You Don’t Have to Be Sick to Get Better

When I first heard that you don’t have to be sick to get better, I felt instantly better. I knew that someone else understood my desire to grow and learn and become more.

It used to be that people who consulted “shrinks” were stigmatized. Not anymore. We’ve changed the name and changed the game. Back in psychotherapy days, people consulted a psychiatrist and spent years analyzing their childhoods, their relationships, traumas and deviations from the norm.

The new norm is much broader than it was back then. Now we consult coaches when we want to maximize our potential and reach more ambitious goals. No athlete ever became a champion without a coach, and no actress ever achieved a powerful performance without a director.

I have sought out many mentors, coaches and therapists in my quest to become better. I wasn’t sick. I was a seeker. To this day, I am a seeker. I always want to know a better, faster, more efficient way to do something. Now that I am a coach, I help other women get better.

Get better how? you ask.

Here are some examples of coaching modules that I offer.

Paying attention to your intuition. No one can quite define intuition. Some call it inspiration, which literally means to breathe in (like respiration—keep breathing). And how does this help you? The theory is that in your subconscious knower, you already know everything necessary to accomplish your desires. The trick is to allow yourself access to this hidden source of your creativity and knowledge. That is what I teach women to do.

Losing your fears. Everyone knows what fear is. It’s something you feel. It’s the most basic of emotions. I’m not talking about losing the fear of falling or the fear of stepping out in front of a Mack truck. These fears we don’t want to lose. They are rational fears. I’m talking about losing irrational fears, like if I start a business I will fail; or if I ask my friend for what I really want, he will leave me. These projected events may happen, but then again, they may not. These are the kinds of fears I help women overcome.

What to do after you know what to do. You know the mantra: Just do it! But something still holds you back. Almost always it is some fear that has not been addressed. The only time you know you have this fear is when you are ready to make a life change, and you procrastinate. Procrastination is just fear in one of its disguises. Then it’s time to work on the hidden fear that only surfaces when your intuition says go.

These modules and more will soon be available online for you to purchase. I’ll keep you posted.

Meanwhile, if you want to get better without being sick, I suggest you ask your intuition to pay some attention to you. It works both ways.


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