Someone once told me that our purpose in life is simply this: to live, to love, to grow and to give. Easy, huh... then why aren't we all doing it?
I’ve figured out that my purpose in life is to help you achieve yours. I like to think I've earned the right to claim expertise in guiding successful transitions from the corporate career ladder to the aspirational life path. My own corporate career was very successful by the usual metrics – money and perks of leadership – but didn't inspire happiness or fulfilment. Leaving it behind, I absorbed some hard knocks, weathered pain and endured many blows. Now I'm eager to deflect those for you.
I do not arrive with any preconceived notions of the path that leads to your purpose in life and in fact we may come to discover that the path is more important than the destination. Everything arises from your desires, our discussions, and the strategies we build together tailored precisely to your needs.
My own journey has been fascinating and filled with lessons, and embarking to discover my purpose in life has been the most rewarding decision I have ever made... and it's not complete until I share the same possibilities for ultimate happiness and satisfaction with you, and as many other like-minded thrill seekers as I can.
I am here to help you achieve your biggest dreams, to render the challenges surmountable and the dizzying heights of joy scalable, one step at a time. You’ll soon find that the only thing that’s really holding you back is…you.
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"Be the change you want to see in the world." - Mahatma Ghandi
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