Where do you go when you don’t know where to go? How do you follow your own internal compass when your “true north” isn’t clear? Often when we feel existentially lost, we have to go inward and sort through our goals, desires, and feelings of fulfillment (or lack thereof) to discover what it is we truly want in life. To find direction.
“True North” can be tricky because we have different parts of us that want different things. When I felt lost and hopeless, my counselor helped me to listen to the needs, wants, and desires of all parts of me to find a way forward that felt holistic to my system. With that, I was able to move forward with confidence and a clear and attainable goal.
This exploration isn’t the easiest and sometimes you need a guide. In my coaching practice, we have open and honest conversations about fulfillment, life directions, and hopeful outcomes to help you move in the direction that will uplift you. Having pivoted myself several times in life, I can use personal experiences and other exercises to help you find your way through.
As a Coach, I help people of all ages, roles, identities, creeds, and backgrounds to identify these blocks and compassionately move through them. Sometimes this involves lifestyle changes, aided by mindfulness and meditation, and other times it involves going to the block itself and understanding where it came from.
If you're ready to begin, schedule a free 15-minute call with me to discuss your path and how we can work together to move you toward where you want to be. Feel free to share my info with folks who could benefit.