Molly Gordon is an internationally recognized Master Certified Coach, writer, and workshop leader.
Her practice is devoted to men, women, and organizations who are ready to play their bigger game: to integrate meaning and prosperity in personal and professional realms. Since 1996, she has coached hundreds of clients from around the world through personal and professional transformation.
Molly's unique coaching style is informed by two decades as a business owner and artist as well as her lifetime commitment to service and creativity. A graduate of the Academy of Coach Training and the Newfield Network's Graduate Coach Training Program, she spends up to eight weeks a year in advanced study across a range of disciplines and in various theoretical models.
Molly shepherded the 300-plus member Puget Sound Coaches Association into becoming a fully chartered chapter of the International Coach Federation. She was a featured presenter at both the 1999 and 2000 International Coach Federation Conferences and makes frequent appearances at virtual and live conferences worldwide.
Molly was a pioneer in using the Internet to develop her business, creating her first Web site in 1995. Since then she has expanded MollyGordon.com into a powerful resource for motivating and supporting effective change in life and work. The site now includes hundreds of articles, brief book reviews, e-books, and links. She has hosted forums and online workshops and been a featured panelist at such sites as Infirmation.com, Prosperity.com, and WomenConnect.com. Her articles about personal and professional development and marketing are reprinted widely both on and offline.
Molly publishes an email newsletter, Authentic Promotion®, that reaches over 10,000 readers each week. Articles promote personal and professional growth and encourage graceful, audacious, and creative responses to opportunity and transition.
Prior to becoming a coach, Molly owned Mollycoddles, a nationally known wearable art studio. In her spare time she continues to work with fiber, recently completing a hand knit wool and silk counterpane for her stepson's wedding gift. Other hobbies include singing and skiing, both of which she says remind her that mastery is about the journey, not the destination.