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Monthly Package

Your external world is a reflection of your internal world.

Transformational Life Purpose Coaching means releasing the past and looking forward to the future. It is centered on working to discover your motivations, your goals and your dreams, and then executing the actions necessary to live them in a focused and pragmatic way, creating real, tangible, purposeful TRANSFORMATION. 


RESULTS. RESULTS. RESULTS.

The lasting effects and rewards of Transformational Life Purpose Coaching are invaluable. Experiencing feelings of freedom, adequacy, efficacy and joy are just the beginning. Getting off the "hamster wheel" in your life, feeling energized and excited about waking up in the morning, doing what you love, honoring yourSELF, and living life as an example of fulfilled potential are just some of the life shifts that we will achieve together through our partnership.

Together we will:

  • Shine light on your blind spots. Many times we can't see the forest for the trees, and it's epiphany inducing when someone can come in and help us to shine light into places we can't see. 

  • Identify, confront and release your limiting BEliefs. Our unconscious mind is a wellspring of both positive and negative BEliefs about ourselves and the world around us. Making the unconscious conscious is the key to identifying and confronting your own personal limits so that you can GET OUT OF YOUR OWN WAY!

  • Define your new narrative. Our limiting BEliefs help to support the narrative we're telling ourselves, whether that narrative is beneficial to our well-being, or detrimental. Together we will examine exactly what you're telling yourSELF about yourSELF, your life, and your potential, and create a NEW narrative that uplifts you, makes you feel empowered and raises your vibration!

And the extra good news is that these are just a few of the gains you will receive from Transformational Life Purpose Coaching!

Now, there is a catch..there always is, right? The catch is that in order to truly experience the internal shifts necessary to level up and live as your best SELF, there is a commitment required -   a commitment to yourSELF. 


Do I have to commit for 3 months?

Why can't I just go month-to-month?

Research has shown that it takes, on average, 66 days to form a new habit (Lally, Jaarsveld, Potts, & Wardle, 2009)**, as such our packages and programs are designed with that fact in mind. We want to imprint lasting change, and this takes time and commitment. The discussions, exercises, tools and techniques that we'll be taking advantage of are your catalyst for growth and have a cumulative effect, with each week's shift building on the week before.


How Do I Know Coaching is Right for Me?

Maybe you just graduated from college and now you need help figuring out where to direct your energies. Maybe you’ve had a Spiritual awakening and are now facing the very real challenge of collapse of ego and the dark night of the soul. Maybe you quit your job because you knew there had to be more and now you’re ready to embrace the process of figuring out your purpose and what truly lights you up inside.

  • If you are feeling stuck I can help you start getting off the hamster wheel.

  • If you are feeling uncertain about what you're supposed to be doing I can show the best way to start uncovering your purpose.

  • If you are frustrated I can help you finally start taking action on a new course in life.

When we are at a crossroads in life one of the hardest things can be figuring out what holds meaning for us, and truly living and thriving from a heart-centered space. I’m here to help you get where you want to go. I’ve done it for myself, and others and I AM certain I can do it with you.

So, click the button below and let's get started on this journey!!

*Note: There is a required 3 month minimum commitment. The Initial Client Intake is included in this package.

**Lally, P., Jaarsveld, C. H., Potts, H. W., & Wardle, J. (2009). How are habits formed: Modelling habit formation in the real world. European Journal of Social Psychology, 40(6), 998-1009. doi:10.1002/ejsp.674