Early Career

"What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals."

- Zig Ziglar

Hilary Hinton "Zig" Ziglar was an American author, salesman, and motivational speaker

 

After graduating with Honors and earning my bachelor's degree in Human Development from Lynchburg College in Lynchburg, Virginia, 

I began my career as a pre-school teacher and site director for the Washington-Metropolitan YMCA in Bethesda, Maryland.

 

Unfortunately, by the middle of my first year of teaching family matters prompted a relocation back to my hometown of Westfield, New Jersey. Unable to obtain a teaching position mid-year, I decided to follow in the footsteps of my grandfather, great uncle, father, and mother by entering the world of business.

 

I worked as an advertising sales executive for major corporations like Verizon Information Services, Indeed, and Titan Advertising.

Eventually, wanting to "marry" my two passions - education and business, I moved into the K-12 educational curriculum arena becoming a territory sales manager for Kendall Hunt Publishing Company. 

 

So, how has my experience prepared me to become a coach? 

 

To be a successful, effective teacher, I had to adopt a "continuing education" mentality, practice patience, participate in teamwork, learn to adjust my teaching methods in order to accommodate various learning styles, and develop cogent communication skills, mentorship, and leadership skills.

 

To be a successful, effective saleswoman, I had to learn to keep moving forward despite rejection or setbacks, truly understand who my clients were and what their needs are, hone listening and communication skills, rationally discuss concerns and apprehensions upfront, present and educate in a concise, constructive manner, quickly establish trust, and identify with clients by learning the art of compelling storytelling.  

 

To read about my transition from my 14-year sales career into chronic pain coaching, please click here

 

 

 

To be a successful, effective teacher, I had to adopt a "continuing education" mentality, practice patience, participate in teamwork, learn to adjust my teaching methods in order to accommodate various learning styles, and develop cogent communication skills, mentorship, and leadership skills.

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"We are experts in addressing the underlying issues that often perpetuate and worsen pain.

You and your physician are experts in identifying and treating the symptoms and disease itself.

Together, we will help you get back to you." 

- Kairos Chronic Pain Coaching

U.S. Pain Foundation
Integrative Wellness Academy (Wellness and Life Coaching School)
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Christina H Chororos founded Kairos Chronic Pain Coaching in the fall of 2017 after obtaining her Integrative Wellness Life Coaching certification from the Integrative Wellness Academy.

 

Christina graduated with honors from Lynchburg University with a Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Learning in 2002. Recently, Christina was accepted into the University of Connecticut’s Pain Management Graduate Program.

 

Christina is a decade-long deep infiltrating endometriosis sufferer, speaker and, suicide prevention + chronic pain patient advocate. 

 

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Last Updated: January 2020