Hard working, achiever, ambitious, independent, strong, unstoppable, confident, successful, and amazing are words you hear people use to describe you. How can you do so much and still have time to sleep?
Do you look successful on the outside to others, yet do not feel happy, fulfilled, and successful on the inside? Are you not where you want to be in life yet? What will it take to get there?
After working for 25 years in Western medicine, I no longer feel in alignment with this type of care. The system has too many barriers to allow us to provide the exceptional patient centred care that we want to provide. This puts limits on our practice making it challenging to feel fulfilled.
I have retired from Nurse Practitioner practice into transformational coaching. The work I do helping others to transform their health without prescription drugs or painful treatments is much more appealing.
My work involves transforming lives of those who are ambitious, hard-working. Many times "work hard until your eyeballs bleed" is something we have been told is necessary to be successful in life. So we associate our work and accomplishments with our self-worth.
The connection of external achievemnets to self-worth is is dangerous. What about your innate worthiness that has nothing to do with what you "DO"? AHA! Time for a change?
Begin your transformational journey with clarity. Identify where you are at now and where are you want to go by understanding clearly your vision and set the direction of your sails.
Learn to identify
your blind spots
What is it that you are not seeing for yourself? A transformational coach can help you to see what you are not seeing deep down to the level of your identity.
Discover your true authentic self
Be responsible to discover and live the real authentic version of yourself. Be committed to you, your worthiness and your value in the world.
Set the bar and achieve your goals
Transform your life as I have with coaching. I have learned key strategies to gain success in life in my relationships, wealth and health. Hindsight is 2020 and living in survival mode was destructive an unhealthy.