Why should one reimagine life?
Do you feel aimless, or that there should be more to life?
Getting to know who you are, what is important to you, and how you want to live is crucial to consciously living congruent with your values, beliefs, and passions. Living in harmony with your uniqueness fuels joy and enthusiasm for life. The issue is much of the way we live is conditioned from our childhood where our Silly Putty mind was squished onto information, not by our choice. We assimilated the information and operate from a program that may have been outdated at the moment of installation.
The core of these conversations is storytelling. I am not here to teach, instruct, or lecture you. Instead, I view my role as a host, inviting you into my world of Possibility in Action by connecting with you as a friend.
Why storytelling? For starters, storytelling undeniably forges connections among people, and has been happening since the dawn of humankind. Stories are a powerful way of communicating ideas because they tickle our imagination. This helps us gain new perspectives and expand our horizons.
Together we will debates on various life perspectives which will provide you with prompts to stretch the way you have been habitually thinking. To rethink a myriad of accumulated beliefs and add ones by choice. This is not coaching - this is ENGAGEMENT.
Packages include 6, 55-minute virtual sessions one Wednesday a month, Noon Eastern. Groups open with a minimum of 4 people. Rolling admission. Contact me for more information, including pricing.
LIFE TRACK: Debate and discuss various perspectives to interrupt habits blocking living an consciously intentional life. Well, I have learned through the different, rather trying life journeys I have been through, as well as through those of my clients, that curiosity is vital to understanding a way forward. Through pondering varied topics we move towards building agency which means making life work for you, not you working for it.
GRATITUDE TRACK: The power of gratitude is astounding, yet many stop at just listing a few nice things they are thankful for. Gratitude goes far beyond just a few nice things as I discussed in an interview for Authority Magazine. It is something that compounds and amplifies when it is expressed openly. In positive psychology research, gratitude has been shown to boost your mental health, manage change in a constructive way, improve relationships, and relieve stress. In this “a-musing” group, we will explore what gratitude is and isn't, how to cultivate it, and how it fuels many powerful life skills.