Is This You?
is no accident that you are reading this page.
If you're here, you have likely noticed that the stuff in your life
has started to feel more like a
burden rather than
Do any of these scenarios sound familiar?
"I might need
this someday." You find yourself keeping things "just in
case," even though you haven't used them in years. This faulty belief,
based in a scarcity mindset, keeps you stuck in fear of lack and it is
spilling over to other areas of your life and business.
"I spent good
money on this." You hate the thought of getting rid of
something that was expensive, even though it no longer fits,
you can't stand it, or it has been gathering dust in the corner of the
garage for a decade. Again, this is based in a faulty, scarcity belief
system that dramatically affects how you make decisions on a day-to-day
"But that was
my mother's!" You feel tremendous guilt at the thought of
getting rid of anything
that belonged to your parents, belonged to you as a child, or
represents some kind of family history to you. This limiting belief is
formed when you attach the memory and love for the person with the item
itself, keeping you stuck in indecision.
"It was a
gift." You feel
enormous guilt and often a tangle of other
emotions at the idea of getting rid of an unwanted gift you received
from a family member or friend. Misplaced guilt over tangible items
often represents unresolved or unsettled relationships. Rather than
deal with the feelings that come up, it often seems easier to just keep
the item, which becomes a habit in other areas as well (instead of
communication which would be much more empowering).
decide." You have a very difficult time making the
to get rid of things so you never let anything go. Now your closets and
garage and drawers are all stuffed, and you aren't even sure what's in
them...and you give yourself the message that you can't trust your own
"I don't know
where to start." You are completely overwhelmed at the
thought of going through your stuff, and you have no idea where to
begin, so you don't. This thought system chips away at your
self-confidence and fosters a feeling of helplessness.
"I don't have
time." You know you'd feel better if you cleared out your
space, but other things always seem to take priority...so you end up
feeling more and more behind. Other approaches to clear out and
organize your stuff haven't worked, so you feel less and less energy
and motivation to tackle what feels like a huge project. And the more
the stuff piles up, the less energy you have.
If you can relate to any of those statements, please read on. You’re in
the right place.
There is help for you here.
Clients who are most successful working with me
My clients typically share many of the following
characteristics. If you have these qualities, then you’re likely
someone who would be a good fit for what I offer.
You believe in possibilities.
You are not willing to remain stuck in what has been, trapped by
limiting beliefs or reluctant to try something new.
You believe that change is possible and approach problems with
an optimistic attitude.
You know that lasting change
takes one step at a time. You've been around the block
to know that quick-fix solutions don't work when you
want to create deep, lasting change.
You believe that you are
best asset. You’re committed to improving your
business and your life by investing in yourself.
You believe in a holistic
approach to making changes. You are willing to
engage all four levels of self (your actions, feelings, thoughts,
and spirit) in creating wonderful, serene, organized,
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