Finding my way

Finding your way through life can be exceptionally hard. From choosing your meals, clothing to the one thing that will make you happy for the rest of your life. I used to think that I needed that something special that would complete my life and as soon as I saw it, I would know.

How many of us are in the same boat trying to find what’s missing in our lives. After countless articles, book’s, psychics, friends, and entrepreneurial audio tapes.  I finally found myself at a seminar called awaken your potential. It got me thinking but even then I was still stuck on the fact that I could figure this out on my own. “BOY WAS I WRONG!” after some time passed I realized that I needed more than a pep talk to myself and that nothing was going change this way. I mean for how long was I going to keep telling myself i could fix it. Obviously, I was in denial because as Albert Einstien would say “We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.”

Hitting rock bottom and now where to turn, I decided to reach out and believe in the possibility that someone else could help me and so I did and off I went on the road to self-discovery and self-help , which was OMG  life changing!!!

This led me to a new found purpose of wanting to help others who were going through the same pain. I know funny right”  but before that, I looked into a wellness program where I would be able to coach. I mean I related to these people. I’m struggling with weight so if I could just learn the skills I need then I could help others. I was excited. But even though I was on the right path, I still hadn’t hit it. In the meantime, I decided to take some online free courses to improve my skills and expand them as well. I was having trouble focusing, I felt that I was all over the place. I was out of money, needing a job and now embarking on a new career. I wasn’t prepared, I needed to find a job to at least afford all these new ideas and courses. Suddenly fear and scarcity snuck back in, what if I fail, what if this never ends and all those things I learned growing up about success and being worthy, deserving of money or that if I succeed then I would become someone I’m not and lose more then I bargained for. So there I was, back in a slump. I asked myself, ” why does this keep happening to me, it hurts so much to feel useless and like a waste of life, how do I get myself out of this rut once and for all. How do other people do it?”hp-idea-rallyThen it hit me after sitting in stillness, allowing those fears to really set in and conversing with my significant other I soon realized that this was out of my hands and if I truly wanted to fix my life then I had to do things differently. there was nowhere else to go but up!. We were financially and emotionally in trouble. there was no better time than now to believe and have hope that things would improve. Iy was that or give up. We were ready, we knew what we had to do to get ourselves to financial freedom. We needed the tools in order to move forward. So we took a leap of faith and with the help of an NLP master trainer and coach (who we are forever grateful too) we embarked on an intense accelerated course to self-discovery and gaining the tools that helped us make better choices which ultimately change the course of our lives. When I say intense it’s by far not even close to how much I learned and hit the barriers of my fears and limiting beliefs. I met my match. “ME”. It was time and a long time coming. I needed to face things that I didn’t even remember. Things that were holding me back from achieving my goals and after the constant crying and me hitting my stuff. I was able to realize and have my Aha moment. Wow!!!!.  The one thing that was missing all along was ME. I lost myself somewhere some time back and I have been searching for her ever since. Once I found myself and dealt with some heavy stuff, it was as if a piece of me just came back together, and now I had everything I needed.bigstock-Blank-notepad-over-laptop-and-51253441-1050x700

                      ” Freedom is being you without anyone’s permission”


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