Self-discovery strategy for women who want to stand in self-confidence.
Call it stuck, call it frustrated, call it in your own way – it doesn’t really matter what words you use, it only matters that you’re feeling the struggle.
(And goodness knows I’ve felt it too.)
It’s the worst to feel like your life has somehow become about checking boxes and living up to someone else’s expectations. Like somehow, along the way and you’re not quite sure when, you lost the little bits of yourself that felt the most like you.
It’s no wonder things don’t feel aligned – you don’t feel aligned, and some part of this beautiful life of yours isn’t firing on all cylinders.
The good news is, you can find that alignment again. And you do it by finding your Self again.
It’s time to be yourself. Not to the version of who the world wants you to be, or tells you you should be. You won’t find your alignment, your self-trust, your confidence – or the answers you’re looking for – outside of yourself. You have to find them within.
Because there’s no easy button for this. And there’s no formula for true transformation.
Finding your true sense of Self is central. Exploring your identity. Values. Priorities. Boundaries. Cultivating self-acceptance. Practicing self-compassion. (Relevant to bodies for sure, but also to life and business.)
The more you know your true Self, the more you can be that Self, and the more you can trust that that Self is true.
That’s the stuff that leads to genuine (#authentic) confidence, alignment, and the revved-up life you’re looking for.
Sounds like a simple equation, but it’s not always easy.
While it’s paramount to build your own self-reflective skills, self-discovery often happens, or is amplified in partnership. Don’t think that just because you’re finding your Self, you have to do it without anyone else at all. Nothing happens in a vacuum.
It’s about finding the bumpers, the helpers, the mirrors.
And I’m here to be yours.
Let’s work together to figure out what this feeling is, what the challenge is, and find your next steps. I won’t ever tell you exactly what to do or how, but I’ll always be here to help you find your own way – to see yourself more clearly so you can trust yourself more fully and be more confident, authentically.
Here’s your official permission to embrace and embody your Self, and apply it to all the parts of your life where it’s felt missing.
And here’s how we’ll make it happen…
One-on-One Self-Discovery Strategy partnerships: A virtual process of figuring out exactly who you are and what matters to you, and taking action to get it. Dive into your transformation with a three-month partnership. Learn more.
Fitness Unraveled: The 4-month group program that’ll show you how to unload the fitness and health BS you’ve been carrying your whole life and uncomplicate your body confidence now. Learn more.
Employee Wellness: The Uncomplicated Healthy Living Program is your new approach to sustainable employee wellness. In this company wellness program, we’ll do things a little differently and a whole lot more effectively. Learn more.
Speaking & Workshops: Not just another boring talk or training, but a sharing of ideas, with an entirely new energy. Learn more.
Self-Discovery School: Because time is money and basics are best. Choose from a few on-your-own options to start your self-discovery journey. Learn more.
But is this for me?
If you’re here, and you identify as a womxn, it likely is. Listen, I work with a lot of womxn, and a lot of womxn all across the board – from age 25 to 55, working, stay-at-home mom, single, coupled, totally independent, part of a close-knit family, gay, straight, trans, fit, not-fit, well-off, on a budget. My clients don’t always fit into a box, and frankly – that’s what this is all about.
There’s not always a common goal, but there is always a common thread. Every woman I work with has thought to herself something along the lines of:
“Why does everyone else have this figured out?”
“What if I’m not living up to my potential?”
“What’s keeping me so stuck?”
“I should be able to do this.”
“If I can just lose X pounds, then…”
“I just want to know what to do!”
“Isn’t there another way?”
“Why can’t I do this on my own?”
Let me give you a few examples:
The woman who wants to feel better in her body. She’s tried for years to figure out how to love her body. But no matter how many workout classes she tries, diets she follows to the letter, fitness programs she buys and forgets about, she just can’t quite get there. Health matters to her, she’s tired of beating herself up mentally and physically, and she’s ready to figure out what works for her once and for all.
The career questioner or transitioner. She’s focused on her career, it’s important to her, but it’s also not quite right – yet. She’s feeling the tug to do something different, something more, or maybe, she’s ready to transition to an entirely different professional situation. She’s got lots of questions, and she’s finally ready to answer them.
The mom prioritizing and exploring self. She’s a mom – and a damn great one at that, but that’s not all she is. Her identity is no longer completely wrapped up in her kids and family, and she’s finally ready to make time for herself, to explore who she is right now and what other parts of her life need attention for fulfillment.
The high-performer with a lag. She’s happy, no doubt. Life is good. It’s just that there’s something she can’t put her finger on that would make it even better. She thought it was one thing, but turns out – it’s not. She’s probably in her head a lot. She’s read the books, she’s taken the courses, she’s following all the right people, but she’s still not finding the solution. She’s ready to admit she needs help, and is ready to go deeper.