I’ll admit something, something I sort of hate to say (or write): I’m very busy right now. It’s something I try to avoid at all costs, preferring the pura vida approach, living by an essentialist philosophy – but sometimes, everything just happens AT ONCE!
These days, you will find me splitting my time between classroom instruction and life coaching. Either way you slice it, it’s incredibly fulfilling work for me. But with the school year in full swing, I come home exhausted and just want to curl into a ball.
Funny thing about that: even as I am feeling introverted, I am reaching new levels of success. Being rated Seattle’s #1 holistic life coach (thanks Thumbtack!) was a very pleasant surprise, and it has brought me exciting new clients.
And it never would have turned out this way, if I hadn’t worked so hard on building momentum in my business, back when I had time!
In celebration, I am offering a winter special:
The Human Cannonball.
Get 4 sessions for the price of 3!
Right now, I know I’m not the only person feeling a little introverted, stressed – ready to curl up in a ball and sleep out the winter. But I also know that the momentum I built in the past is launching me full-speed into the future. Just like a human cannonball!
That’s what I want to do for you, friend. If you’re feeling a little wound up or worn down … if you’ve been taking care of everyone, and forgetting about yourself … if you have big ideas for 2016, but haven’t taken action on them … let me help you get some momentum going!
The Human Cannonball is specifically designed to create forward motion, quickly. You’ll be amazed what you can do, and how long the effects of your focused action will resonate. By the time New Year’s Day gets here, you will already be well on your way to achieving your resolutions. That’s the idea.
As an example: This summer, a client came to me with an idea to create an online game, but some knowledge gaps about creating it. Three months later, I played her game for the first time.
The experiences I’ve had with my coaching clients in the past year have changed my life (and hopefully, theirs too). These are the experiences that remind me of the reasons I got into teaching in the first place: to help people become the people they see in their dreams. And this is why, now and then, I find myself working a little too hard.
Because this summer, I was building my own momentum – so this winter, I can build yours.