You show up. Every day. You work hard and always do a
good GREAT job. You make good money, but you still want to throw up every Sunday night knowing you have to face Monday. What gives?
You feel stuck. Unfulfilled. Run ragged. Sure, everything gets done, but you’ve totally lost the joy and spark that make any of it seem worthwhile.
Your inner voice? Well, it’s long since been hushed by an overwhelming sense of responsibility and obligation.
It’s not that you haven’t tried to rediscover your passion. You’ve read every self-help, professional development, and “find your passion, change your life” book you can get your hands on. Nothing has worked. At least not for long.
I want you to know that you’re not alone. I’ve been there and I understand.
Like you, I tried everything. I simply couldn’t figure out how to flip the switch inside of me that needed flipping in order to truly make a change.
Adding to my frustration, everything out there seemed totally generic. Most of it didn’t apply to me. And so, I lost focus. I worked on things that weren’t an issue because this or that book told me to. I lost sight of what truly needed addressing because I kept trying every new technique, hoping it would be the one to change my life. I never found the kernel of truth I required, because it was buried on page 177 in the fourth book down in the stack of ten on my nightstand.
One day, the missing piece became crystal clear: accountability.
Without accountability, our thoughts, wishes, dreams, and to-do lists don’t mean much. And what’s worse, every time we fail to follow through on something that we promised ourselves we would do “this time,” we add to that feeling that we are not enough. The truth is, we are all already enough. And we all need someone who cares for us deeply enough to hold us accountable, to help us see things clearly, and to ask the questions we’re too afraid to ask ourselves.
Ready to make a change? Read on . . .
Wait one minute. We’ve only just met. You didn’t think I’d let you sign up for such an intimate experience without letting you buy me dinner first, did you? I’m not that easy.
Here’s the deal. You are about to embark on a personal journey. I mean, really personal. This journey will have highs and lows. There will likely be tears of total frustration and whoops of unrestrained joy. If you were my best friend, my sister, my mom, or even a total stranger, I wouldn’t let you go on this journey with just anyone. So, let’s get on the phone. Let’s get to know each other and have that “first date.” This one’s on me.Schedule a Call