Troy Daronco

Feeling stuck? At a crossroads in your career, emotional life or relationship? Even the strongest among us can feel lost, unsure, ambivalent, or unhappy at times. I can help you understand and move through whatever life throws at you and show you how to do it successfully. I believe you have the ability not just to survive, but to truly thrive.

If you want empowering support and accountability to overcome the challenges you face on your journey to living your best life, explore coaching with me.

My mission is to help be the end of suffering by helping others to understand their suffering while creating a life worth loving.

I created my coaching practice out of a deep need to help people and to share what I have learned from my own journey. Over time I have l have come to accept that my greatest challenges, deepest heartbreaks and biggest disappointments have been the elements to shape my life and steer its direction the most. I haven’t always chosen the best choices but even then, my journey has been filled with lessons and opportunities I am grateful for.

I have come through huge losses and shifts in my life. I have lost parents, had a family member murdered, worked through my sexuality, buried close friends, come to understand my families short comings (and their strengths), forgiven those who have hurt me, working on forgiving myself, been deeply betrayed, changed careers, started 9 businesses, moved more than 30 times, have been homeless and found myself standing on the edge of a bridge and considered leaving the planet. I’m learning to appreciate and accept my age and all the grey hairs, hard knocks, hurts and wisdom that has come with it.

Daily I work on: my goals, my meditation practice, being gentler with myself, finding ways to being more present and loving with my wife, ways to make friends with and manage the voice in my head, deepen my connection to my soul, develop my friendships, chase what I really want, serving my clients deeply and create a legacy I am proud of.

“The reason a lot of people can’t find happiness is because they don’t look for it. They allow themselves to be stuck in the same situations. Sometimes happiness comes with the courage to break free.”
― Ron Baratono