The Day It ALL Changed

The Day I Mastered My Minds Power

Empathy, Authority and Call to Action. All about THEM…

When I was a Teen, I tried to be just like my sister and cousins but that did not work. It left me feeling more awkward and unsure of myself in social situations and not smart enough in school. My parents did not know how to help me or why I was not excelling like others. So, I tried to help myself. At age 13, I began reading self-help books like Chicken Soup for the Teenagers Soul. I used those techniques and became more conscious of my thoughts and feelings but that was not enough. 

It wasn’t until my twenties, that I discovered the tools to create and meet my own goals. It took even longer for me to put all my lessons into action and find a way to be successful each day.

When reaching for dream career, I earned my Associates Degree in Occupational Therapy and spent 15 years teaching in the public school system. One day I realized that most kids suffered from lack of confidence and had no idea how to use their brain power. Then I realized, I could support kids in and out of school without following an IEP or 504 plan. That day, I found my true calling! 

When studying evidenced based coaching techniques and training in executive functioning techniques for young adults, I found proof that life coaches where needed more than ever. Research shows that in order for kids to create positive change, they need attentive listening and guidance on developing and reaching their own goals.

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