For as long as I can remember, I have had a strong desire to support those around me in finding peace and happiness. While my formal education in the field of coaching began 24 years ago (1997), under the mentorship of Anthony Robbins and Joseph McClendon III, I received or rather experienced my first self-management tool when I was only three years old. That first tool was meditation. With no guidance but that of my beliefs, imagination and the physiology of my body; meditation provided me with a powerful place to take stock of what really mattered to me in life. I was able to separate my experiences/emotions of the events of my life and my thoughts from who I was and get real clarity so as to shift the way I perceived and viewed things to better appreciate every moment of my journey however difficult.
I was initially drawn to study Psychology & Communications and went on to study Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Neuroscience, Neurolinguistic Programming , Hypnotherapy, Mediation, Negotiation...basically, all the things that have to do with self-betterment. 'Learning for the sake of learning' is something I allow myself to indulge in. I feel that I must do my self-work so that I may lead by example, and also because I love challenging myself to think in new and different ways.
This is important to me when it comes to companies and clients. Why? Because every person and every company is unique and I believe it imperative to use whatever tools I have in my kit to find the most effective and efficient approach to compliment that uniqueness even if it means recommending another person or service.
I believe in the Constant of Self and that when you know who you truly are and what you want, nothing can stop you.
I believe that, "events pass, emotions don't last, but you are always.".