Are you doing what you truly want to do? Are you doing what you are called to do?
A lot of people graduating from school say, "I don't know exactly what I want to do, so I'll go to college and major in something just to get my degree," or "My Dad wants me to take over the family business, so I guess I'll learn his trade," or "I'll just get a job somewhere and earn some money." And sometimes they just settle for whatever comes along. They start taking on responsibilities and creating a life, only to discover at mid-life they feel bored, unfulfilled, and stuck. They realize, "This isn't what I want to do in my life. This isn't who I am. I had no clue back when I was young, and now it's too late (too expensive, too complicated) to change. I wish I could go back and do it all over again." Is that you?
So, if you're in that young adult stage, would you like to design your life so it's in alignment with what you love, who you really are, and your life's purpose?
Or, if you are at that mid-life or later stage and wishing you could go back and do it all over again, would you like to redesign your life so it lines up more with what you love, who you really are, and your life's purpose?
Sure, it might not be easy, but it's not too late to have a life in which you:
* Do more of what you love, what you're passionate about.
* Have more in your life of what you genuinely need and value most.
* Know and use your greatest strengths.
* Have a purpose, vision, and mission for your life.
* Live a life that is intentional, meaningful, and satisfying.
Here is what the "Design or Redesign Your Life" program will cover.
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The package includes 10 Individual 50-minute Coaching sessions along with the assessments that go with each session. Sessions can be done weekly or every other week, whichever best fits into your schedule. We can either meet online or in person, if you live anywhere near Mesa, Arizona.
You don't have to settle in life for boring and unfulfilled. You were meant for more. Either contact me below to see how this would be a good resource for you, or call 847-849-7140, or email [email protected].