As a coach, writer, and founder of Find Your Own Path LLC, I love helping people remember who they are and what they have to give the world. In coaching, this often means helping people who are unhappy at work discover greater joy and satisfaction by finding their calling and fulfilling their purpose—in practical ways that acknowledge their desires and their need for an income.
My approach is based on the belief that everyone comes into this world with unique and needed gifts, but we learn to doubt our abilities and repress our true nature, until eventually we forget what’s ours to give. I should know—I forgot myself for nearly 20 years.
Using my 12 years of experience as a certified Integral Coach, I help clients reconnect with their true nature and find their path by learning how to tap into the intelligence of their bodies and rediscovering their power, passion, and purpose. I offer a free guide; books, articles, and blog posts; coaching; and nature connection activities to help you on your path.
Free Guide: 50 Ways to Find Your Calling Without Losing Your Mind (Or Your Shirt)
A lot of people claim they can’t follow their dreams. They have a mortgage, kids, a work history they say prevents them from pursuing jobs they might actually like. Others swear that if you let your passion lead, success will follow. That where there’s a will, there’s...
I don’t normally struggle with writer’s block, but a few weeks ago, my efforts to edit my novel hit a can’t-see-the-end-of-it, can’t-see-the-top-of-it stone wall. Words got harder and harder to find, like a river that shrank to a stream that shrank to a trickle,...
I don’t normally publish guest posts on my blog, but Tamari Lewin recently reached out with the idea to offer a list of businesses that fit different personality types. I thought a lot of people might find it helpful. While I don’t believe tests or types can tell you...
Depression is on the rise. Rates were increasing in the US long before the pandemic, and after COVID hit, they tripled, with one study reporting that 27.8% of adults experienced symptoms in 2020. I’ve struggled with depression and anxiety for almost 30 years, and the...