Hello! And welcome to my site!
I started writing the blog partly as a catharsis 15 months following my husband’s sudden and tragic death. Although publicly, I saw my purpose as providing helpful information to my consulting clients and followers. What transpired however, was a journey of self-discovery and transformation that showed me how we all have the power within ourselves to find and live an extraordinary life – regardless of the challenges we encounter.
I am a runner. In the past 21 years, I have logged over 15,000 miles. I have completed over 270 races including 40 Half Marathons and 7 Full Marathons. I’m not the fastest runner. I don’t run every day. I run to stay fit. I run to stay sane.
People have told me how strong I am to have endured all that I did in the last decade. I’m not stronger than anyone. We all have that same strength within us. I had a means through which I could cope. My training runs are where I took out my anger; where I cried. And where I also felt alive. And where I regained my passion for life.
So I write the blog with the hope of inspiring better physical and mental health and a passion for life. And no, you don’t need to be a runner. Just be open to possibilities, ready to live your dreams and say good-bye to self doubt.
If you want to read my biography to find out more (boring stuff) about my career and education, look at my profile on LinkedIn.
If you want to learn more about how we can work together, please explore the Coaching Services page. I urge you to at least take advantage of the FREE, no obligation, sample coaching session. That can be scheduled here.
To learn more about how a Life Coach can make a difference, read this post:
If you want to read more about how I got to this point, I suggest reading these blog posts (in order)…
- My Story: Part 2
- My Story: Part 3
- The Story of The Cause Coach (or what I do Part 2)
- The Old New Job
And please stay with me. I will post something new about once a week. Please join the email list to receive new blog entries in your in-box (better than forgetting to come here and missing something). Feel free to join the conversation on Twitter, Instagram, and FaceBook, too.