About The Coach

BC_Barn_114x172Hi, I’m Brenda Cordle.  I’m a performance coach, speaker, and writer.  I help athletes and performing artists understand how to raise performance ceilings and lower performance anxiety so they can “nail it,” even when the pressure is on!

I understand the critical role emotional wellness plays in achieving one’s goals. I teach my clients leading edge tools that allow them to improve their skills and perform at their optimal level when it matters most. I am a Certified EFT Coach. EFT is a leading-edge method being used by professional and amateur athletes and performers around the world for improved performance!

Prior to becoming a coach, I spent over 30 years in the IT and Real Estate industries, first as a corporate employee and then as a business owner.  I attended my first coach training at On Purpose University in Winter Park, FL in 2005.  I coached clients on a part-time basis while running a real estate and consulting businesses until 2011, when I decided to make coaching my main focus.  In 2012 I attended the Coaching With Excellence program in Franklin, TN and became an “Endorsed Coach” with the 48days.com organization under the leadership of best-selling author and well known career coach, Dan Miller.

My initial work as a coach was focused on small business owners and women in career transition.  In 2013 I discovered Emotional Freedom Techniques® and found it to be a very effective tool to help clients reach their most challenging performance goals.  I became a Certified EFT Practitioner in 2014, and it was the catalyst that launched my business in a new direction. I am passionate about my work and I care deeply about my clients and their desire to reach their personal best level of performance in sports, on stage, and in life.  That passion comes from my own journey of overcoming self-doubt and low expectations of myself, which were born out of childhood trauma.  I am so grateful to now be able to serve others in a way that combines my love of coaching, sports, personal development, and emotional wellness.

I am an avid reader, brain science geek, sports fanatic, natural health nut, recreational runner, and dog lover.  For over 10 years, I have been a volunteer ministry leader working with women overcoming emotional wounds and childhood trauma.  I live in the Columbus, Ohio area with my very supportive husband, my two daughters, and my bulldog.  I am a graduate of Otterbein University.