I’ve always been an intuitive person who based a lot of my life decisions on what my gut was telling me. The times when I ignored my intuition things didn’t work out, or it took much longer, but when I listen to my inner voice, life just seems to flow.
I’ve had to make a few big decisions in my life, like marrying a man I met on the internet and moving to the UK from South Africa. Twice. Those big, exciting and scary decisions changed the course of my life and were based purely on a “good feeling” I had. It turns out those were the best decisions of my life.
I believe that pursuing a career as a Wellness & Resilience Coach is the next life-changing decision that will turn out to be one of my best. I gained a lot of life experience and wisdom in my 40+ years, both from my own life and by looking at the lives of others. I’ve had to let go of things, confront unhelpful, negative beliefs I had about myself, and push myself out of my comfort zone. Even the bad decisions I made have taught me valuable life lessons and most importantly, how to be resilient.
But I’m not unique or special. If we can look at our actions, evaluate our thinking, and make adjustments, we can all thrive. I know this from my own life, I know it intuitively, and I know everyone is capable of change if they really want to.
You’ll be amazed at how good it feels when you start taking charge of your life. I’d love to show you how.
Things I like
- My husband
- Liquorice Allsorts
- Following my intuition
- Lists with bullet points like this
- Law of Attraction
- Spring and Autumn
- Fish and chips the way my husband makes it
- The thrill of helping people
- Soya latte
- Walks in nature
- Positive affirmations
A few more things you might be interested to know
I’m a regular contributor to the ILSPA monthly newsletter (my articles can be viewed here) and an affiliate member of The Institute of Coaching at McLean, Harvard Medical School Affiliate.