Who am I?


Who am I? (girl with no face)

It's my belief that self-discovery comes from self-exploration; not idle thoughts about trivial things, but deep questions that put you face to face with the core of who you are.

Be brave. It may be dark in there. It may be ugly. It may be uncomfortable or downright painful. Looking inside is well worth the discomfort though, I promise.

You may even feel like you're standing on the outer rim of yourself, not knowing how to get inside and discover who you really are?

Finding answers is not really about the answers, it's more about the questions. Knowing the right questions to ask is more powerful than knowing the right answers. Answers are by nature fluid, subject to change as we grow on our journey. The really good questions though - there's the gold!!! They'll always be firm and dependable, guiding your course faithfully like a north star.

There's so many great questions to ask to get to know yourself and I've trekked through a ton. My path has led me to a point where I now guide others on their journey by pointing them to the right questions and for this I'm deeply grateful. It fulfills me to empower others as I have been.

A good question will make you pause and say: "wow, I never thought of that before." Great! This means you're about to expand the boundaries of your consciousness. My husband taught me that there's no limit to the extent of the human mind and likewise I believe there's no limit to the extent of the human heart. There's so much good we can achieve with just this one mind and one heart if we make a lifelong commitment to asking ourselves: "who am I? Why am I here"

 

Alright I'll go first...

For starters, I'm a professional Martial Arts teacher, a dancer, a Life Coach and Feminine Leadership entrepreneur. I've obtained Bachelor's Degrees, Associate's Degrees and certifications for numerous vocations.