In 2016 I'd come to a crossroads in my professional life.
I basically had everything I'd ever wanted (a loving husband, a healthy newborn son and a good home, living in a foreign country like I'd always dreamed of - so why was I then SO darn unhappy?
And that's the tricky part, right? For in the moment you ask yourself this question you know that you have to look for an answer.
And the answer I found was:
Until the age of 32 I hadn't found - or perhaps - hadn't accepted - my place in the world. I hadn't fully accepted myself.
And that was where all my frustration, anxiety and stress came from.
Luckily, that's when the practice of mindfulness came back into my life (I'd healed myself of depression in my early twenties using the techniques of mindfulness - at that time unknowingly so.)
And that is also when things started to turn around.
But in pursuing your dreams, you have to be willing to be uncomfortable, I realized.
Because your dreams will challenge you to go into the unknown.
It's all about discovery.
It's all about adventure.
And every adventure has it's trolls and witches (not that any of those are necessarily a bad thing) - otherwise it wouldn't be an adventure.
I’m here to help you face them and not run the other way.
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