends, or taking a leap of faith.

We're often taught to avoid 'negative' emotions like #discomfort, #rejection, and #fear, but I think that's a mistake that keeps us in a rinse-and-repeat cycle of life.

What if we were willing to experience those emotions without resistance?

We'd likely take more #risks, make more #decisions, and give up approval-seeking tendencies.

We'd know the worst thing that could happen is an uncomfortable feeling that we could handle.

I believe one of the secrets to self-confidence is a willingness to feel any emotion. ⚡️

It takes practice.

So, what's your dare of the day?

I help people develop more #confidence so they can experience life in the biggest way.

Making the uncomfortable, comfortable.

I'm practicing a 'dare of the day' – it requires me to get over a fear each day.

It might be going to a networking event, expressing myself creatively, speaking up in a meeting, sharing something vulnerable with friends, or taking a leap of faith.

We're often taught to avoid 'negative' emotions like #discomfort, #rejection, and #fear, but I think that's a mistake that keeps us in a rinse-and-repeat cycle of life.

What if we were willing to experience those emotions without resistance?

We'd likely take more #risks, make more #decisions, and give up approval-seeking tendencies.

We'd know the worst thing that could happen is an uncomfortable feeling that we could handle.

I believe one of the secrets to self-confidence is a willingness to feel any emotion. ⚡️

It takes practice.

So, what's your dare of the day?

I help people develop more #confidence so they can experience life in the biggest way.
...

We all have things from our past that we wish would've gone differently.

I used to beat myself up over parts of my past, overanalyzing and spinning in negativity, embarrassment, or shame. 

I finally realized my past literally can't be different, and wishing it was only made me feel worse or wrong.

How can you think about your past in a way that serves your present?

What if your past helped you be more understanding of others with similar struggles?

Or taught you to stand up for what you believe in?

How are you stronger, wiser, and more resilient, thanks to those earlier lessons?

Instead of looking back and regretting, I learned how to accept my past, so I could look forward, create, and achieve my #goals. 

I help women make peace with their #past so they can create a bigger and better #future.

We all have things from our past that we wish would've gone differently.

I used to beat myself up over parts of my past, overanalyzing and spinning in negativity, embarrassment, or shame.

I finally realized my past literally can't be different, and wishing it was only made me feel worse or wrong.

How can you think about your past in a way that serves your present?

What if your past helped you be more understanding of others with similar struggles?

Or taught you to stand up for what you believe in?

How are you stronger, wiser, and more resilient, thanks to those earlier lessons?

Instead of looking back and regretting, I learned how to accept my past, so I could look forward, create, and achieve my #goals.

I help women make peace with their #past so they can create a bigger and better #future.
...

Today I found out I’ve been accepted into the top master’s program for coaches!

I’ll train and learn from some of the most brilliant and successful coaches in the industry.

As we evolve professionally and personally, please know it’s normal to have self-doubt as a companion. It’s part of the process. For me, it’s a little voice that keeps asking, ‘are you sure you’re ready for this?’

Over time, I’ve learned to doubt my doubt, to keep moving forward, and to believe in myself harder than anyone in the room.

It’s not easy, but I do it because I want to know what’s possible for myself. 

I also like knowing that when I level up, the people around me benefit too, from my clients, to my family, to my friends.

So don’t quit on yourself. Keep asking what you want in your life. Take action. Expect to fail. And watch as you get stronger every time you push yourself back up.

That’s what I’ll be telling myself as I complete this program – and next year, I’ll be a Master Certified Coach! 🎉

Today I found out I’ve been accepted into the top master’s program for coaches!

I’ll train and learn from some of the most brilliant and successful coaches in the industry.

As we evolve professionally and personally, please know it’s normal to have self-doubt as a companion. It’s part of the process. For me, it’s a little voice that keeps asking, ‘are you sure you’re ready for this?’

Over time, I’ve learned to doubt my doubt, to keep moving forward, and to believe in myself harder than anyone in the room.

It’s not easy, but I do it because I want to know what’s possible for myself.

I also like knowing that when I level up, the people around me benefit too, from my clients, to my family, to my friends.

So don’t quit on yourself. Keep asking what you want in your life. Take action. Expect to fail. And watch as you get stronger every time you push yourself back up.

That’s what I’ll be telling myself as I complete this program – and next year, I’ll be a Master Certified Coach! 🎉
...

When I was a news anchor, we started every day announcing the ratings from the night before. 

My mood would fluctuate along with the highs and lows of that #feedback. 

I took it personally.

Over time I developed a habit of enjoying myself through other people. 

I wanted to be liked – my job depended on it. 

I began to rely on others’ opinions to feel good about myself, leaving me in a continuous state of trying to please them. 

What I thought they wanted became more important than what I wanted. 

I started to lose sight of myself. 

Through #coaching, I re-discovered what I genuinely desire in life.

I learned how to like all of me - the good, the bad, and especially the different.

I learned the process of allowing people to think whatever they want. 

Every day I help #women like themselves more, so they don’t have to rely on everyone else to do it for them.

📸: @blairbax

When I was a news anchor, we started every day announcing the ratings from the night before.

My mood would fluctuate along with the highs and lows of that #feedback.

I took it personally.

Over time I developed a habit of enjoying myself through other people.

I wanted to be liked – my job depended on it.

I began to rely on others’ opinions to feel good about myself, leaving me in a continuous state of trying to please them.

What I thought they wanted became more important than what I wanted.

I started to lose sight of myself.

Through #coaching, I re-discovered what I genuinely desire in life.

I learned how to like all of me - the good, the bad, and especially the different.

I learned the process of allowing people to think whatever they want.

Every day I help #women like themselves more, so they don’t have to rely on everyone else to do it for them.

📸: @blairbax
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