Are you an introverted, big-picture person stuck in soul-sucking work?

I can help you get unstuck and do work you love – work that has meaning and makes you come alive.

Maybe you’re feeling lost or stuck.

Maybe you’re saying, “I want to do work that matters, but…”

“I don’t know what to do” or “I can’t get any traction.”

Some sobering facts:

  • Only 45% of U.S. workers are satisfied with their work.

  • 55% are not engaged with their work.

  • Only 1 in 5 are doing what they’re best at each day.

  • And research shows that we’re most unhappy when we’re working.

When we hear this, some of us think, “Oh, I guess that’s just how it is. Work sucks. I should just get over it and do my job.” For some of us, our deep fear is that we’ll wake up on our 70th birthday and say, “Oh my God. I’ve wasted my life.”

This is wrong.

This is backwards. We’re not here to work ourselves into the ground, doing what others expect, putting up with soul-sucking drudgery.

What we do for HALF our waking hours should NOT SUCK.  We all deserve better than that.

I vision a world where you (and everyone else) use your highest strengths to make a difference in the world in ways you care about. I want what you do to be a full expression of who you are. And I want you to be having such a good time doing it, that it doesn’t feel like work. I want you to jump out of bed eager to get to work, saying, “I can’t believe I’m getting paid to do this!”


I understand being stuck in soul-sucking work because I’ve been there, and I’m never going back.  I help people do work they love… work that has purpose.  I’m Steve Hingle, Certified Positive Psychology Coach, and an expert at resolving internal conflicts.  My clients say that I’m a great listener, provide incredible perspective and insight, and that I quickly get to the heart of the matter. My left and right brain are balanced, so I’m skilled at being compassionate, strategic, and creative.  I’m awesome at helping people get past internal blocks to doing what they love.  My prices are reasonable.

I can help you:

  • Figure out what to do for a living.

  • Come up with a plan for transitioning into a new career.

  • Take serious action on that plan.

  • Get past blocks to doing what you love.

  • Start a new business, if that’s what you want.

  • Find ways to enjoy your current work during the transition.

Want to see if we’re a good fit for each other? Call me, Steve Hingle, (608-572-0084) or e-mail me today.  Signing up at top right gets you a free coaching session.

Besides career coaching, I also help people:

  • Get through midlife transitions

  • Get unstuck or find their way

  • Create a life of balance and authentic happiness

  • Become more purposeful and spiritual in each moment

  • Improve relationships

  • Become more emotionally intelligent

Why do I work with Big-Picture Introverts?

First, I’m one myself, and second, these are the people in my experience (and theirs) that I coach best.  For you, this means I “get” you and I know how to coach you better than a coach who doesn’t focus on big-picture introverts.  Introvert mostly means that you get your energy by being alone, and get drained in big groups.  Also, you sometimes feel like you have something to contribute but people won’t stop talking long enough for you to organize your thoughts and say what you think.  Besides being a good fit for each other, we can talk about the challenges you might have living in a world that seems to value extroversion.

What does it mean to be Big-Picture?

Big-Picture is another way of saying Intuitive based on the Myers-Briggs classification.  You’re an intuitive if you like looking at the big picture, patterns, and how things fit together.  You like to imagine the future and what could be, and you’re prone to follow hunches.  In contrast the Myers-Briggs Sensor type stays in the present, using their five senses, and likes to look at all the details.  If you’re a big-picture person, then I have some tools for radical perspective that you’ll be able to jump right into – tools that the Sensor just has trouble “getting.”  We can also talk about the challenge you have staying present, and how to work with that.

People who work with me also:

  • Are usually 35 – 55

  • Are introspective

  • Have a degree and love learning

  • Want a coaching partner, not someone to tell them what to do

  • Tend to be progressive

  • Usually desire to be of service, especially by helping people

Want to see if we’re a good fit for each other, or talk about what’s going on with you?  Call me, Steve Hingle, (608-572-0084) or e-mail me right now.  First session is free when you sign up below.