Do you want to make changes in the direction of your life but are unsure of where to start? Do you find yourself becoming anxious on Sunday afternoons dreading the week that lies ahead? Maybe you're living your own version of "Groundhog Day" where every day you're going through the motions of what seems like the same day over and over again?
If so, you are not alone. Research has indicated that one out of three people are in a "what's next?" moment, feeling stuck and unsure about the future. For many of us, not knowing why we are here and what our purpose is can make us feel lost.
To counter these feelings, some people feel that they must change everything in their lives to find any sense of fulfillment. But, in reality, sometimes, it's the small shifts that can break us out of our ruts. As we become older, we gain more responsibilities and obligations, and often lose our sense of ourselves. Ironically, at the same time, our values and interests become more important to us, even though we have less time to pursue them.
I believe that everyone deserves to have a life and career that they can be proud of. This philosophy guides my work with students and adults and together we work to answer the important questions of "Why am I here?" and "What gives my life meaning?" When we can identify activities that mirror our interests and values and help us use our natural abilities, we find the inspiration and renewed energy that's been missing.
I'd be honored to work with you through this process!
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