Happy New Year 2012!

2012 is here. There has been a lot of talk about the changes to come in 2012.  Nos­tradamus pre­dicted unprece­dented polit­i­cal, cli­mate, and finan­cial changes that would alter our world from this point on.  There is evi­dence many of these things are com­ing to pass.  We are just start­ing to come out of the worst eco­nomic decline we have seen since the Great Depres­sion.  Weather pat­terns are bring­ing dam­age and chaos to many parts of the world.  In the North­east alone we have suf­fered from a tor­nado, earth­quake, hur­ri­cane which brought dev­as­tat­ing flood­ing and a freak snow storm in Octo­ber but no snow for Christ­mas.  I have lived my whole life in the North­east and have never seen such destruc­tive weather hit all in one year.  In addi­tion, the unrest of oppressed peo­ple has top­pled long-standing regimes and brought polit­i­cal unrest through­out the world.

What hasn’t got­ten any air time in regards to the changes of 2012, is that we are man­i­fest­ing the poten­tial for indi­vid­ual change and growth.  Yes, we are going through a period of great uncer­tainty.  We are also more capa­ble than ever to change how we view the world.  Who we are as indi­vid­u­als is more mal­leable than ever before.  There is great power for per­sonal change in the com­ing year.  The pro­lif­er­a­tion of the inter­net has brought the pos­si­bil­ity to con­nect with more peo­ple and ideas than ever before.  Social media are chang­ing the way busi­ness works and how we get infor­ma­tion.  This all means we can make new choices all the time to cre­ate some­thing new in our lives and con­nect with oth­ers who feel as we do.

Happy New Year 2012

What do you want to change this year?  What will make you more of who you have always been.  Now is the time to con­nect with that part of your­self and cre­ate an amaz­ing life.  2012 is a time of amaz­ing poten­tial. Make 2012 your best year ever!

Change is Coming

In the past weeks I have been re-evaluating my life and career goals.  When I looked at what was hap­pen­ing in my life and where I wanted it to go, it was clear refo­cus­ing was in order.

I am a firm believer in cre­at­ing the life you love and, as Joseph Camp­bell so aptly put it, “Fol­low your bliss.”  I real­ized I was doing things to make money with­out  pas­sion for what I was doing.  I was just try­ing to make money.  I wasn’t expe­ri­enc­ing the suc­cess I had envi­sioned and it was reflected in my desire to par­tic­i­pate in my work.

The next log­i­cal ques­tion was “what do I love to do more than any­thing else?”  The answer was easy to come up with.  I love coach­ing peo­ple around cre­at­ing health and well­ness to live a vibrant life.  It’s some­thing I have always been good at and have a his­tory of doing it suc­cess­fully as a pro­fes­sional.  Health coach­ing has long been a nat­ural exten­sion of my edu­ca­tion, inspi­ra­tion and talents.

Just think­ing about doing it again makes my happy all over.  I am filled with joy to finally be get­ting back to fol­low­ing my bliss.  I know by exten­sion it will be some­thing I am suc­cess­ful at on every level that matters.

So what does this mean for my blog?  There will be changes.  You can look for­ward to a new design of the blog.  Things will be more stream­lined and pro­fes­sional.  You will prob­a­bly hear less about my daily hap­pen­ings and more focus on well­ness and holis­tic liv­ing.  I will have infor­ma­tion about indi­vid­ual and group coach­ing as well as events I will be par­tic­i­pat­ing in.

I’ve got a mil­lion ideas and they will be reflected on the pages of my blog.  I hope you like them and con­tinue to par­tic­i­pate.  I feel like I am com­ing home and return­ing to my true self.  I’m so excited to share it with you.