The People Problem Experts
Our certified, professional coaches help individuals, leaders and teams increase productivity, overcome obstacles, and achieve goals.
We custom design dynamic keynotes and interactive workshops to motivate, inspire, educate and entertain your audience.
We partner with organizations to create a high-performing culture where employees and teams navigate change successfully, engage in healthy conflict, and communicate effectively.
Through personal stories combined with concrete skills, Darcy Luoma’s book, Thoughtfully Fit: Your Training Plan for Life & Business Success, draws on principles of being physically fit—like flexibility, agility, and strength—to train you to be mentally fit for life’s challenges.
What Is Sabotaging Your Success?
In her book, Thoughtfully Fit: Your Training Plan for Life & Business Success, Darcy outlines each of these hurdles and specific strategies to overcome them—so you can be successful, personally and professionally.
What is your biggest hurdle? Take the Thoughtfully Fit quiz and find out!
About Darcy Luoma
We are people problem experts. Darcy Luoma Coaching & Consulting creates high-performing people and teams by clearing the hurdles—and people problems—that get in the way of peak performance. We’ve been in business since 2013 and have worked in forty-eight industries with more than five hundred organizations. The work we’ve done has impacted tens of thousands. There isn’t a people problem we haven’t seen. Our elite team of professional, certified coaches and consultants is diverse and passionate about our mission.
Everything is grounded in our signature model, Thoughtfully FitⓇ, which was developed by Darcy Luoma after extensive research and thousands of hours working with clients. It’s a training plan to address the top six hurdles that get in the way of being high performing.
Doing an Ironman (2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike, and 26.2 mile run) is considered one of the ultimate endurance events. But I can tell you from personal experience that completing it is about so much more than swimming, biking and running. The Ironman is a mental game,...
My favorite day at the gym is arm day. I love the narrow focus on small muscles that you normally don’t think twice about. I love the simplicity of doing one muscle group at a time: first biceps, then triceps, shoulders, back and chest. I love feeling my body get...
People are often surprised to learn that some of the most important days of an exercise program are those where you intentionally do nothing at all. I learned this the hard way. When I started triathlon training, I spent every day running, biking, and/or...