Nia Jackson is a life coach and the Founder of Beyond Encouragement. She helps young women identify, repair, and guard against the issues that affect their careers, relationships, and health. She has been helping students and professionals create, organize, and execute their goals for almost two decades. Whether she was creating educational programs for college affinity groups or working with young women directly, she has helped many women navigate the journey of education, self-discovery, and major life surprises like champs. Nia is also an attorney with an International MBA.
LET NIA HELP YOU
It can be challenging to determine what areas of your life need to be adjusted to reach your goals. As a Coach, Nia will help you determine where you need to focus your energy to achieve your goals.
The self-help environment is full of special terms and theories. Nia will translate this information into practical terms so that you can actually use all the research in this industry.
Some of us work really hard, but don’t have a clear goal destination. Nia will help you crystallize your vision, purpose, and desired life.
Sometimes difficult conversations are part of the journey. Whether participating in person or giving you guidance in advance, Nia will facilitate the difficult conversations you need to have to improve tense relationships.
We all need encouragement. Some of us need more than others. Some of us need it more frequently than others. Nia will make sure you have it often and in various forms so that you can maintain your momentum.
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MAINTAIN HEALTH GOALS
“Thanks for being a safe space to share ideas. I appreciate your willingness to be a sounding board, and provide much needed feedback.”Casey Handy-Smith
“Talking to you is way better than talking to my old therapist. All she ever said was: “How does that make you feel?” But you ask questions that really make me think.”Anonymous
“This woman has the patience of a kindergarten teacher. Thanks for listening to my rants, and helping me gain clarity!”Anonymous
“Girl you are truly a blessing! Thanks for always asking me the hard questions and helping me realize I’m stronger than I thought.”Andrea Johnson
MORE ON NIA JACKSON
Nia K. N. Jackson, J.D., Int’l. MBA
I wanted to find practical ways to prevent panic attacks before they happened. My family scoffed at the assertion that I could use logic to minimize anxiety. Trust in family vs. my mental health
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The bad news is that these are just a few of the battles I’ve fought. The good news is that I’ve won all of these battles and many more. Since the day I felt my first sad feeling, I’ve been researching and learning how to get into a space where sad feelings didn’t have control of me. And even though every time I dealt with one feeling another sad one came along, I kept learning. I refused to let those feelings take root in my life. They weren’t there when my life began, so I wasn’t going to let them stay! It took over 20 years to get them all out, and some of them try to come back paired up with new experiences. But, because of my ever improving awareness, I’m able to spot the feelings early so I can let the door knob hit them where the good Lord split them!