Even though I have worked with in the health industry (on and off) for more than 20 years, there have still been times when I have felt like the whole world was against me, as though there was nothing I could do to change anything. This was at it’s height back in 2012 when I was working in a Job I hated, My hubby and I had just been diagnosed with unexplained infertility and we were renovating our house while still living in it. To top it all off my mum was diagnose that year at the age of 56 to have Early onset Alzheimer’s and a few months later Breast Cancer.
I realised that the only way I could deal with all that emotion and stress, was to start working on myself. To start putting the knowledge I had gained over the years to some use and to accept help from others.
I started with small steps. I focused on the things I knew would be the easiest thing to change. Number 1 on my list was my Job.
Today I have a completely different out look on life. I actually LOVE my life, I look forward to what the day may bring. I have a business, which I love and get excited about. And although I still have challenging days, I am grateful for them because each time I learn something new. Something that I can pass on to others in order to help them. I have an armoury of tools and techniques I can use to get me back on track quicker than ever before, and I am still investing in learning more.
This is why I love what I do. I know that these techniques can have a dramatic effect on turning our lives around. And my heart sings when I see the results my clients get, just by following my programs.