Benefits of Working from Home

For those who have made the transition from having to work in an office to telecommuting, they have discovered that there are definite benefits of working from home, some they found as welcomed surprises, when initially they may have felt disappointed, dejected, or felt like they were being unduly punished for living in an infected world.

Nonetheless, there they were, plugged in remotely, performing their regular work tasks at higher levels of productivity, and enjoying the benefits of working from home.

The Top 6 Benefits of Working From Home

1. Life and Work Flexibility

One of the most impressive benefits was the flexibility that comes from being able to telework. Even with the most rigorous works schedules, the advantage of being in your own home allows you to multitask a bit, to interface with family occasionally, maybe even accomplish a home detail, while you are officially on the clock.

Many people have the flexibility to adjust their work at home schedules accordingly, but even the teleworkers with the most rigid schedules, like that of a call center, can enjoy some household interaction while on the clock because you are not at work, you are at home.

When you are at work, you may have the ability to visit with a coworker on your way to and from the bathroom or pause at the water cooler, but at home, you could hold a baby, enjoy a visit with your pet, do a load of laundry, hug and kiss your significant other, all without missing a beat.

2. No Commute Stress or Anxiety

Telecommuting means saying goodbye to your commute, which eve in the best scenarios adds stress and anxiety to most any worker. This is an immediate benefit of working from home.

3. Saving Money

Not only do you save the cost of commuting, you also save the cost of preparation to make your appearance at work, because at home, but you could also work in more casual attire, and may even find yourself working in pajamas, or skipping out on washing your hair every once in a while.

Look at all the money you are saving in the cost of commuting, the extra work wardrobe laundry, in the cost of makeup, hairstyling, or cologne. And the most significant surprise is that you are getting a part of your life back that you had taken for granted. Your precious time.

4. Reclaiming Precious Time

The time you lost to getting ready for work or commuting, is reclaimed instantly. This can account for many hours every day. Ever wish there were more hours in the day? Well, here they are. What will you do with them?

5. Peace and Harmony

There is a sort of peacefulness that comes with telecommuting and working from home. It feels as if you have been able to step out of the rat race and taken your life back, even though you are still having to work for someone else, but now, you are doing so on your own terms (more so than not, if you take advantage of these benefits). This leads to a satisfying work/life balance.

6. Increased Immunity and Heath

Health benefits associated with working from home may take a bit longer to notice, but reportedly remote workers are experiencing lower blood pressure and blood sugar levels. This can be attributed to the lower stress and anxiety that comes from not having to commute or feel as though you are “on display” or “under the watchful eye of management” in the workplace. Not having to commute also allows you to enjoy sleeping in and eating healthier which also supports a healthier immune system, and lowers your potential to be depressed, as you might otherwise be inclined.

Be assured that there are many other benefits of working from home as well.

Share your favorite benefit(s) of working remotely below.


What Would You Say to Your Younger Self?

When using Time Machine Therapy, we travel up and down the timeline of your life, checking in with you and your surroundings in a therapeutic manner. If you could have a chat with yourself at any age, what would you say to your younger self? At what age would you meet yourself? What time and location would you meet yourself at, and what advice would you give to your younger self?

Time Machine Therapy is very effective when dealing with people who have aged enough to have a variety of life experiences, which may include a high degree of drama and trauma. Thankfully, there is a growing trend of these aging people seeking someone to talk to about their past.

We now know that if you harbor ill feelings about your past deep inside (some so deep, in fact, that they cannot even recall what happened when they were younger). These hidden wounds, left to themselves, will spread disease throughout the body from where these tragic memories are stored.

Another reason for vising your timeline might be for the growing amount of regret that Americans feel about things they could have done better in their past if given the chance. If this regret is left to ferment within the soul, you could get so depressed, that you may question whether life is living another day and become obsessed with suicidal ideation.

In chronic cases, hypnotherapy or Angelic Prayer Therapy could be effective in reprogramming the memory enough to re-engage with life again, but in most cases loving and encouraging your younger self will do the trick.

What would you say to your younger self?

If you’re like most people, you will opt to visit yourself at the age of eighteen, and you are likely to advise yourself about how to deal with relationships, various learning opportunities, and self-care, in that order.

Around the age of 18, is when most of us experience frustration with the challenges of the juxtaposition between childhood and adulthood, and as we are exercising our ability to make our own decisions, often regret those decisions, as we learned the hard way what the consequences of those decisions were.

Unfortunately, this is the way life works. Sometimes, you just have to earn from making mistakes, and the older you get, the more you see the perfection in all the drama and trauma endured from not doing it right the first time (or subsequent times).


If you could, you would certainly warn yourself about getting into relationships which turned out to not work well for you.


You would also tell yourself that if given the decision to take a break or delay seizing the opportunity for a significant learning experience, you would beg your younger self to seize the opportunity.


And when it came to sacrificing the tending to yourself, your needs, wants, and desires, to benefit someone else? You would encourage yourself to take care of him or her -self first, then tend to the needs of others.

If it were me? I’d hug myself, and tell me something like, I love me with all my heart, and let him know that everything is going to be okay. Even when things look really bad, try not to worry, because all of this is necessary for what is coming ahead. Trust me, everything gets so much better, amazingly better, because you make it through this, and we are making it through this together. I am so proud of you. You are never alone and I will always be here for you.

Another challenge to yourself:

If you think about it, what might your future self say to you, if he or she could travel back in time to talk to you, right now.

You might be surprised to discover that it is not much different than the advice that you would have given to your younger self.

Think about it.

What would you say to your younger self?

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Sending Love to the World Starts Now

The holiday season is a glorious time of love, laughter, giving, sharing, support, and represents a time to celebrate family, friends, and loved ones in all their many forms, even amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

While many people are surrounded by others with whom they will celebrate this time of love and everything that is precious, others may be spending the holidays alone due to changes in life circumstances or other reasons.

For instance, on November 11th, we honor all those who have served our country in military service. On Veterans Day, the very day we honor those who have served, veterans are taking their own lives, not just on Veterans Day, but every day of the year.

During the year people commit suicide every day, 18% of these suicides are veterans who have served in various branches of the United States military. There is a significant increase in suicides during the holiday season beginning on November 11th through January 1st.

The concept of Sending Love to the World 2020 is not focused on being an anti-suicide campaign. The increase in suicides is only a signal and a sign indicating a greater underlying problem of the deterioration of mental health and love, during a time when most of us are feeling full of love. It is such a dichotomy, for you to have your heart so filled with love at this time of year, yet your neighbor is so severely lacking love that he or she might be considering suicide.

Many people whose hearts are filled to the brim and overflowing with love during the holiday season may not have an avenue to set their love free, to share it with another and bask in its glow.


Love-filled hearts without a venue to share this love can lead to a degeneration of the love vibration; alternatively, the sharing of one’s love causes the love vibration to increase exponentially.

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Sending Love to the World 2020 is an excellent opportunity for anyone to share their love vibration with the world. Imagine many people pouring out love for our planet and its inhabitants during a time when there exist extremes; on the one hand, peace, love, and happiness while on the other hand or end of the spectrum sadness, depression, and loneliness.

The economic decline, post-traumatic stress, feeling hopeless, helpless, and a vast variety of issues lead to the rise of poverty, depression, domestic violence, theft, and other crime all steadily increasing since November 11th.

The most staggering data shows that the loss of life also spikes during the holiday season especially on December 25th and again on January 1st.

The purpose of Sending Love to the World 2020 is two-fold.

To offer those heart-filled individuals – especially those who would otherwise be alone and not have an ability to share and give their love at any time from November 11th through January 1st – and anyone else who would like to join the outpouring of love to have an opportunity to support and bathe the world in unconditional love.

And to send this love out to heal others who are struggling during these tough times, our country, and the world at large.

Bound together with like-minded purpose, we can help to make the world a better place.

Join us, here – on this website – for a streaming guided meditation to heal and love those in need… Together we will be sending love to the world… that by all means, we might save some.

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Share it with heart-filled friends.

The meditation stream will be running from November 11th through January 1st. Feel free to join at any time and spend as long as you desire to love.

Love, love, love, and love to you.


Because You Were Sexually Assaulted as a Child

Question: Why is my life so messed up? Answer: Because you were sexually assaulted as a child. When I started working in family counseling back in the day, the statistics indicated that one in four adults in the United States had been sexually molested in their youth. That was then.

Now, I believe those numbers were greatly understated. These crimes against young children were far more pervasive than the help and support industries ever imagined. Why the disparaging contrast in the numbers? Because, for far too long, this has been the most concealed life secret that has ever been kept, that is, until now.

These vile sexual abusers are most often known and trusted family members, friends of family, childcare providers, teachers, coaches, counselors, mentors, or clergy.

The adults who have persevered through life keeping this solemn secret of sexual child abuse are breaking through the barriers which have cost them greatly, but far more do not as they continue to keep the secret, even after the violator’s death.

No matter how fervently they deny it, refuse to mention or look at it, keeping it bottled up and buried deep inside, this crime by which they were victimized in their naïve youth finds ways to manifest itself.

What are the signs of child sexual abuse?

When you push down all the emotional impact of this childhood trauma and abuse, it manifests itself in many ways.

1. Social Inadequacy

Social suffering is common. Connections with other people are superficial and commonly not as deep or meaningful as they might have been. Relationships with family, friends, romantic relationships suffer due to this lack of connection, and inability to be open and honest (with others or one’s self).

2. School and Work Extremes

In school and work, extreme behavior shows up either as substandard (mostly) or extravagant high performance. They are often diagnosed as having autism, ADHD, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Bipolar, or other mental health disorders.

3. Addiction

They are attracted to addictions in an attempt to self-medicate or cope, to relieve some of the mental and physiological anguish and stress from burying these childhood tragedies.

4. Health Problems

How does childhood sexual abuse affect the health of the victim?

The longer the pressure builds from these deep, festering, inner wounds from being sexually victimized as a child are left unattended to, the more the poison spreads throughout the body, leading to deterioration, disease, and premature death.

Victims of child sexual abuse are more likely to suffer from high blood pressure, heart disease, cancer, obesity, diabetes, and are more likely to engage in various methods of self-harm, and

5. Suicidal Ideation

and are 17 times more likely to have suicidal tendencies than their non-sexually-assaulted peers.

The Biggest Secret is Lethal

The biggest secret of all time is killing our people, someone you know, or even you.

The statistics are vastly understated, and if you are harboring this secret, covering it up, or trying to just make it through life without ever looking at it, you know that the statistics are not even close.

You know because you know your statistics would never be known. You were determined to take the biggest secret of all time to the grave with you.


If that is you, hopefully, you are rethinking your commitment to a life-long cover-up.

Every day you continue to let this crime of your youth continue to haunt you (even if you’ve convinced yourself that it is not or no big deal) the fact remains that you are allowing your victimizer to continue to harm you as your health and peace of mind continue to deteriorate.

Do not let this perpetrator take you out.


This abuse has gone on long enough. And it stops, right here. Right now.

You don’t have to confront or seek to punish the offender (unless he or she is currently potentially sexually abusing other victims). The most important part of healing from this offense is done within you. Seek out a competent counselor, coach, or therapist who can help you work through the process, and begin the process of healing from within.

This will give you the hope of having a potentially amazing life, full of joy, happiness, health, and longevity.

The Best News

And the best news is this; after you’ve done the work, or even in the midst of it, you can help reach out to others who are also dying from keeping the biggest secret of all time.

Together, we can stop this atrocity, and help to create a better world for our youth who are being sexually accosted at this very moment. It starts with you.

Stop the continued victimization and live a better life, your best life, and make the world a better place.


Pharmaceuticals vs Natural Herbal Remedies

The third-largest cause of death in the USA is medicine and medical practitioners, in the shadow of heart disease and cancer, and if the truth were known, the medical and pharmaceutical sciences and the practitioners thereof would be revealed as the number one cause of death.


Not all pharmaceuticals are good for you. In fact, many are killing unwitting Americans while medical doctors and staff collude with and assist the industry to extract as much capital as possible from your estate (or subsidized medical resources) before your pulse finally stops.

Many legally prescribed medications have a dark side and are far more dangerous than the pharmaceutical companies would like you to know. Some of these could include benzodiazepines (Klonopin, Valium, Xanax). Then there are the anticoagulants (Heparin, Warfarin, Xarelto).

Other potentially dangerous prescription medications include antidepressants (Cymbalta, Prozac, Wellbutrin, Zoloft), and patented anti-hypertensives (Cardura, Hytrin, Minipress). Clozapine is an antipsychotic medication used to treat schizophrenia, not to forget Semi-Synthetic Opioids (OxyContin, Percocet, Vicodin) which are generally used to treat moderate to severe pain.

Thanks to lawsuits against the pharmaceutical companies, we now know that they are so committed to profiting greatly off an insignificant public that they will falsify and create medical studies and pay doctors to put their name(s) on the studies to get them published, in many cases with the full knowledge that their new drug(s) have potentially deadly side effects.

A many as 10 percent of all published reports regarding new drugs are written by the drug manufacturers who pay doctor(s) to use their names on the reports when the doctors named had little or nothing to do with the study.

More than 60% of all academic studies are financed by the drug manufacturers, who have been known to alter the data prior to submitting the results.

The most prominent example of the insatiable greed of Big Pharma is Merck’s Vioxx debacle, where they were likely responsible for the deaths of 500,000 Americans over the age of 65, but gladly paid 4.85 billion dollars for killing 3,468 seniors, after enjoying a 5-year run of selling the aspirin replacement that caused heart attacks and strokes.

Having to pay a negotiable percentage of the revenue from the lethal painkiller seems like a small price to pay, an acceptable cost of doing business in the pharmaceutical industry where you take the good with the bad and still come out on top.

Other “legal” drugs that suffered a fate similar to Vioxx include Risperdal, Seroquel, Zyprexa, and Hormone Replacement Therapy, among others, which makes you wonder about the other medications that we see promoted on TV and in the media with the laundry list of side effects that may include death in some people (a possible side effect of manufacturing patented prescription medications).

If that’s not enough, there are other prescription medications, like the statin family available under the names of atorvastatin (Lipitor), fluvastatin (Lescol XL), lovastatin (Altoprev), pitavastatin (Livalo), pravastatin (Pravachol), rosuvastatin (Crestor, Ezallor) and simvastatin (Zocor, FloLipid), which tout efficacy in the lowering of cholesterol and preventing heart attacks, but the side effects can cause crippling muscle pain, type 2 diabetes, memory loss, confusion, or rhabdomyolysis leading to liver damage, kidney failure, and death. Stop taking the statins, and the side effects fade away.

Before the advent of all this medical profiteering, we tended to our needs using natural substances from Mother Earth. These primitive methods of healing were all placed here with us, to help alleviate pain and heal us, her inhabitants, from every ailment.

They are so effective that Big Pharma models their patented medications after them, like aspirin. Aspirin was fashioned after a pain-relieving compound found in the bark of a willow tree.

Granted, natural remedies have also seen their share of darkness as “snake oil salesmen” used to promise the miraculous healing capabilities of herbal substances for money.

Nonetheless, there are some herbal remedies that have eared their right to compete with the most high-tech patented pharmaceuticals. One such herb is the most prescribed medication in Germany, Ginkgo Biloba for its supremacy in improving memory and other cognitive functions, in the USA, Ginkgo is not as well respected among the medical community. In Germany, medical students are obligated to study herbal alternatives, if even only rudimentarily (not so in the United States).

A few other herbal remedies have been proven to be as effective or even better than their patented prescription imitators, and they have survived and been proven in clinical trials to be the real deal. Besides Ginkgo, the top “proven” herbal supplements are:

  1. Black Cohosh – Helps with the effects of menopause
  2. Chestnut – (horse chestnut) Improves poor blood circulation in legs (varicose veins)
  3. Devil’s Claw – Anti-inflammatory and helps with joint pain
  4. Garlic – Reduces cholesterol and lowers blood pressure
  5. Hawthorne – Helps some heart conditions
  6. Saw Palmetto – Helps with men’s enlarged prostate, better urination
  7. St. John’s Wort – For mild or moderate depression

And there are many other noteworthy natural herbal remedies worth their weight in complementary alternative medicine (CAM) with fewer side-effects than pharmaceuticals, but without the clout of clinical trials to back them up.

The ongoing battle between Big Pharma and Mother Nature continues. And no one here is failing to admire the medical community for all the good they do in the world, but this dark side of pharmaceutical companies is causing the faith of patients to waver.

The smart thing to do is to practice due diligence in all medical interventions and take responsibility for your own care. You decide what is best for you.

Do not be the next casualty of being an uninformed patient.

Consider having two doctors, a medical doctor, and a holistic professional, consulting with both before committing to any prescribed medication, do some research on your own, then make your own educated decision.

Your life may depend on it.

David M Masters

October 2020 Image Directory

Wrapping up the month of October, here’s a quick screenshot review of the month’s news. Let me know which ones you like the most. Thanks for your input, -David M Masters

Can People Change? When Someone You Love Disrespects You You Are a Life Coach Free Certification
Lie of Omission and Truth Honesty Dishonesty and Lies

Your Special Abilities Could be Holding You

Skittles Time Management What Are the 3 Circles of Influence? Everything You Believe is True
Wheel of Life Balance



Can People Change?

Here comes the day; you have trusted someone and come to the awareness that things are not always as they appear. You are contemplating the chasm between trust and betrayal and considering a confrontation or intervention. You ask yourself, “Can people change?” because you want to believe there is hope for the continuation of a relationship with this person whom you believed the best about.

Even if it is not a blatant trust betrayal, you feel that aching in the pit of your stomach and you can’t help but feel like you’ve been stabbed in the back by someone you felt secure with. Now? You just do not know.

Do you risk it and go forward with the relationship? Or do you cut your losses and say, “Vaya con Dios.”?

A cautionary pessimist might conclude, “They will never change.”

If you are like me, you do believe that people can change. Why do I believe that people can change? Because I am in the life-change business, have been most of my life, and I have seen people change drastically and magnificently in the face of the most seemingly impossible circumstances.

Granted, I have also had the experience of working with individuals who were not able to muster the wherewithal to change, who remain in their default state… and even for them, I feel there is still hope that they may change.

It is like the old Scorpion and the Frog story, some people, even with the best intentions, can not go against their base personality setting, and for those, they will always revert to what they know.

Still, there are the clients who come to me and say, “I want to change but I don’t know how,” and this is a good starting place, but it doesn’t mean they have what it takes to actually make the change and have it stick for any length of time. Although, some of these individuals to experience deep and meaningful, longstanding transformations.

If you truly and deeply care about someone, you might be willing to sacrifice anything to help them make the change you so desire to see in them, but it’s important to note that you can’t want for someone more than they want for themselves. As much as you might like this person to be the way you imagine them to be, even if you can clearly see their potential in your mind’s eye, he or she can only do what he or she is capable of. They may not possess the capacity for such a change.

And why would you want to change anyone to your perception of the image which you have carved out for them anyway? Doesn’t everyone have the right to be who they are? What about you? Don’t you have the right to be the person that you are? Don’t you expect others to respect you and allow you to be the person you want to be? Why would you not extend the same courtesy to this other person to be who they are?

You have the right to pursue your own individual path of personal growth and change. Only you can determine what is the best method and turn to take at any given time.

You, just like anyone, if you have experienced severe hardship in your life, can transform from victim to mastery, but you must be ready to change your life, once and for all.

You can change your life right now. If you decide to take on the task to change your life, it is up to you to seek out and achieve your highest and best potential.

Remember to be true to yourself, and when you can be true to your calling, you can rest assured that you’re making a difference in the world.

When Someone You Love Disrespects You

If you love or care for anyone with whom you share a relationship with, there is a good chance that the day will come when you will be disregarded or disrespected, and you’re your feelings get hurt. What can you do when someone you love disrespects you? In other less important or significant relationships Its not that big of a deal, but when it comes from someone who is important to you, it cuts you deeply and the incident causes separation from the person you care about.

Here are 7 steps you can take when someone you love disrespects you.

1. Be Calm

Your initial reaction may be to defend yourself by raising your voice or barking at your friend. Take the high road and try to not react in any way that would make the situation any worse. You are not giving up or giving in, you are just not making anything worse than it is when you are caught up in the moment of your internal pain which is associated with this event. Unless the person has literally stabbed you with a knife (even though it may feel like that) there is no reason to respond in the heat of the moment.

2. No Words

Do not let words escape your lips that would set this tragic event in stone or exasperate the situation, escalating it or making it worse. Refrain from striking back and remain calm (or as my grandma would say, “bite your lip”). Any response will only give the person you care about ammunition for waging a war, and if you participate, you might say something you will regret later. If you must speak, be respectful, direct, and unconfrontational.

3. No Outbursts

Your partner might react to your silence as offensive instead of taking the time to reflect. Do not respond, except to be as respectful as you can, and do not accuse or raise your voice. Any shouting match will be a failure on your part. Keep your wits about you.

4. Leave

Put some space between yourself and the offender. The separation has already taken place at the moment the disrespect was initiated, honor the separation, and use it as your cue to just walk away. This space will give you time to calm and center yourself and give you the emotional wherewithal to review the crime and the motivation of the criminal who would dare to hurt someone who cares deeply about him or her. Depending on who the offender is, there is a chance that he or she is also using this time to reflect on the situation.

5. Reflect

Take this time of separation to look inside and ask yourself, “Is there any hidden truth in this transgression?” Maybe there is something underneath the disrespect of value that you could use to become a better person, which you could sort out if you could review the scenario free from a heightened emotional state.

If you do find some hidden treasure in the event, it will come in handy when you,

6. Talk About It

Do not suppress your feelings. You have an obligation to yourself and in an effort to increase the opportunity for this relationship to grow by speaking your truth, and sharing the details about how this has made you feel in a calm environment after some time has passed.

How much time? There is no hard and fast rule about how much time, it could be anywhere from five minutes to a week, whatever works out best for you but do not forget to talk about it. This is key to your own self-respect and your respect for the relationship as well.

If the person you care so deeply about is aggressive (confrontational) or passive-aggressive (refuses to talk about it) then write it out in a letter.

7. Forgive

People do the darndest things for the most interesting reasons, and they do so out of reactions to who knows what kind of things that happened in their past, and it is often likely that even they are unaware of any demons they have hidden away that show themselves at the most inopportune times.

If they express remorse over the disrespect and may even feel apologetic, there is hope that they relationship could continue to grow. If the person you care so deeply about is a toxic person, and these events occur more often than not, you may need to consider cutting back or severing the relationship for your own protection. You never need to subject yourself to abuse, you can stop it whenever you can.

But always forgive. Realize that your friend or partner is only doing the best he or she can. The same goes for you. Allow the people in your life to be who they are. Forgive them when they hurt you because they don’t know any other way to do it. Send them love and send them on their way with your blessings.

If you will be working on continuing and potentially deepening this relationship, and you have forgiven them, do not use this offense as ammunition in the future.

The good news is, if you establish this respect for forgiveness in your relationship, it goes both ways, for which of us is without any weakness, the potential for making mistakes, or reacting inappropriately?


You Are a Life Coach Free Certification Online

If you’ve tasted the variety of flavors that may be experienced throughout your life journey and you’ve looked the devil in the eye and lived to tell the story, there’s a good chance that you are a life coach in the making.

You already know, just by my mentioning it, you felt a synergistic response because you already know. There’s a part of you that knows this is the purpose of your journey, to help others who are facing some of the same kinds of challenges that you have faced and survived.

You would not have had to endure those challenges if it wasn’t part of your sacred destiny. You have experienced training that no person could have ever learned in any school, college, or university in the world. You are an expert in your field already.


Of course, you could train as an Olympian Life Coach, or there are many courses available all over the world, but this is not necessary. If you’re interested, you can find a free online training and certification at the bottom of this page.

The demand for life coaches has never been greater than it is today.

As a Life Coach, you have a unique skill set that includes a desire to overcome challenges and live a better life. You also have an incredible draw toward the idea of helping others do likewise.

Some of the things you will be helping others to do would include identifying and changing habits that might be preventing someone from having the life they want. You believe that people should find ways to get along with each other, you’re pretty good at bringing people together, and encouraging them to work through their differences.

Life can be hard, and you will be able to help people hang on, and help to gain perspective about the things that might be getting them down, helping them reduce their stress levels, and assisting them in finding peace and harmony in their lives.

Living a difficult life can cause someone to give up on the search for love and happiness. You can give them hope and help them realize that if they could just take control and approach life differently, the whole world around them changes. Then love and joy become options when they may not have been previously.

You can help them define their goals and acting as their accountability partner, you can help them achieve their goals and greatly enhance their quality of life.

There is little work that you can do that is so rewarding as being a life coach. I have been blessed to do this type of work most of my life, and I can tell you, there’s nothing better than boing in the room with someone when they make a breakthrough or have a life-changing epiphany. This is good work.

Nowadays, I am more focused on training coaches rather than the one-on-one sessions (though I still do those as well). I feel like it is a way that I can greatly multiply my efforts by teaching others to help many others achieve their highest and best. This is the latest expansion of my personal calling and mission in life.