I will always be a work in progress, but I know that my time here is limited and I intend to make the most of it. In the last several years, I have lost or almost lost friends and family, and was told that I was one step away from uterus cancer-- now resolved. Time became something I was no longer willing to kill.
I have learned that the three essential elements of growth are self-discipline, self-love, and self-reflection. If you are interested, I could tell you how each of these steps can make your life easier as well. Who you are and what you want from life is usually right in front of you, but for some of us it takes time to realize this. I have realized that what I want to do with my life is what I have already been doing, which is life coaching. I hope to make you as excited as I am about your journey, as we read the map to where you want to go.
Without thinking of it as a career choice, I have assisted people with confidence issues, career re-orientation, bulimia, self-esteem, saying No, honesty, organization, problem solving, leading a healthier lifestyle, and listening to that inner voice telling you what you want out of life. Many of us just need that one person - sometimes one conversation - pushing us to do what we are meant to do. I want to learn to make the connection that empowers you and helps you become the best version of yourself.
Although dyslexic, I speak three languages fluently, obtained a BA in Politics & Law, an MA in Communications, and worked for a year and a half at the United Nations Human Rights in Geneva, focussing on women's rights, discrimination, and poverty. While interviewing torture survivors I realized I wanted to do more than provide a platform to give them a voice. I wanted to support them in their journey towards recovery. If you feel the need to talk to someone to move forward, I would be happy to meet you.