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There are 2 main emotions that put humans into action: PLEASURE & PAIN.

When you know something’s going to bring you pleasure, like taking a vacation, you act on it. You save the money, book the reservation, and jet set off to having the time of your life.

And when you experience the pain of losing a loved one to a disease in a way that could have been prevented, like a sudden heart-attack, this could also put you into action to take better care of yourself.

Or… maybe not.

What I’ve noticed over the years working with clients is this: Most people don’t change until the pain is really BIG and relevant.

Sometimes the pain is their own (a life-threatening diagnosis, for example) and sometimes it’s related to someone close to them (a sudden preventable death in the family).

A recent study revealed that most people are more apt to make changes in their life (and maintain them) after a significant life event, also known as “The Wake-Up Call”.

Isn’t that interesting…so many of us are living by the motto: “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”

Well, here’s why you don’t want to live by that motto:

#1 It’s much easier to maintain good habits, than to try and create new ones from scratch.

#2 Life is very short and you don’t know when your time is up.

I’m sure you’ve heard these things before.


But the bigger question is: Are you doing all that you can to live your best life? Or are you leaving it all up to chance, instead?

I think the biggest misconception most people have about health is that it’s linear. That everything you need to do to maintain good health is in a blueprint, detox, cleanse, etc, etc.

This is so far from the truth. The real truth is this: You already know WHAT to do, you’re just not doing it. And I used to say “that’s okay”, but in reality it is not.

If my intuition serves me well, I bet there’s so much more you’d like to get out of life than what you’re settling for now. If your time was up tomorrow, would you be satisfied with your life up to this point?

If the answer is no, it’s time to consider a change.

I want to support you in digging deeper into your personal priorities so you can create a life well-lived,  and the first step in that support system is what I call a Clarity Call.

A Clarity Call is a 1-hour free session that I offer to those I’m inspired to share ideas, inspiration and direction with that I think could be very helpful.

Now is your time, because all we ever have is now. You can simply click the button below to fill out a brief form, and we’ll get you on the calendar right away!