Craft Your Dream in Israel: Personalized Life Coaching for English-Speaking Immigrants
Personalized sessions tailored to your unique needs and goals.
10 years of experience supporting English-speaking immigrants in Israel.
Focus on career, relationships, personal growth, and cultural adaptation.
Flexible packages to fit your budget and timeline.
Bonus resources and ongoing support for long-term success.
About Claude Lee Massey, Life Coach and Career Counselor for English Speakers in Israel
I still remember the day I arrived in Israel, I had NO money – NO friends – and NO job.Culture shock, fear, doubt… I know how you feel.I gave up my job working as a well-paid sales team manager to start at the bottom, and I actually started working in a kitchen as my first job in Israel!It took me several years of living in Israel before I found a decent-paying job at a tech company.I was working for this company, and was promoted to a leadership position when I had a powerful self-realization:
I looked back into my past and understood that I was always asked to be a leader + trainer + teacher… and I absolutely loved doing it!Therefore, with my 15+ years of experience in the field of sales and customer service I decided to open a sales training company.I never thought that I would open my own business in Israel… but I did!I decided to name my sales training company Sales Development Israel.Then, I began to use all of my spare time before work and after work creating training materials, and trying to acquire clients.In addition, I was sending emails and cold calling companies in Tel Aviv, Herzliya, Ramat Gan, Jerusalem, Bat Yam, and Holon.Basically, I was reaching our across the whole country of Israel in my efforts.
Great news is that I was able to find my first few corporate sales training clients!
Something I immediately noticed was at the conclusion of my sales training workshops, two things would happen consistently happen: Firstly, I would receive feedback that my sales training workshops were providing massive value for the sales team.Secondly, one or two of the students in the courses would privately approach me.
These students would speak with me about their struggles not only in sales, but also in their lives.
Then one time, a female student offered to pay me for a one-on-one session outside of the office.She asked me to help her learn how to communicate more effectively, and to help her figure out a better career path.Another student, approached me and offered to pay me for my time to help prepare him for a job interview.