An entrepreneur, artist, mother &
unshakable optimist devoted to helping you uncover your TRUE self and live a life full of freedom and expression.
I have been passionate and genuinely interested in people MY WHOLE LIFE.
I have always felt this immutable desire to inspire the best in others, while also in myself… but I had the emphasis ALL WRONG.
It took my brother’s death in 2016 to learn the hard truth about the notion of ‘inspiring others’.
I learned that nobody wants advice on how to live differently, to transform their lives. We don’t want advice, period.
When we are going through a hard time, all we truly want is for someone to hold space for us, exactly as we are. To love us, unconditionally, and see us as the limitless being we are- beyond the clouds that are blocking the sun! When we are in darkness, we need that other person to be their most radiant, loving selves in our presence. Allowing us the space to HEAL, process, observe, and BE in the presence of a different reality.
Marianne Williamson says:
“As we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.”
In other words, I believe our FIRST and MOST IMPORTANT JOB is to take care of ourselves; to get clear on who we are, what is important to us, and to work out our baggage. Only then are we able to inspire others, and it’s not by telling them what to do differently; it is by having the courage to show up as our best, most imperfect selves and therefore offering the invitation and the space for others to do the same.
This is where the magic happens.
The act of doing a cartwheel is a joy statement. It’s something I get the urge to do when I'm feeling on top of the world and completely free in my own skin and life.
And this is the feeling I want to create more of in the world!!! My deepest wish for you and for me, is to feel playful, daring, fun, and LIGHT on the regular.
When I think of the word cartwheel, I see it. It's uplifting it's expressive it's action-oriented. And that is what coaching is!