“Life can be messy, and it’s our job to clean ourselves up, find the good, and carry on. A firm believer that we all do the best we can with what we’ve got, I’ve been blessed with many relationships and experiences that were fabulous teachers. Some of these teacher experiences were little rocks in the road and some were huge boulders that took my breath away. And yet, all of these lessons, even the horrific, proved to be a blessing. I’ve experienced everything from various forms of abuse, to getting married in the National Cathedral, to closing down a $6 million dollar business I built from the corner in my dining room, to conquering my last single fear of public speaking.
Blending humor and insight, I am an author, speaker, and coach that helps others manage stress, toxic people and challenging situations. I support anyone looking to take back their power and learn how to manage their emotions, especially those struggling to overcome verbal and emotional abuse. My small hope is that I can let you know that what you are feeling, what are you worried about, and what you are experiencing, don’t make you anything but human.” Kim Roman Corle
Little Facts About Kim
- 1. I love to cook. And listen to music. And dance. All at the same time. No kidding.
- 2. I will always live with animals. At one point, I had the makings of an arc – two of everything, dogs, cats, tanks of fish, and hermit crabs.
- 3. My first business was a cleaning company at the age of 15. I bought cases of PineSol and still think it’s the Cadillac of cleaners.
- 4. Mary Tyler Moore was my first hero.
- 5. Red wine rules. Seriously, I love it.
- 6. I met the love of my life at 40. Love happens.
- 7. I could eat sushi for breakfast and I snack on seaweed.
- 8. I’ve raised the neatest people I know, I don’t know how I pulled the lucky card on kids, but I did.
- 9. Hardshell crabs are one of natures gifts, they create an instant party and are damn fine food.
- 10. I’ve never met a stranger, I think we are all connected and always have been.
Kim Roman Corle is an accomplished motivational consultant and speaker who draws from her vast life experiences and her professional background as a marketing and communications entrepreneur and executive to help others deal with life issues and family dynamics.
Ms. Roman Corle is the author of several books including WOW, Wipe Out Worry, a guide to managing worry in 7 practical, easy steps, a guide to raising teenagers in the new millennium and an upcoming book, which focuses on ‘Life Lessons You Might Have Missed.’ She speaks to concerned parents and provides coaching to women and families struggling to overcome verbal and emotional abuse.
While raising children, she has experienced everything from creating a multi-million dollar company to bankruptcy, from a fairy tale wedding at the National Cathedral to fleeing her home with her children to escape abuse. Most importantly, she has found true love, happiness and prosperity and along the way has learned about personal spirituality and the importance of helping yourself and taking back your power.
Known for her energetic leadership skills and innovative approach to marketing, branding initiatives and business development, Ms. Roman Corle began her professional career in 1985 when she founded The Final Product, a pioneer in integrated direct mail production, graphic arts and consulting under the umbrella of one company. Later, Ms. Roman Corle led marketing and communications for Apptis, a Federal Information Technology contractor, through five company acquisitions, aggressive expansion and a comprehensive rebranding process over a period of five years.
A firm believer in social responsibility and community service, Ms. Roman Corle is a leader and community supporter of the National Race for the Cure, the American Red Cross, the Salvation Army and the Shelter House in Fairfax, VA. Ms. Roman Corle is a graduate of Hood College and she was listed in Smart CEO as a community leader and she and her husband, Blaine, live in Fairfax with their blended family of four.
Through writing, speaking, and coaching, I help people learn how to manage their perspective and find the beauty that life offers. Some of the topics I cover are:
- verbal and emotional abuse- how to recognize and manage it
- divorce and all that comes with it
- co-parenting and blended families
- toxic bosses and difficult work relationships
- codependency struggles
- personal or professional crisis
My services and support include:
To learn more, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 703-517-7676 for more information.