It is such a privilege to be able to help women around the world start living their passions! As a Certified Coach I get to help teach women how to live a life of happiness and abundance, get clear on their visions, and overcome the obstacles that are preventing them from getting to that next level.
So, how did I get to this point?
I am just an American girl with a wanderlust soul who, after living in several different cities and countries, found her home in New York City. As a child my parents always described me as "13 going on 30". I was always trying to figure out the little details of life and how they fit into the bigger picture. I am also a planner and I had my whole life mapped out at a very young age.
But the Universe had a different plan for me...
Before I get too far ahead of myself, I guess I should tell you what my master plan was.
I was going to work really hard at being successful, climb the "corporate ladder", reach the top, and prove myself "worthy". But, worthy of what? Why did I think that if I accomplished all of that then I would find value in my life? I guess I didn't have it all figured out, but the Universe entertained my ambitious spirit for a while.
I found myself making decisions about my career based on a marriage and family I didn't have. I bought furniture that would be child proof and I thought that by the time I finished college I needed to find a husband. By the age of 26 I was at the top of my career path, had a water resistant sofa with a lifetime warranty (just in case my nonexistent children spilled something on it), and had been married and then divorced a year later.
Reaching the top of my career path only five years out of college felt like the light at the end of the tunnel was in plain sight and yet I wondered why I didn't feel like running towards it?
The truth is: I actually didn't feel like going down that path anymore at all.
I wasn't happy.
I was living in the future.
I was focusing on the things I didn't have instead of the things that were right in front of me.
Everything I thought I "should" be doing had suddenly fallen apart. I realized I was trying so hard to live a life that someone else told me I was supposed to live and it wasn't right for me.
Here I was divorced with no children and living with a roommate for the first time since college, but at the top of my career path. The definition of success that I had been taught was becoming a reality I didn't want. I started reevaluating my goals and what was driving me.
For the first time in my life I asked myself: "What do I want?"
It all became very simple, what I was chasing after was a life filled with more joy and happiness.
That day I made the decision to stop living for the light at the end of the tunnel and to start living fearlessly and passionately now, and to trust that my intuition will help guide me towards my purpose if I just pay attention.
From there I went on to start my own business so I could share everything that I have learned with all of you and help you become the person that you have been searching for today!
To Your Success!