It's the most wonderful time of the year. - Andy Williams A few years ago, I was one busy girl. My husband and I had 6...children between us, 5...work days per week, 4...businesses to grow, 3...rental properties to manage, 2...chronic health issues to wrangle, and...
Get Unstuck (3 Sessions)
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I believe that when you are stuck, it just means that it's time to GROW.
Humans, by nature, need to grow in order to truly thrive. The problem is when we need to grow, it is sometimes very difficult to understand which direction we should go. If we wait too long to make a decision, life starts to feel overwhelming...and overwhelm can feel paralyzing sometimes.
Getting "unstuck" involves gaining a new insight that turns into a vision and plan of action. This is sometimes hard to uncover on your own.
This is where I shine and can help you. After an initial listening session, I will begin the process of helping you excavate your own inner knowledge of where your next steps should lead you. (I believe you know best!)
Together, we will work with tools such as:
- Morning Pages Journaling
- Mind Mapping
- Affirmations and Manifesting
- Goal Setting and Tracking
- Designing Your Day with Evernote
- Habit Trackers
- Growth Amulets
- More Listening Sessions
We will work in 60-minute sessions via ZOOM, scheduled as you desire.
Once payment is processed, I will email you instructions on how to schedule our first session. Problems, contact me at email@example.com or 207-579-4550.
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