Updated: Dec 3, 2020
In the summer of 2019, I was at a softball game preparing to warm up when I overheard two of my teammates talking. One asked, where is your other half? And the response I heard planted a seed that would sit with me for a few weeks before it fully took root. My teammate responded with, Other half? I am a whole and complete person. And at that moment I knew that is what I wanted, to feel whole and complete.
The weeks rolled by and something wasn’t sitting right in me and by mid September I decided that enough was enough, I needed to start living for me. So I picked up my laptop, researched a few online programs on becoming a Life Coach, and by the end of the day I was registered and due to start classes the following day. This was the moment things started to shift. I had finally taken a step in the direction that my heart had been drawing me to for a number of years, but had been trampled on by my good friend fear.
One of the beautiful aspects of becoming a life coach is that you get to be apart of your client's journey, you get to watch as your client grows and creates the life they've always wanted. I firmly believe that to be a great life coach I must be committed to my own personal growth and development, this is a commitment that I have made to myself and my clients.