Meaningful Life Change

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Contact me for a complimentary exploration discussion around your needs and our custom fit.

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                          Change calling to us has a powerful presence!


 You may identify how sometimes there is just a whisper and other times it feels as if your inside voice

has a megaphone in hand and really wants to be heard and honored!  


Here is an invitation to take a journey back to yourself,

to lighten your load, repack you bags

and set off in a direction where your inner voice leads you....              

                              Our yearnings want to be expressed, actualized and brought to fruition in our lives!






















                   And, that is where I come in:  I support my clients by being present and listening for their voice

                   within.  We make distinctions, gain clarity, and remove barriers.  I call it pulling out the stops and

                   getting serious about living the life you know you are truly here to live.  We create a no judgement

                   zone where everything is about learning and discovery. Our time together will take you on an

                   inward path seeking, reflecting and questioning, and an outward one, to live with greater intention,

                   honor and commitment to what you know is true for you.












             Our ocean waves have power, beauty and grace....   and if you will honor them, personal ones do too.  



Take an honest look inside and discover what you are carrying in terms of work, relationships and purpose and ask yourself the question:  Are these my true north? Are they serving to move me forward in life, to give me energy, grow me and to allow me to express my fullest, truest and happiest self?  If you cannot answer yes to those questions, is  it time to choose to be accountable to yourself?  




"There was a disturbance in my heart, a voice that spoke there and said I want, I want, I want!

It happened every afternoon, and when I tried to suppress it, it got louder."  


Saul Bellow