The stress you can handle. It's the exhaustion that gets you down.
If I know you, you’ve spent years (if not decades) striving to be at the top of your game in all areas of your life.
Boundaries. Giving everything we have to other people means we don't leave anything for ourselves. As a result of working with me, you'll feel secure in your worth and ready to look out for your own needs, wants, and desires.
Jolinda is one of the best coaches in the world to support recovery from burnout and supporting the courage needed to step into a thriving way of being.
She held me as I began to make different choices about how I used my energy and spent my time, letting go of what was no longer sustainable in my life.
Her presence is calming, her questions are soul-evoking and cut through the bullshit. I love the way Jolinda holds space.
I’ve experienced positive changes in everything from my confidence in my Blackness, in my womanhood and how I am now holding space for my own clients as a life coach.
The best part of working with Jolinda is her gentle, yet strong leadership. I want to be able to model the way she allows for people to turn up as themselves, unapologetically. So grateful that I said yes to this experience!
Jolinda Johnson (M.S.Ed., CHHC) is an award-winning Certified Life Coach and Holistic Health Coach who specializes in burnout and resilience. She's obsessed with helping changemakers and revolutionaries get back their spark so they can go set the world on fire.
She is the author of Resilience: Ten Ways to Overcome Burnout and Exhaustion (Welbeck, 2023) a sought after guest on podcasts, has been featured on the cover of Inspired Coach magazine, and was the recipient of the Beautiful You Coaching Academy CEO Shine Award in 2021. She’s also taken to the stage as a motivational speaker for other life coaches and can be found on the popular websites Healthline and Yahoo Finance.
Jolinda's originally from Detroit, Michigan but earned her B.A. from Columbia University in New York City and completed her Master's of Science in Education as part of the NYC Teaching Fellows program at Pace University in 2006. For the last fourteen years she's made her home as a single mother in Barcelona, Spain.