The two most important days of your life are the day you are born and
the day you discover why.
If you lost your way, maybe it's because you lost your why.
Have you ever wondered if you could actually discover your purpose?
The Answer is
Anyone can become a master in the art of living by following the right process.
Transformational Life Coaching will help you discover the clarity, competence and confidence you crave in living your life's purpose.
Dr. Mary Oliver coaches you through the transformational life process including "strengths" tests, personality profiling using DISC, and The Deeper Path Cohort training materials. The combination of tools will bring you more clarity than other coaching programs.
Coaching is online.
Swiss Psychologist Carl Jung states, "The most damaging thing in the life of a child is the unlived life of a parent."
Isn't it time you started living your greatest life?
People who lose their way are people who’ve lost their why. Get a GPS for your dreams and start living from your true potential.
We all have potential and we all have Pain. Few people understand that when we numb our Pain we also numb our Potential.
The Transformational Life Coaching will lead you through your Pain and into your Potential. (No this is not counseling sessions.) To go higher you must first go Deeper.
FIRST - I am certified to teach and train on this unique and cutting edge coaching model. I’ve been trained personally by the author of the Deeper Path—Kary Oberbrunner. I will help you move through your Pain. No therapy here. Imagine strategic group coaching that leads into transformational thinking and action.
SECOND - Utilizing a powerful model developed by Author Kary Oberbrunner and his coach Chet Scott - I will lead you through a clear process that will equip you to author your OPUS and strengthen your CORE.
OPUS? It’s the Latin word for “work.” It means “masterpiece.” I believe our lives can and should be our Magnum Opus (our “greatest work”).
See what I mean:
"A master in the art of living draws no sharp distinction between his work and his play; his labor and his leisure; his mind and his body; his education and his recreation. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues his vision of excellence through whatever he is doing, and leaves others to determine whether he is working or playing. To himself, he always appears to be doing both."
I believe your life is to be your greatest work. Are you fully alive? Are you functioning at 100%? Are you one of the 3 out of 10 who are really engaged in their work?
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