FREE 5-STEP GUIDE: FINDING & LIVING YOUR LIFE PURPOSE(THE FIRST STEPS YOU MUST TAKE)…
YOU AREN’T BEING SILLY
YOUR DREAMS ARE NOT CRAZY
YOU ARE MEANT FOR GREATER THINGS
Maybe it’s all of the above.
But I am here to tell you – you’re allowed! You’re allowed to dream. You’re allowed to do something truly fulfilling. You’re allowed to earn what you are worth.
What if I told you your current circumstances don’t have to stop you. What if I told you that your dreams are looking for you and ready to be found. What if I told you that there’s a proven process that will help you uncover what it is you want to do?
I’m aware that it probably feels as if your dreams are very distant, and that you are way off track.
But the truth is: You are exactly where you are meant to be right now, and soon, you’ll look back and clearly see that everything you’ve ever been through makes perfect sense and was actually necessary to enable you to become the best version of yourself and share your gifts with the world.
Maybe you doubt me.
I mean, who am I and how would I know?
I know because I have been blessed enough to have lived both sides of this coin. When I was young, still a teenager, I was deeply called to the profession of psychology, and went on to have a successful and deeply rewarding career for two decades as a psychologist, psychotherapist and group facilitator.
Then, after 20 years, something changed. I no longer felt I was on the right path. Almost overnight, I became lost and everything that I had worked for and established over the years began to deteriorate and fall away. I searched for the right path, but couldn’t find it, and gradually became aimless and depressed.
Eventually, after several years of this, I ended up in a 9-5 job that frankly I was lucky to get, but which I despised. It was the definition of toxic workplace and I had let my partner talk me into applying for this job when my natural instinct was to get back into business. I let my partner’s fears dominate me and my poor choices came back to haunt me.
I stuck it out for 3 years, but I hated what my life had become. I wanted something more – on every level. But my self-esteem was so low by this point that I had begun to doubt whether I would ever feel connected to a greater purpose again. I felt stupid, weak, passionless and my life had become utterly meaningless. I felt utterly alone. How had I let myself fall so far??
It was then that I realised I had to make a break, with no one to guide me…
…except my inner self, whose voice was dim after years of being ignored. But she was there…and she was hanging on for something better…so I chose in that moment to listen…to trust…to leap…