Business Resiliency Coach
Attachment is the root of suffering – Buddha
It wasn’t until recently that I truly understood the meaning of this quote when I realized how attached I was to MY expectations. How attached I was to the way I THOUGHT things should go.
How attached I was to my Ego.
While I’ve always known that I was put on this earth to be of service to others, I had no idea what that looked like. I knew I was meant for bigger and better things than the corporate job I had, I knew being of service to people was my purpose. I just had no idea what that looked like until 2017 when it was clear that coaching was my path. And not until 2019 did I realize the purpose of coaching was not just for business, but for humans and our Resiliency.
We are energetic spiritual beings confined to bodies and ruled by ego. It is possible to release the attachment to societal norms and expectations and live a life that is truly for your highest and best good, created by your highest self. Once we can release our attachment to outcomes and learn to see the world in a new way, then we understand what it means to be resilient and to stop suffering.
My gift of intuition helps me to understand my clients’ needs and thoughts in a way that allows for their personal transformations. There is no greater gift one can give oneself than the power to let go of external/ego driven ideas.
As a non-traditional student, I graduated Coe College (and turned 30) in May of 2004 with Business degree. Originally I thought computer science was what I would study during college, but it only took a semester and a half to realize that my brain didn’t function that way. I switched to business immediately and ALL of my electives were psychology and sociology based. Since graduation I’ve continued to learn about psychology, positive psychology to be more specific, and cognitive behavioral therapy, neuro-linguistic programming, human design, mindfulness, confidence building, gratitude and Theta Healing. Little known fact, I’m also a mediator…. Resiliency coaching is far more satisfying than mediation, but I can still help you should you need it. 🙂