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Point Road Studios is a coaching and leadership development business based in upstate New York and serving customers around the world. Our focus is on helping businesses and creatives bring intention and choice into their work and lives. Whether you are wondering how to choose your path, grow your business or build your team, we are here to help.

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Point Road is a design studio for people. Yep, people. We help our clients solve problems and live into their greatest potential. Building our Point Road community, sharing ideas that catalyze, and creating beautiful and useful objects make us pumped to get out of bed each morning.

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Design Yourself

A weekly podcast for people who want to lead a well-designed life. Figure out what you want + make it happen.
 
 
 
 
 
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Latest Podcast

Design Yourself 109: Compassion and Love

This week Sharon talks about the power of compassion and love – for ourselves, our colleagues and our communities. Inspired by a recent gathering of colleagues focused on compassionate coaching, Sharon shares her reflections from the day. Hear about the importance of beginning this process with yourself, ways to play… Read more

Latest Blog Posts

Design Myself: I Choose Rituals Over Resolutions

At the top of 2018, I decided to take an intentionally different approach to the year. I resisted my impulse to set goals or create a word for the year or do anything that remotely sniffed of resolution making. (As an action-oriented lady, this resistance took some effort!) In past… Read more

Dangerous Not Scary

Here is a distinction that took my breath away recently. What’s so different about scary and dangerous? More specifically, what’s the difference between something being scary-not-dangerous versus being dangerous-not-scary? Short answer: A lot. Scary-not-dangerous is an intimidating but usually growth-filled space to play. Dangerous-not-scary situations compel us to remain stagnant… Read more