I believe the legacy of every human being can be positively realized.  Most of us are not

developing the kind of legacy that allows us to be as happy and satisfied as we'd like to be.

I coach, think and speak about achieving personal life legacies so that others can see a way forward with greater simplicity. If the path to legacies is inspiring and supported, more people will be able to experience

happiness and personal satisfaction.

If the bridge to a positive legacy is paved clearly, more people will be able to experience a happy and satisfying life.



Designing a legacy can be confusing which sometimes makes people feel afraid and overwhelmed. I wake up every day and pave a way to "legacy fulfillment" so more people can live a happy and satisfying life.

Key Characteristics

1. Courage: We believe anybody's legacy can be transformed through the power of coaching.

2. Long Term Thinking: We create the most beautiful legacy plans for our clients that look forward 3, 5, 10 as well as 100 years out. 

3. Big Picture Vision: We are dedicated to invite those closest to you into your legacy vision because other's people alignment adds to it.

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Critical Actions

1) Planning for the week, month, year...;

2) Reviewing plans;

3) Creating new possibilities;

4) Updating skills & levels of awareness.


Over the past twenty years while working in Greater Los Angeles (California, USA), Angelina Carleton has cut her teeth dealing with various types of people and solving their specific problems. She has lived through both years of success as well as failure.

Growing up in a military family (USAF, 05) allowed her the opportunity to travel while experiencing different cultures - allowing for a diverse knowledge and intricacies related to each culture.  Her dedication to the tasks at hand has gained her the recognition as a 2015 Los Angeles (LA Biz) Women of Influence. 

The biracial upbringing personalized the 'east meets west' dynamic, bringing it right to the kitchen table: lively structured debates taught her the skills of listening and understanding the different perspectives while entrenching the importance of persistence and tenacity.

The core values of learning and personal exploration give Ms. Carleton a curiosity and a knowing of how to relate to each client with their specific needs.  

By using her ability of in-depth listening, exploration with the client and intuition, Angelina leans into these pillars as tools to re-frame a client's goals and provide a path to their personalized legacy plan.

Her dedication to uncover the client’s needs, wants, and desires enables her to be honest with them in providing realistic real time feedback.  These insights are what is desired by certain clients who are surrounded by “yes” people on a daily basis.

Angelina is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University (Class of 2000) as well as the Co-Active Coaching Institute (6 month certification in 2014/Executive Education program).

Ms. Carleton is a 13th generation American on her paternal side with the arrival of English settlers who established themselves in Rowley, Massachusetts in 1638. Author on genealogy and New York attorney, Morrison DeSoto Webb, has documented the Carleton ancestry to 1066. She wed in Dorchester, Ontario, Canada given the town's history to Sir Guy Carleton.

In 1639, the original Carleton, Edward, was one of five men chosen "to order the affairs of the town of Rowley, Massachusetts (USA); Edward served on a committee to survey and lay out the town. In 1642, he was made a Freeman. In 1645-1648, he was a member of the Grand Jury and spent his time in court service. By 1648, he was made a Commissioner. His son, John Carleton, was County Recorder and County Clerk for Writs for the town of Haverhill and also Constable. Edward's grandmother, Ellen Strickland, has her roots documented back to 519-534 AD to England.

Her paternal great grandfather, Herman W. Smart, was a past member of the Golden Fleece Lodge and Mount Sinai's first active Secretary between 1944-1971 in Marblehead, MA. Her other paternal great grandfather, Herbert Carleton, also held a Grand Lodge of Masons membership card in Massachusetts.  She commenced her "Building You Legacy" Series on video and audio with her cousin, Karl Neville, to chat about legacy.

She serves as a mentor in the Seedstars network as well as on the GLEN (Global Luxury Expert Network) for the The Luxury Institute. Mrs. Carleton is listed in the "Americans Welcome Switzerland" directory for Swiss Wealth Management Services.

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