Where I come from:
I come from the thoughts and fears regarding my diagnosed anxiety, ADD, clinical depression, borderline personality disorder and probably more.
I come from the beliefs that happiness and success is something earned, not learned.
I come from the thoughts that told me I wasn't enough just as I am. I come from feeling like the victim; feeling like the world was against me.
If you can't tell...I was wrong. Keep scrolling if you'd like to see more about my journey and path.
My path and education:
I still remember being on a road trip on a sunny day, years ago, listening to a podcast about coaching. I remember feeling inspired. I had never thought about coaching as a career. All I knew is that I value authenticity and one-on-one connection. I knew I wanted to help people in more than just one area of their life. I wanted to transform people; to take them where no one else has gone. I wanted to change the world, one person at a time.
Of course, I knew I wouldn't feel able to help others until I worked on myself. Lucky (or blessed, as I see it) for me, I was introduced to some strong people throughout my life. These people taught me that I can create my path; I can change my ways; I can be whoever I want to be and achieve any dream. So I chose to be happy. I chose to not give up on finding my happiness, even if it was the last thing that I did.
The answers were not as easily retrieved as I thought. First, I studied the physiology of the body though exercise and nutrition. I did this through being eager and active in the gym at college. Then, I had to conquer my mind (seemingly the only thing holding me back), so I majored in Psychology. That still wasn’t enough. I dove head first into psychology and philosophy and theology books. Eventually I found what I was looking for--and now I want to guide you.
I graduated from the University of Southern Indiana and then became a health coach for nearly a couple years. I developed some strong coaching skills and built relationships through my work in the corporate world. At one point, I felt it was my calling to quit and start my own business so I could help people in more ways than the corporate world would allow.
I’m most definitely not perfect. You aren’t either. I love who I am, and it’s my mission to impact and love as many people as I meet. If you’re determined to live the best quality of life...let’s talk.
I have a firm belief that every human has an innate desire to be better. Everyone has bad days, myself included. Life is hard, but humans are tough. With the right guidance, social support, mental resilience, physical health, etc...you are limitless. If I can impact one person in a positive way--that is enough purpose for me.
"It is not knowledge, but the act of learning, not possession but the act of getting there, which grants the greatest enjoyment." -Carl Friedrich