Frequently Asked Questions
I commonly get these questions from people considering one my courses. Maybe they'll help you too.
If you’re new to this type of work, our 21-Day Meaningful Mornings course is the best place to start. You’ll get the most benefit and you can do it at your own pace. It’s a combination of meditation and journaling first thing in the morning.
If you’re looking to dive deeper right away, the Possibility Program is a more in depth experience. You’ll have accountability and support from a small group of peers going through the same experience. This option is best if you’re serious about getting real results more quickly than you would on your own.
The most effective way to move from overwhelm to clarity is to work one-on-one with someone who’s been there. My personalized coaching packages are available to a small number of people and are proven to give people the transformation they’re looking for. Book a call to learn more.
I get it. I’ve taken a lot of courses, too! And what most of them had in common was this idea of changing who you are. As if who you are is a bad thing. That’s why I created these courses: to focus on who you already are and the natural abilities you were born with.
When we uncover these abilities—spending time strengthening them through meditation and journaling, for instance—new ideas and solutions emerge for how we can resolve personal dilemmas and professional problems.
Even though yoga teaches meditation, it’s usually framed as ‘quieting the mind’. Instead, this meditation focuses your mind on observing things around you, and then homing in on how you feel inside.
Combined with a daily journaling prompt, you’ll start to tap into why you do or don’t do certain things. You’ll begin to uncover the reasons behind your thoughts and habits, and what might need to shift.
Though it is an investment up front, what you learn will be with you for the rest of your life. When I was burned out, I realized I was growing. I wasn’t learning anything new. I was coasting through each day. Now, I continually learn something new to find what’s useful, and I then ditch the rest.