Age is All About Perspective

My 86-year old client complained that he was out of breath. While I offered him encouragement he lamented that “If only I could perpetually be 72 [years old]. I was stunned. Seventy-two?, I said incredulously, why not 55 or 40? Why 72? He went on to explain that 72 was a fabulous year for him. In fact, the entire decade of his 70’s were fantastic.

Age is simply a number. It is our beliefs and expectations about age that color our experience, not age itself.

Life is supposed to be fun! No matter what your age, it is always NOW. Don’t wait to live your best life.

About

In 1994, I began a career as a fitness professional. My purpose was to work with people on their physical health and wellbeing and to help them achieve the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle. I found that many people had a deep desire for more energy, more confidence in their appearance, and overall better health. In spite of that deep desire, many could not stay focused, and fell back into old habits and patterns. Eventually I began to ask myself, “What is missing here?” I realized that work needs to be done at a deeper level; a level that engages the entire being. Not just the physical, but the emotional, mental, and spiritual. That’s when I discovered coaching. As a coach I provide a safe, non-judgmental space for you to examine the perceptions, beliefs, and subconscious programs that may be preventing you from becoming your best self and living your best life. I received my professional coach training through Wellcoaches and I am an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) with the International Coach Federation (ICF). I am an avid student of Dr. Joe Dispenza and his work in neuroscience and creating from the quantum field. I meditate daily and believe anything is possible, including personal transformation in any area of your life.

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