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Can you forgive and move forward?


from this liminal state
we are reborn
into a threshold between worlds

through the fabric of fog
a map for another way
presents itself

we see – in a flash – how life could be
can we return to what is familiar
and make it new
finding mystery in comfort
or do i embark upon
the adventurous sensuous
on my own

to the acceleration of self-discovery
that can only come
from encouraging the emergence
of dormant forces

embracing this vantage point
let the past be memory

this pause
between present and future
is the alchemy
that will wake

there is barely a moment
even in morning twilight
when i forget
to remember
the shift is happening

i am a light in the harbor
leaving the weight
of the past at sea
change is my anchor
deep inside
peace is so close








“The greatest gift of forgiveness is that we free ourselves.”
~ Debbie Ford

I believe that transformation isn’t possible without forgiveness…of ourselves, and others.

Forgiveness allows us to release the pain the of the past by  relinquishing the burden of resentment, since holding onto it just keeps us imprisoned. Forgiving others does not absolve them from responsibility nor condone things they have done.

When we don’t forgive, a big part of us remains focused on negative, judgmental energy that could be used more productively in our lives, liberating our minds and hearts and opening us to possibility.

Forgiveness frees us from an attachment to the pain of the past, and validates our own self-worth and importance. We are removed from stagnant negativity while propelled to live with the full energy to move forward.

What will be available to you if you become willing to forgive? Join the conversation with me on Facebook.

Desire is not a dirty word

Do you get so caught up in the fear you won’t get what you want, that you don’t even allow yourself to become aware of what you truly desire?


And, if you do make contact with a desire, do you tell yourself all the reasons you can’t have it or why you aren’t worthy of it or why you’re supposed to give to everyone else but not yourself?

Those excuses are all there to keep us from actually feeling desire. But why?

In our culture, we’ve been told that desire is a selfish thing. If you believe in lack, then you believe that someone else will go without when you get what you want. But that’s not how the universe works at all! When you receive from an open, honest place, you aren’t taking from someone else.

We also have a belief in our culture that giving in to desire means we’ll become “greedy desire machines”—that we might become so addicted to our desires that we just take, take, take. But isn’t that fear irrational? Yes, there are greedy people in the world, but what is the likelihood that you’ll become out of control just because you allow yourself to feel desire? Greed is borne of a belief in lack and a fear that what you have will be taken from you. It’s highly unlikely that you will turn into a monster if you give yourself the freedom to want.

Here’s what I believe: Desire is a natural human impulse. Perhaps living without desire is possible if your home is an ashram isolated from society, but I think it’s a lot to expect of us to not strive and want and hope for bigger and better things. I’m not just talking about wanting objects like cars and houses and jewelry for the sake of accumulating “stuff.” I’m talking about a better quality of life in which abundance flows freely to you and from you. I’m talking about a way of life that allows your pitcher to be full and then overflow in generosity to others—both in terms of your finances and in terms of the qualities you want to express in your life.

First, you have to become more comfortable with desiring for yourself. First, you have to fill your own pitcher.

You can try desires on for size and make conscious choices later about what you really want to bring into your life. Just having a desire doesn’t mean you have to act on it. Again, the first hurdle is to become comfortable with the experience of desire, and the more you feel worthy, the more you will allow yourself to marinate in the feeling of wanting.

And right now, this isn’t about how you’re going to get what you desire. It’s only about figuring out what you want. Don’t allow your mind to become bogged down with “how” you will make your desires happen—not yet. Too often, we overwhelm ourselves with thoughts like, “I could never get this, so I won’t even think about it.” We don’t allow ourselves to dream without the logistics or implementation plan in place.

Don’t go there yet! For now, just begin to name and claim for yourself what you want. That’s the first obstacle most of us must tackle, and it’s not as easy as it would seem.

Once you begin to let yourself want, it’s important to expand what you believe you deserve and what you believe you can have. In other words, begin to think beyond your means. I’m not suggesting that you live beyond your means – that’s a totally different thing. Living beyond your means is a recipe for financial disaster and is actually a rebellious reaction to restrictive beliefs.

Instead, thinking beyond your means can be a remedy for deprivation and actually prevent over-spending.

Nearly all of us have a ceiling of what we think we can get in life. “I get this much, but no more,” we believe.

We put ourselves on a starvation diet that restricts us from experiencing as much pleasure and joy as we’re capable of. Even if we can imagine something more, it often feels like a fairytale. It doesn’t feel like something that could ever be real. But the ceiling that we create for ourselves is only a result of our limited beliefs—nothing else.

Why are we so much more comfortable thinking about what we can’t have and why we can’t have it than we are thinking about what we could have? It feels safer. We don’t have to risk failure or disappointment. We don’t have to risk the possibility of finding out that we aren’t as worthy as we’d hoped. That’s an irrational fear, of course, because we are indeed worthy! But it’s a fear that nearly everyone carries.

I know this all too well! I was the kind of person who woke up each morning and thought, “What do I have to worry about today?” I felt that I had to be hyper-vigilant in order to keep myself safe. I’m sure that was a result of what I experienced at such a young age when my brother died, and it took a lot of work to get rid of that habit.

We also love to complain and stay in our suffering space. Feeling deprived and restricted not only helps us feel safe, but it also gives us an excuse to gain sympathy. For many of us, sympathy feels like love. Have you ever competed with someone as to which one of you had it the worst? It’s hard to understand why anybody would want to win a contest like that, but in an odd way, it can help you feel special. “I’ve suffered more than you” becomes a mantra for some people, keeping them in a small enclosure.

The only way out of that small space is to turn on the tap and let your desires run free.

Lucky for us, we are capable of becoming aware of the limitations we have put into place and instead use our imaginations to think beyond our means. When we do that, we can swim past the invisible walls we have built—even if we’re still afraid of bumping our heads!

The idea is to create an open channel for what you desire in your life so that you are not as constricted by the limitations that you have carried since childhood.

Many of us are in a state of deprivation because the plate we hold for ourselves is too small. So, what I’m advocating isn’t about “magical thinking” or “manifesting” or accumulating a lot of stuff.

I’m simply suggesting that you give yourself permission to want. All you need to do is see that it’s possible to have more than you’ve been letting yourself have, and suddenly, your potential will begin to increase.

So, flex your dreaming and visioning muscles, and allow the full experience of desiring! But don’t just wait for the universe to provide. The next step is all about taking action!

Your 50-Desire List

I’ve had many clients write a list of 50 desires. The interesting thing about the exercise is that some of them believed a lot of their desires were outrageous or unattainable. Yet when I read their lists, from my perspective, only few of the items were.

ALL of them are shocked when it takes no more than two weeks of thinking beyond their means to make some of their desires come true—even the ones they had felt were impossible. The mind can so easily keep us in a box if we let it, but the mind can also help us create more than we ever dreamed.

So, are you ready to create your own 50-desire list?

  • Write the numbers 1-50 on a piece of paper or on your computer.
  • Don’t get up from your seat until you’ve written a desire next to each number!
  • Allow your desires to encompass the tiny to the huge, the deep to the frivolous.
  • Fewer than five on your list can be “altruistic” desires for other people!

Look at your list, and notice what it feels like to let yourself marinate in your desires. How many of your desires seem outrageous or impossible? Take note because I’ll bet many of them will come to fruition very soon! I want to know how it goes, share the impact of your 50-desire list with me on Facebook.

p.s Thank you Paula Marchetti Kaufman for letting me use your fabulous drawing! xo

Retiring as Superwoman from Perfectionville

PerfectionismHi, my name is Nancy, and I’m a Recovering Perfectionist.

I grew up placing all my self-worth in the hands of others. I based my worthiness on how perfectly I could do everything and thought the external validation I received – especially for accomplishing and achieving the impossible – would fill me and make me feel loved and appreciated.

I now know that all the gold stars in the world cannot earn me the recognition and love that can only be found within my own heart.

I once held so tightly to a façade of perfection, I had trouble seeing anything else. And I only wanted to be seen through the carefully crafted lens I provided for all the people I was busy pleasing. But even still, somewhere deep down where I dared not look, the truth was nesting and it took me years to take the first step in jumping into my new life – I admitted to myself what I already knew to true.

It is only by fully participating in life—letting others see us for all of who we are—can we live the full life we all want so much. We can’t be loved for all of who we are unless we allow ourselves to be seen for all of who we are.

As I went through my process of making change, and jumping, the people I feared revealing myself to the most rallied around me the fiercest.

Everything changed for me when I was willing to take off the armor; when I was willing to allow myself to be seen, no longer having to uphold this image of Superwoman.

Let’s not default to hiding anymore. Hiding is actually a way of giving up on life instead of trusting it.

I’m not saying that won’t be criticized. I imagine we’ve all experienced revealing vulnerable parts of ourselves to others, only to have them express judgments. That’s why we started withholding parts of ourselves in the first place…we thought we needed to in order to be loved and accepted.

If I had never been willing to stand up and offer my vulnerability in front of people, I wouldn’t have experienced such wonderful connections on the other side of my fear.

And now, I commit to no longer package myself in order to be digestible by others.

Remember, your worth and value are in who you are not what you do!

Do you have a tendency to trade your authentic power for morsels of praise and acceptance? Are you ready to give it up? Join the conversation with me on Facebook.


Can you continue on with courage?

resistanceI had a massive breakthrough this past weekend at I Can Do It! Denver.

A few months ago I invited my beau to join me at the conference, given that it’s so close to home, and that way he could finally see my Hay House world and meet my peeps.

Oh, and um, see me speak.

OMG. What was I thinking?

It didn’t take long for the resistance and fear set in…and they set in hard. The voices were loud. All the “What ifs?” followed by “Are you crazy, you can’t let him see you in your other habitat!”

Well, over time, I’ve come to realize that it’s natural to feel ambivalent about important decisions.

I kept going back and forth, wanting him to come and wanting him to stay home.

The truth is that I had resistance to him accompanying me…and I had resistance to keeping my worlds separate any longer.

This kind of inner conflict is one of the ways we stay stuck. As long as we’re sitting on the fence, we don’t have to pick a side, hop down, and get on with our lives.

When you make a choice leading to big change in your life (and sometimes even when you make a small change) the voices escalate and amplify. They’re trying desperately to pull you back into what they believe is safety. But remember that this fear is irrational; it’s a retreat from life. Plus, it doesn’t actually help you avoid pain. It does, however, prevent you from experiencing as much joy and excitement and growth in your life as you could.

You may never be able to silence those voices, but you can learn to pay less attention to them…by first giving them all the attention they need. Acknowledge and honor them fully instead of pushing them away…and then continue on with courage. Give gratitude to your resistance and it will move you forward to make the change you desire.

Remember, your resistance is that it isn’t necessarily a sign you should abandon your plan to jump. The unknown is very uncomfortable, but it’s where possibility and opportunity are born.

Be patient with yourself. It may take a while to surrender in the places you are feeling resistant. Letting go of the past takes time. Even if it takes a long time, you’ll get to a place of surrender. The past will release its grip on you. In the meantime, you must make the choice to jump because jumping is what facilitates the process of letting go of the past.

Disengage from your inner stalemates and make the best decision for yourself. In other words, honor your resistance and jump anyway!

Deep down I do know that I won’t be loved for the fullness of who I am unless I reveal all of who I am. And in the end, he came to the conference with me and it was better than I could have ever imagined. As he said to me on our last morning there, “Who would have thought that you bringing me here would have actually brought us closer together?” {swoon}

So, when the voices of resistance call out, can you honor them and then continue on with courage? Join the conversation with me on Facebook.

Can you say no?

tulipThe truth is, most of us don’t know how to set and maintain good boundaries. We’ve been taught to put the needs of others ahead of our own. And the attachment many of us feel to keeping others happy is tenacious. Pleasing becomes our currency, the way we purchase love and attention. But each time you set a healthy boundary, you say “yes” to more freedom.

In my experience, setting new boundaries means assessing each situation from the perspective of putting your own needs first. Too often we abandon ourselves for the sake of another. Setting healthy boundaries is about consciously choosing to honor yourself and no longer acting or reacting in response to someone else.

Setting new boundaries will allow you to move from a clean, clear place…your your own authentic motivation and agency.

Many of my coaching clients first enter into this conversation around boundaries with the fear of being seen as selfish, uncaring and irresponsible. They cite their relationships, children, finances or work obligations as excuses for not setting boundaries and taking care of themselves. Now let’s be clear, I’m not suggesting you turn your back on your obligations and responsibilities. In fact, it’s only possible to make choices and changes in the direction of your dreams and desires by making yourself a priority.

Just like speaking truth to ourselves, setting boundaries takes practice. As you set them, you may feel off balance, like you have a new pair of legs, and it can be challenging because the habit of trying to take care of everyone else is a very hard one to break.

Be gentle with yourself.

Keep reminding yourself that you’re ready to support you, instead of rescuing everyone else.

     •When we refuse to set a healthy boundary, we’re expressing and affirming the common core beliefs       that run our inner dialogue: I’m not enough, I’m not lovable, the needs and opinions of others are more important or valid than my own, If I disagree with someone or ask for what I want, I’ll end up alone and unloved, etc.
•These beliefs are either determined by a conclusion we’ve drawn about ourselves, or sometimes they’re inherited. They belong to someone else and we adopt them, allowing other people to take up valuable space in our heads. Wherever these beliefs come from, it’s time now to disengage from these voices to find your own.

Imagine giving yourself what you need internally, rather than hunting for it externally!

Imagine meeting your desire to cultivate more self-love and have more fun.

What if you placed pleasing yourself above pleasing others?

What if, instead of defaulting to your knee-jerk yes, you honored your own no today?

Setting one boundary will help you develop the courage to set more boundaries.

What new boundary will you set first? Join the conversation with me on Facebook.


Do you tell yourself the truth?

Facing the truthAs a kid, like most children, I was trying to figure out who I needed to be and what I needed to do to get the most love possible, while avoiding trouble and pain as much as I could.

For me, attempting to be perfect was simply an unconscious survival strategy. As I’ve shared openly, my need to be perfect was directly related to my disabled brother’s death when I was two-years-old. I believed that if I was imperfect — like he was — I would die.

One of my survival strategies was to become indispensable, bending over backwards to buy love by taking care of everyone else’s wants and needs.

I learned the hard way what happens when we deny own needs long enough.

Our desires, our health, and our wellbeing will demand to be heard.
Even if you don’t heed that call, the truth will come out.
Unfortunately, most often it will come out sideways.
Perhaps you’ll become ill; or depressed; or if you’re like me, you’ll find yourself expressing those needs in destructive ways.

When something is “off” in your life, you know it. When we are feeling discontent in a particular area of our lives, we will discover that we are playing a role in that area that is not our authentic self. We are disconnected from the truth of who we are, and that disconnection has consequences.

It’s impossible to maintain a false identity without consequences. 

It takes an incredible amount of energy to hold up a mask, to continue a story, to portray a role that isn’t true. When you stop and tell the truth, so much energy becomes available to you — energy that can be used to live the life you want.

When we admit to ourselves what we already know, we fly through the doorway of discontent into full-blown freedom.

Facing the truth will fuel you to fulfill your potential and live the life you were meant to live. As you begin to explore who you really are, as you let the mask fall and commit to just being you, you will encounter the stories you have told yourself about yourself and your life.

You might even be amazed to discover that most of the pain we feel is due to our unwillingness to accept what is, exactly as it is – wishing something was different than it is or was – the stories you tell yourself, the stories you’ve wrapped around the truth.

The truth will plant you firmly in the present moment, clear on what is and what can be.

It’s important to remember that admitting to yourself what you already know, telling yourself the truth about your life, takes practice. It is a muscle that needs developing.

I believe the first step to freedom and lasting change is uncovering and admitting our truth. We examine the lies we tell ourselves and walk through what happens when we deny, avoid, or minimize our truth. We discuss survival strategies and our failed attempts at rationalization, justification and compartmentalization.

We discover that everyone has things we feel we need to hide in order to feel loved and accepted.

As we do this, as we take this first step, we discover the ways in which our minds bury but the body never lies.

Your body is the barometer of truth. 

Truth is visceral. You can feel it in your bones….in the core of your being, it is there.

We all have things we feel we need to hide in order to be loved and accepted.

In order to evolve, we must first unconceal the things we need to admit to ourselves…the things we already know.

What is the truth we hide when we betray ourselves? 

Betraying yourself can never be the price you pay to avoid betraying someone else.

We don’t serve anyone if we are pretending. We only serve their façade — the part of them that is in denial and unwilling to admit what they already know. We don’t owe anyone the denial of who we are.

Why do we choose to tell ourselves false stories?

Because we don’t want to face “what is.” Reality feels threatening to us, but reality has a way of forcing us to accept it eventually. The truth won’t be able to be denied forever.

As we begin to examine telling ourselves the truth, we can see how our lies have affected our relationships. We don’t feel truly loved and accepted when we know there are things we keep hidden out of sight. 

When we are honest with ourselves, we can’t pretend anymore.

We realize it is time to unconceal the things we need to admit to ourselves… the things we already know, and allow that to be our first step toward living our truth and being who we are meant to be.

What about you? 

If you aren’t happy with your life, or with some specific aspect of your life, there is probably something you haven’t been willing to tell yourself.

Take a moment and give this exercise a whirl…fill in the blanks: 

A story I tell myself is_____ the truth is _____.
A story I tell myself is_____ the truth is _____.
A story I tell myself is_____ the truth is _____.

What haven’t you admitted to yourself that you already know? 

Are you ready to tell yourself the truth? Join the conversation with me on Facebook.

Hey, What’s Stopping You?

Are you where you want to be? Shadow Beliefs

If you aren’t…if you feel stuck and at the mercy of your limiting beliefs…do you ever wonder why?

Two words: Shadow Beliefs.

Shadow Beliefs live in the shadows of our unconscious and are formed as we interpret and assign meaning to the significant events or incidents we experience early in our lives.

When emotionally charged events occur and we’re too young to process and digest them we internalize the experiences and make them mean something personal about us. If negative, this conclusion we draw becomes the shadow belief that governs our every move and holds us back from our limitless potential.

Some examples of Shadow Beliefs are:

  • I’m not good enough
  • I’m unworthy
  • I’m unovable
  • I’m stupid

…and it’s likely that you have more than one!

Our young minds are like little computers, and we become programmed by our shadow beliefs. The beliefs we carry with us from childhood may be illogical, but they take hold and become the way we see the world. They are the unconscious shadow beliefs that become part of our personal operating systems. They tell us what we can and cannot do. The people and situations we attract into our lives are consistent with those beliefs — for better or worse. We can’t perform functions that are outside of the system’s abilities … not unless we reprogram the system.

As adults, we continue this unconscious, habitual, compulsive way of being without any awareness as to why. It’s only when we bring our shadow beliefs into conscious awareness in adulthood that we can see the hold they’ve had over us as well as the gifts they offer. Then, we can shine light on these unwanted parts of ourselves, stop pushing them away, and integrate them in order to reclaim wholeness.

We can transform our Shadow Beliefs by identifying when we formed them and then consciously choosing a new meaning or interpretation. By doing this we replace the old, outdated shadow belief with a new, empowering and supportive belief that serves us now and propels us from being stuck into where we truly desire to be.

Want to find out what’s stopping you? Join the conversation with me on Facebook 

Make One Different Choice

Making One Different ChoiceEach time my Jump! Coaching clients reach Step 4, Make One Different Choice, change begins to amplify. It is my honor to support them in making one different choice so they can dissolve a pattern and prove to themselves that there is life beyond the familiar.

It’s clear to see that your past choices got you to this present moment, right? So that means that your present choices will take you into the future. Learning how to choose – and how to make different choices – makes that future brighter.

The routine in which you live your life may give you the feeling of control. But it’s actually an illusion to feel or think you’re in control. You’re actually less in control when you hold rigidly on to the familiar because you’re enslaved by fear. You’re not free to move with the pulse of life. When you make different choices, you are entering the flow. You can follow your truth and your desire, creating the kind of life you most want.

Making a different choice – even just one – may feel challenging to you. There are repercussions when you make a different choice.

One choice may not sound like a lot, but making one different choice can have an enormous impact as you move toward jumping into your new better life. Sometimes we tiptoe an inch at a time toward the new. Each step we take will give us more courage and more permission to take the next step.

Join me tomorrow on my Hay House Radio Show,  Jump Start Your Life, as I discuss how taking action with one change in one area of your life can lead way to an avalanche of results and effect other areas of your life you never dreamed possible. A coaching client who has experienced this magnificent impact will be joining me to share how her one different choice reverberated into areas that she never imagined could be changed. Listen Here and bring your questions; I am live on the air at 9 AM MT/ 11 AM ET. You can call in toll free from the US and Canada by dialing (866) 254-1579, and Internationally by dialing your International Code and then (760) 918-4300

Are you ready to see what can happen when you make one different choice?

Are You Ready to Think Differently?

think differentlyThis past weekend I had the honor of speaking at Hay House’s Writer’s Workshop in Chicago along with Mike Dooley, Reid Tracy and Kelly Notaras. The event was incredible, and if you know you have a book in you I highly recommend joining us for one. Why not take advantage of the opportunity to submit a book proposal to Hay House and win a publishing package!!! If you are interested, all the details are right here:

And then, on Monday morning, when I woke up to catch my flight home, it was snowing in Chicago. Actually, a pretty epic storm was blanketing the midwest.

I had a non-stop flight to Aspen where I’ve been spending the winter. As the snow kept falling, the flight delay kept extending due to the in-bound aircraft unable to take off from South Bend, Indiana. Once it was going on 3 hours I decided to see about changing flights and making a connection through Denver – just to get out, since the weather in Colorado was crystal clear. I got that all sorted and arrived at my new gate just a few minutes later.

We boarded the plane a little bit late and then sat and sat and sat on the tarmac. After finally de-icing we got on our way and I realized that it was highly unlikely I’d make my connection. When we landed in Denver, I got off the plane as fast as I could and ran to the gate only to find the doors closed, boarding complete. Even though the plane was still sitting there I couldn’t get on.

I know from all my years of traveling that it does absolutely no good to get into a tizzy over it. I must admit though that I was still jetlagged from my trip to London last week and fighting a sore throat trying to turn into a full blown cold and I just wanted to get home…so I immediately burst into tears.

And, it didn’t help that I was obsessively tracking that non-stop flight I’d originally been on. It ended up departing three and a half hours late and with my missed my connection, it would actually land in Aspen before I did!

And this is when the voices started to kick in. “Why did you change your flight?” “You should have just stayed on the flight you were on, you would have gotten home sooner without a stupid connection.” “Why did you start messing with everything? You should have just left everything as it was!”

The voices that make us doubt and second-guess ourselves, the voices that tell us we better make the right choice and decision, the voices that make us think we should know the outcome before jumping.

Every day I work with clients to dissolve limiting beliefs, to release story and drama, to neutralize these voices.

Every day I am reminded that the more compassionate and self-loving I can be, the sweeter the outcome.

Each week, on my radio show, I aim to help listeners believe in a different future.

It was time to take a spoonful of my own medicine and, as my dear Debbie Ford would say, resign as General Manager of The Universe.

Then I pulled myself together, got some tea and decided to make the most of the hour and a half layover. I made a few calls I needed to, sent some emails and spent the time reframing my attitude before flying home.

Thankfully, United had rebooked me on the next flight – with an Upgrade to first class even!

When we start to think differently, when we learn to neutralize these voices, we open up to new possibilities and the outside world begins to change, allowing us to imagine a dramatically new future. Join me tomorrow on Hay House Radio as I share how we can set the stage for freedom, by first making it real in our imagination. Listen HereI am live on the air at 9 AM MT/ 11 AM ET and you can call in with your questions and get some coaching!

Are You Ready to Shift Your Life?


I’m writing this on my flight back from London, which proved to be a pivotal experience for me.

Rarely in our lives do we find ourselves in the real-time of experiencing a moment of true transformation. And having the honor of speaking at Hay House UK’s ignite conference was one of those moments.

As most of you reading this know, up until last August I had been the Event Director at Hay House for 12 years. In fact, I co-created this ‘Ignite’ concept and conference in response to Louise’s desire to reach a younger audience so they could begin doing their inner work earlier and potentially avoid a mid-life crisis. My dear dear friend Patty, VP of Editorial at Hay House, and I set out to assemble and curate the next wave of authors and teachers, and in 2012 I produced and spoke at the first ‘Ignite’ conference in the States.

While sitting in my hotel room on Saturday morning, just a few hours before taking the stage, I was contemplating all that was in my heart to share. I burst into tears.

Reading through my notes and reflecting on my thoughts landed inside in me as a massive life-review. I had been to London many times before but always accompanying, organizing and supporting others. To be there this time, on my own, to be the one delivering my message with my first one-hour keynote ever…well, surreal doesn’t begin to express the feeling.

I shared this all transparently with the audience and let them know, as my story surely revealed, that all these self-empowerment books and events – and everything under the Hay House roof, really – I’m living proof that this shit works!MAR

The next time you find yourself in one of those real-time transformational moments, I encourage you to stop… and allow it all to soak in. Stop… and realize how far you have come. Stop… and notice how it feels. Stop… and acknowledge the steps that brought you to where you now stand.

This could be a moment like that for you…when your whole life shifts… are you ready?

Let’s find out together… allow me to coach you through your own inner work and into your very own real-time transformational moment.

Join me on one of my free coaching calls… see if this is your moment to be part of my next coaching group jumping into true transformation.

Join me on my weekly Hay House Radio show Jump Start Your Life – Thursdays at 8 am pt/11 am et. On tomorrow’s show I’ll be sharing my own personal journey of transition and change…and I want to hear from you to support you in making the shift!