Thanks for taking the assessment!

Hi there. 

How are you doing?

Based on your score, looks like things are going pretty well! I’d guess that while there are definitely some bumps in the road, you’ve been able to carve out a resilient space of your own with resources that allow you to have the clarity around who you are and what you want in life. 

This is super awesome – a lot of people don’t have this clarity, nor the support systems you’ve fostered.

That said, you might still be feeling unfulfilled, disconnected, and unhappy – at least in some aspects of your life.

Maybe it’s your job. Maybe it’s your family of origin or your peer group. Maybe you’re stuck in a city/state/country where you just don’t feel like your belong. 

Regardless of what aspect(s) of your life its in, there are systemic forces getting in your way of feeling safe to be yourself all the time.

You can change this if you want to. It starts with  celebrating the fact that there is still a whole lot of alignment in your life with your You-est You.

But if you’re like most people I’ve worked with, you’re the type to focus on what you’d like to improve upon. You need to make sure you’re not blaming yourself for where you are right now (which can be hard given the Cult of Self-Improvement telling you that it’s all on you). 

There has been a lot of research about how heavily we’re shaped by our environment, and to think any of us is any different is folly.

I’ve seen myself how I can show up fully and with generosity and empathy in systems that support vulnerability and humanity, and in others that promote competition and greed I can act petty and selfishly.

This first-hand knowledge of how systems affect us is why I focus on changing the systems you’re in and the habits you have. By focusing on doing introspective work with an external view, you’ll be able to change the systems impacting your life and living as your You-est You becomes an inevitability. 

This is why my coaching programs focus on a variety of aspects of your life – creativity, confidence, career, and trust – because living an authentic life where you’re free to be yourself requires turning multiple dials and looking at your life from a wholistic perspective.

The process looks like this:
-Get clarity about who you are and what you need
-Build support structures
-Change the system you’re in

This work isn’t always easy. Change never is.

It might require you to try on new worldviews and embrace new habits. It might be joining new communities and spending more time with different people. Perhaps it’s pivoting changing up your career. It might even mean changing up your whole life.

But finding your own authentic self is a revolutionary change that always puts your closer to the life you’re meant to live.

I’ve seen this change happen for hundreds of people of all ages in different countries and cultures, and I’ve seen it in my own life.

The question for you is: How badly do you want to change? 

If this change is something you need in your life, please reach out for a no-strings-attached, totally free 20-minute coaching session. 

This isn’t a sales pitch nor a “get-to-know-you” call – we’ll dive right in and get to work. 

I know things are likely decent enough.

But if you’re feeling that itch to go from “decent” to “amazing,” reach out and book your call today.