I have been helping people all my life.It is how I was raised.
I’ve always felt I was “called” to help.
At a very young age I was often told I was wise beyond my
When I was 9, my Aunt ,who was always ill, asked me as I sat
at her bedside,
if I thought I had a purpose, a reason for
Without hesitation I said, "Yes, Aunt, I’m her to help people."
I didn’t even have to think about it.
At 9 years old, I already knew this instinctually.
The first time I was asked to counsel someone, I was only 12
The mother of another student in my class brought her
my home one night unannounced and told my parents that her daughter
insisted on speaking with me.She said that I was the only person who could
her daughter. I didn’t
hesitate.I just took her to a private
room and helped her.
I’d have to say, that was probably my first formal “coaching”
Since then, I’ve been helping, consulting and coaching
people, even while I was doing other businesses.
As I was helping others, I was also continually getting additional
training in all areas of life myself to improve my own life and the lives of
I spent 10 years in
concentrated training that covered everything from communication, to the
emotional scale, what it was and how to use it to better your life, parenting,
relationship counseling,family and
marriage counseling, business relationships, organizational skills, overcoming
grief, being more in control of your life and much more.
Then I did additional training in the Universal Laws and how
to apply them.This is all in addition
to all the books I’ve read and seminars I’ve attended.
I was doing all of this long before the term “Life Coaching”
was being used.
After I sold all my businesses and retired from that, I joined
an international business network to give back to others some of my experience
and have since consulted and counseled many people in that network.
Since 2006, I’ve been doing what I do under the term of “Life
Coaching” and have found great joy it helping others see positive results in
their own lives.