Business Coach Judy Merrick-Lockett is an insightful and compassionate coach who helps business people accomplish their dreams and goals with a feeling of ease and fulfillment.

You might be surprised to know that she spent the first 22 years of her career selling technology to large corporations and running a small construction firm that she founded. In sales she achieved superior results, consistently exceeding sales goals and earning top producer standings.

How did she move from technology sales to coaching? As Judy put it “The first time I read about coaching and realized that I could help people get exactly what they wanted from life, I was smitten. What fun it is to assist other people in achieving their dreams with ease!”

She specializes in coaching business owners, executives and professionals in creating ease and abundance in their lives. As a widowed mother of two and breast cancer survivor, she has learned how to combine the corporate tools she learned with coaching principles.

Judy completed an intensive coaching certification process and is certified as an ontological effectiveness coach. She has implemented lessons from The Law of Attraction, The Secret and Spiritual Business Building into her own life and developed a process that speeds people to achieving their goals with peace, confidence, trust and ease.

Business Coach Judy now teaches business opwners, executives and professionals how to “Harness The Winds of Success.”

Training and Related Experience

•University of Minnesota Morris, – BA History
•Owner - Merrick Construction
•Successful corporate IT sales with fortune 100 companies – 20 years
•Ideal Coaching Certification (CEC)
•10-day Vipassna Meditation
•Mind-Body Methods – Pathways to Radiance – 1 year of study
•Spiritual Business Building Coursework – Coaching from Spirit
•Spring Forest Qigong Level 1
•Psych-K Coursework (re-programming the subconscious)
•Staff Coach for Ideal Coaching
•Extensive Sales Training Experience

On a personal note...

Judy loves spending time with her two children. That means that you’ll often find her in the gym watching basketball or volleyball games or down at the horse stables. She is a regular member of a support group for widows as well as a book club that she co-founded fourteen years ago.

She volunteers with her children’s basketball and volleyball associations and is involved at Rolling Ridge Stable in Wayzata. She and her family love to travel and have had numerous trips throughout the US as well as internationally.

Now that her children are teenagers, Judy is finding the time to spend a few hours on the golf course and getting back to another great love – tennis.