What Do You REALLY Want?
I believe people already possess all the resources they need to be successful. I view my job as helping people access and trust those resources, including their intuition, much of which I believe (unfortunately) gets buried as we go through law school and encounter the daily demands of a challenging and logic-based profession. The result is that many people aren’t accustomed to asking themselves what they really want, or what’s most important to them. Instead, they end up focusing on what they “should” do, or else they’re driven by negative or fear-based thoughts instead of by consciously chosen (intentional) ones. By helping people strip away the “should” and uncover what is authentic and “right” for them, I help propel them into forward motion to realize their full potential.