About Me

Hi, I’m Jen Rice: a mid-life global nomad and recovering corporate strategy geek who is finally being true to myself… which allows me to create a life that really lights me up. My mission is to empower women to become confident creators… and no matter what you think of the term “creator,” every single one of us creates our own realities, intentionally or not.

Create a more meaningful career path? New relationship? New entrepreneurial venture? A life that brings you joy? Creation becomes easy only when it emerges from who we really are.

The path to discovering and loving my true self, warts and all, was neither easy nor a straight line. I have a neurological glitch called low self-concept clarity… which means that if I can do this work, anyone can.

In addition to personal transformation, I spent the last couple decades in corporate transformation. I’ve advised corporate leaders in global companies on how to crush their goals by being more customer-centric. I’ve spoken on stage to rally organizations around their unifying ideas. I have an inordinate level of expertise in what makes people tick, which was gained through decades of customer research. All these experiences inform my self-discovery practice. And yet I’m happiest when I can be helpful… when I can be a sherpa who can guide others through uncertainty, and train them to see within that darkness.

In February of 2019, I sold everything in the US and flew overseas on a 1-way ticket. At the time, I simply thought I wanted to live overseas. I now know that this was the dark cocoon into which I’d crawl and, in solitude across 16 countries, become… myself.

Where I Find Myself was born out of this journey.

I’m now making my home in Tbilisi, Georgia (the country, not the state), working and living on my own terms, and living the life I didn’t dare think was possible for me. If you’re ready to do the same, head over to The Practice page for 1:1 coaching or Real Work page for anything business-related. Or simply email me at jrice at whereIfindmyself.com.

If you want to follow along on my travels and photography, please visit my personal blog at www.jenrice.net.