I’m not special. There’s no magical method or secret. I just learned that we all possess a power within us to become who we want to be and live the life we want. It all starts by choosing to change ourselves and create the results we want.
In my early twenties, I found myself living in a life that did not feel like my own. I was an overwhelmed single mom stuck in a soul-sucking job. I felt like I was living in somebody else's life. I was desperately trying to find myself. My spiritual faith provided a firm foundation, and yet something still felt missing.
I looked like I had it all together, on the outside, on the inside I was a hot mess. Struggling with low self-esteem and living in a constant state of fear. I wanted to feel confident and happy. Instead, I mastered “fake it ‘till you make it” in the most dysfunctional way.
I knew I wanted something more, but I just couldn't figure out what that was until God, with all his sense of humor, came along and let my boss give me the message that I wasn't a good fit for this work. And I was fired.
Even after losing my job, I got up every day and “turned it on” for the people in my life. But inside, I was drowning. For the next few years, I struggled with repetitive negative self-talk, inner criticism, and paralyzing perfectionism. I kept waiting for something or someone outside of me to change that would provide me with the happiness, fulfillment, and confidence that I was searching for.
It was me that needed to change. I knew I was meant for more. I started looking at every experience...past and present, as happening for me instead of to me. I became passionate and was determined to learn whatever I could. I went into therapy, did emotional and energetic healing work, read a lot of books, attended classes, talks, and training.
I prayed, meditated, healed, stretched and grew. I learned so much found answers and most of all made some important changes.
I experienced transformation in a major way during that part of my development journey, but something was still missing. I would sometimes get triggered, returning to those familiar negative habitual patterns. I stumbled on the work of life coaching and that's when I realized what was missing…my brain!
I learned that even though I had done so much work and progressed, my brain hadn’t changed. It was still running on the same old programming I had lived with all my life.
Helping people SEE into their own souls where often their mind is blocking them.
Being full of random facts! I know a little bit about a lot of things. I'm really the perfect trivia partner.
The MANY career paths I tried before this one. Can you say Medical Practice Manager/Makeup-Artist/College Counselor/ Executive Recruiter?
Bringing the humor to all things in a cheeky way.
What I’m known for:
— Dr. Seuss
"Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind"