I'm back with a Week 2 update. (Don't know what I'm talking about? Click here to read about Week 1.) Long story short, I'm doing my own forgiveness challenge using the technique outlined in Iyanla Vanzant's book Forgiveness: 21 Days to Forgive Everyone for Everything. This is the second post, in a series of three posts, where I share my personal insights & practices inspired by my experience. It is my intent to offer information that may interest you in your journey of forgiveness. I am not prescribing the use of any of these practices as a form of treatment for physical or medical problems without the advice of a medically licensed professional.
Fear, doubt, & guilt are some of the key culprits that make us believe we can't change directions in our lives even when we know the path we're on just isn't the right fit anymore.
I'm on a mission to change our perspective.
Join me for the Rewrite Your Story series where I'll interview relatable, fun & inspiring women. We'll talk about fear, success, overwhelm & just have an honest conversation about life & how they keep going even when life doesn't go as planned.
I know the question, "What is a life coach anyway?" often comes up. From my perspective, a life coach is a professional who uses a combination of tools, strategies & intuition to help you experience a mindset shift, tackle an emotional difficulty or successfully achieve an action-oriented goal. If you were studying math & couldn't grasp it you'd hire a mat tutor right? A professional who uses a combination of tools, strategies & intuition to guide you from where you are to where you want to be faster.