I'm so glad you're here.
Let's see if this resonates.
When you look at your life on paper, you have it pretty good. You've done cool things, traveled a bit, developed skills, achieved some success, and even failed a time or two. Your financial needs are met, you're healthy (hopefully), and you have people in your life who you really care about.
And, you are incredibly grateful for all of it.
Yet, for some reason, something feels off. You get anxious or angry or depressed and you're not sure why. You wonder if you need a new career, relationship, house, another gold medal or a litter of puppies.
You may think, "I have this great life, why do I feel this way?"
You are not alone.
I felt that way for a long time.
Through my study of the Three Principles, I began to understand how our human minds actually work.
Hint, it's not from the outside, in, as we are taught.
We experience life from the inside, out.
With this new understanding, I found new reservoirs
of happiness, joy, and fulfillment.
Now, I help others to do the same.
Is it shocking to hear a coach say that I don't believe in self-improvement?
Well, it's true.
I'm not here to fix you.
Because you are not broken.
I'm here to help you be with yourself in a new way. To develop a new relationship to all the parts you have been hiding, running, eating, drinking, exercising, working, controlling, worrying, or people-pleasing from or covering up.
I could offer some cliché about helping you to wake up, listen to your inner wisdom, or find your true self, which always sounds so trite. Even though that's totally what ends up happening.
So I'm not going to say that.
Even though I just did.