Meet Olga, Your Confidence Coach

Welcome to Olga’s Way Coaching!

I’m a confidence life coach for women.

I wholeheartedly believe that we can have it all.

Love, wealth, health.

I’m on a mission to help women uncover the thinking errors that prevent them from success, in ALL areas of life.


Life coach for women

Meet Olga, your confidence coach

I’m a confidence life coach for women.

I wholeheartedly believe that we can have it all.

Love, wealth, health.

I’m on a mission to help women uncover the thinking errors that prevent them from success, in ALL areas of life.

About me…

I’m happily married and I’m blissfully and IVF mother (to my sweet boy, Mateo Ari). I’m a former therapist, a mindset, leadership and confidence coach for women.

My biggest pleasure in life is to help women achieve the impossible, from a place of self-love and confidence. 

I am a big COFFEE lover.



Confidence Coach for women

 My clients describe as having a loving, non-judgemental but assertive approach. I have spent much of my time studying confidence and therapeutic techniques that lead to inner transformation.

When my clients are coaching themselves on subjects we cover in sessions, they often refer to this act as; “Olganizing things”. That’s right, they’ve made a verb out of my name.

My name is Carol Openshaw, and I am a registered social worker at CHEO and Roger Neilson House, and have the tremendous privilege of offering the perinatal bereavement program to the Eastern Ontario region. I have had the pleasure of collaborating with Olga over the course of fifteen years, both professionally as a recipient of her incredible presentations and workshops, and then most recently by requesting that she participate as a guest facilitator in the perinatal bereavement. When I began my role at RNH, working both with parents who were anticipating grief and with those actively grieving their children, I was confident that Olga’s gentle, wise, and determined approach would be of benefit to my families who were suffering multiple traumas- the trauma of their child being chronically ill, the trauma of knowing  what was to come, and the trauma of living a day to day without predictability.  Then , as my role evolved to supporting almost entirely the population of parents who suffered perinatal loss, I was confident that Olga could assist these families to learn invaluable skills to reduce their anxiety, which almost all reported to be coping with.  Olga has allowed these families to develop some acceptance of their new normal, and to allow them space to understand how their lived experiences will contribute to their coping in the future. I am very grateful for this continued partnership and look forward to many more years of collaboration!!

Carol Openshaw

Palliative Care Social Worker


As a certified social worker, I have many years of experience under my belt. However, the knowledge I am imparting you with in my programs comes from a place of authenticity and lived experiences.

Not only has life taught me these skills, but I am constantly and consistently doing the work I preach for myself! 

Putting myself last in EVERY relationship I had was the only thing I knew to do when it came to showing my love and caring for others. Often leaving me with a feeling that I wasn’t enough—not appreciated enough, not loved enough, not good enough…


I was a fixer, an over-giver, a perfectionist and a worrier—every day, all year long.


The result? A divorce, a burnout and a desire to quit my job as a social worker with high anxiety. 


It was not fun. It was devastating. 

I knew something had to change and it wasn’t any of the things I had already worked on…something different, something that would allow me to sustain my power and confidence regardless of who was around me and what was going on in my life.

I needed to feel complete, loved and important…BY ME.

Finally, I had the realization that working on my mindset and what went on inside my head was top priority.

Don’t mean to brag, but I now find it hard to remember the days where I worried about what others thought.

I feel unshakable about my confidence and self-love.

My marriage is healthy and strong.

I set clear boundaries with ease, saying no is as easy as saying yes and, I honestly and sincerely can say, I love who I am, imperfect and all.

I avoid no difficult conversation and I wear my big girl pants in order not to take things personally. 

…It IS true, all these things can happen when we make the decision to care enough about putting our needs first.

Are you ready to live the life you were meant to live?


You’re in the right place!