My name is Olga Riabushenko.

As a coach, I help the CEOs of small and midsize companies, managers, and teams to be in a resourceful state and perform their best.

I am constantly improving myself, developing and learning from the best masters of their business.
Among them are Marshall Goldsmith, Goltis (Volodymyr Vuksta), Brian Tracy, Marie Forleo, and Marilyn Atkinson.

I love my job and my family. I love to meet sunrises, practice the Healing Impulse (Goltis Academy) and run in the fresh air. Whenever possible I dance ballroom dancing, contemporary dance, catch waves in the ocean with a surfboard, ski in the mountains and longboarding. I like to go on day trips, travel, and active recreation.

My big inspiration is the positive changes and great results of the participants of my programs.

Favorite results are when the coachee (one who is coached) systematically plans not only work tasks, but also what fills with energy: healthy eating, exercise, rest, time to communicate with yourself and loved ones.

Also when they put themselves at the top of the list of priorities, believes in their business and everything they create, use their own potential to its full extent and lives in harmony with themselves and others.




To know does not mean to act.

Сoaching is my tool to help you reduce the difference between “knowing how and what to do” and “doing what I know”.

I’m not an expert on how to motivate those who don’t need it. I work with those who know what they want and are ready to act.

The coach is responsible for quality coaching. The client is responsible for the results of coaching.

The American Society of Training and Development (ASTD) completed a study on accountability and found that you have a 65% chance of completing a goal if you commit to someone.