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I'm fine... really...

Have you come to the place in your life where it seems nothing really matters? Do you feel lost? Have you lost your dreams? Or do you not even have dreams anymore...

That's the place i was in several years ago.

It's not that I was unhappy... i was "fine." Things were just generally ok. But i heard a podcast that said that fine was ot ok. That when we're asked "How are you?" the answer shoudl be "I'm great! How are you?!" But that was not me...

Then I heard about life coaching... I heard that it could help me develop some clarity in my life. i thought i'd give it a shot. But even the thought of reaching out was overwhelming. I was scared for some reason. I didn't know what to expect. And i wondered if what I'd find was that i really was... just empty. And lost. Living a gray life.

It to make that first contact. I guess I finally got to the place where I just wanted -- no, I needed - something to change.

Getting started was difficult. I was asked questions I had no answers to. "What are your dreams? If you could do or be anything, what would it be?" And there we were, right from the start: I had nothing.

I met with my coach weekly for the next three months. I realized that i did have dreams. They were buried beneath the "fine" rubble of my life. I had to dig through some really gray rocks -- they seemed to be boulders -- to be able to find them.

Over those three months my outlook shifted. I had hope again. i had clarity. I had a mission and purpose. Even though outwardly my life may not have seemed to change, inwardly I was not the same person.

Now, several years later, I'm here to offer the same hope to others. I have graduated from the Jay Shetty Coaching School and have become a certified Life and Success Coach. When asked how I'm doing, my answer now is an enthusiastic "I'm GREAT! How are you?!"

If you're lost like i was, I would love to talk with you to see how I can assist you to become all you were meant to be. The life you want is within reach!

"If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change."

Wayne Dyer

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