Crushing your Goals!

Are you really good at setting goals for yourself but not as good at follow-through?

Do you struggle with figuring out where to start with big goals?

Do you excel with short-term goals but have difficulty figuring out what your big-picture long-term goals are? 

Then this workshop is for YOU! Join me to learn more about creating big, sparkly goals that align with your dreams AND how to implement them using research-backed tools. 

This 60-minute Zoom Webinar is being offered LIVE on only one date:

Thursday, May 13th at 8:00 pm US/EDT (7pm CDT/6pm MDT/5pm PDT)

Spaces are limited, so register early. Once you've registered, you'll receive an email confirmation and the link for the webinar.  NOTE: make sure to check your spam/promotions for the email where you "confirm" your registration. Without this confirmation, you will not receive the link.

 For issues or questions, please reach out on the CONTACT page of this website. Thanks!


Ingela Onstad, MM, LMHC, BCC, holds a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and specializes in performance anxiety for musicians and other performing artists. She has completed thousands of hours of clinical experience with a variety of ages and issues and has presented on the topic of performance anxiety at institutions such as the University of New Mexico, Colby College, Fort Lewis College, New Mexico School for the Arts, Tulane University, Portland State University, University of Texas at El Paso, and Rio Grande NATS. Her coaching business, Courageous Artistry, aims to support performing artists in their quest to perform at the top of their abilities. 


In addition, Ms. Onstad is a soprano who has enjoyed a varied international career in opera, concert work, and contemporary music. Operatic highlights include performances at Dresden’s Staatsoperette, Oldenburgisches Staatstheater, Landestheater Schleswig-Holstein, and the Santa Fe Opera, and performances with the New Mexico Philharmonic, Bad Reichenhaller Philharmonie, Chicago Arts Orchestra, Opera Southwest, and the Santa Fe Symphony. Read more about her HERE.