I am thrilled to be bringing you this brand new interview series with incredible stories from real people who quit their corporate careers to earn a living doing what they absolutely love! We’ll be chatting all about what it took for them to finally take the leap and build a life they’re obsessed with. A life fueled by passion, purpose, freedom, and adventure!
Loneliness is something we all face at certain points throughout our lives. It used to be an emotion I would try to avoid at all costs, and it’s an emotion that caused me an incredible amount of anxiety throughout most of my 20’s. Here are 4 ways I’ve learned to embrace my loneliness and use it as a vehicle for beautiful change and growth:
Are you under a constant pressure to work harder? Do you constantly feel like you could be doing better? Is your life centered on chasing “success” with all your might, but it never seems like you’re getting any closer to it? This post is for you.
When clients come to me, it’s usually for career guidance. Often times they’ve struggled for YEARS waiting for their dream career to simply unveil itself. And there’s a reason why that usually doesn’t happen. Here’s a little secret just for you...
I knew deep down that I was here for something bigger, that my life had a purpose, but I couldn’t seem to figure out what that was. Looking back now, I see it so clearly. I was so focused on the chaos that I wasn’t taking care of what mattered most – my body, my health and in turn, my heart and my soul.
For years I lived my life based on what other people would think of me. It affected all parts of my life so it’s no surprise that I turned into a bland, watered-down version of myself and felt completely lost.
Clients come to me not really knowing what their life purpose is, but they feel a strong sense of longing to uncover it. Usually it's right underneath their noses, they just need a bit of direction and clarity to bring their life purpose to the light.
What is spiritual awakening anyway? Spiritual awakening includes certain “symptoms” as they say, some of which include creating a new belief system for yourself, wanting more freedom and less stuff, the feeling that something has changed inside of you.
For many years, I just assumed I was biologically programmed for having a negative mindset and that’s who I was. I truly believed I was destined to live life with a negative inner voice constantly bringing me down.
I have to admit, I’ve been guilty of buying into these myths even though I knew they were holding me back. For years, I justified them by telling myself that they were keeping me safe and protected from failure or disappointment.