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You are Not Your Story

Ditch it and create a new one!

When I start with a client the first thing I ask them to do is to tell me their story.  Do you know what they say?  Everything is and has been rainbows and sunshine, nah just kidding.  What they tell me is all the yucky things that have happened (the wrongs, unfairness and the traumatic) in their life starting with when they were a kid. You may be thinking, whoa this is starting off rocky and maybe a little to heavy!  Where is she going with this?

Where I am going with this is, that nasty story is not who you are, not even close!  You are not your story, you are not your thoughts and you are not your emotions.  Are you wondering who you are, if you are not these things?  Would you believe me if I told you that you are magic, kindness, and all the awesome things you hoped you are?  I can prove it to you.  Would that be worth hopping on a zoom to learn the first strategy I teach every client that I think is the most important first step to healing your past and creating a limitless future?

 

My work is helping people create an internal experience of impenetrable joy, so that they can have calm, peace of mind and a meaningful life.  Does that interest you at all? I work with people who are wanting an answer to these questions, "There must be more to this life?  Where is the happiness?"  When are you available this week or next to gain this strategy? 

Schedule some time with me, you deserve it!
Peace, Erin 

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How To Be Happy

It will surprise you!

I think if you asked most people what is the #1 thing they want in this life they would say,"I want to be happy."  I wanted this too, to "be happy." 

 

So, in 2014 I did a 90-day seminar in which I was to set 4 audacious goals, by audacious I mean the kind that just thinking about them made me pucker with doubt.  I was coached everyday through it and did it with a team of other professionals for further support.  What happened?  I crushed my goals, but what really happened was I began to see that my thinking was faulty.  

See, I had correlated that setting and reaching a goal was happiness, and while it does feel good to do those things, my experience was that the happiness was fleeting.  I would feel happy crossing a finish line, reaching monetary goals, and buying the new car, but shortly after it would go away.  So what did I do?  I kept setting bigger and bigger goals.  Guess what?  Happiness was fleeting there too.  What the heck?

It wasn't until years later that I learned one of the differences between happiness, which is fleeting and joy, which can be a constant experience.  Would you like to know the strategy that helped me find joy?  Have you been wondering if there is more to this life?  Let me know when you are available to chat so I can share that strategy I used and get you started on your path to joy.
Peace, Erin