As you may already know, I am a certified life coach. Certified twice actually, by two different programs. I am also a trained women’s mentor and trained group facilitator for women in crisis. I’ve worked with, sat with, journeyed with many different women in difficult situations, ranging from mild to severe. It doesn’t matter. They all have one thing in common; they have lost hope and when that happens, life becomes unmanageable.
Several months ago, due to circumstances that I was dealing with, I decided I liked the term Hope Coach better. To me it sums up the one thing we all have in common. We need hope for a better future, a better day and hope to finally accept our pasts and move on.
There’s something amazing that happens when women get real with each other. There. Just. Is.
If you are fortunate enough to have a group of friends, (no matter how big or small), who you can call your tribe, those women who are there for you, encourage you, show you the beauty of who you really are and not the mistakes you may have made in the past, well you are a blessed woman indeed.
Some of us need a little help in uncovering the awesome that lies just beneath the surface of who we think we are, instead of who we really are.
Maybe it’s time to get real, make some changes and connect with the real you, the authentic you. The woman God created you to be.
It’s never to late.
You can start your day (or your life) over anytime.
You don’t have to do it alone.
You may feel stuck in your life, your career, your relationships. Well here’s the good news, your past doesn’t have to define your future.
You’re not stuck forever.
Things can change for you.
Let me pose a few questions to you that I was recently asked:
What if you were able to pursue those long forgotten God inspired dreams and start taking steps toward making those realty, even while you are fulfilling your current responsibilities?
What if you accept the way you’ve been uniquely made and embrace the life you are living today, knowing that God has a plan and where you are now and where you’ve been, while not perfect or what YOU planned, was the exact path He wanted you to take.
I will end this post to allow you to take some time to ponder these questions, but first I have one more…
Perhaps it’s time to make some changes?
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