♡ After a two-day event, a client found the perspective and belief in herself she needed to make a new decision about her marriage, disengage from pain, and create a life and “her own business” she never thought was possible.


♡ After peering into uncharted territory, a client realized her deepest desire for downtown living. She found the courage to sell her family farm, buy a condo in a hi-rise building, with millions left over to enjoy her new life.


♡ After giving her permission to consider a new path, a client found she “lit up” on being a speaker and trainer more than her accomplished career in corporate sales. She became a trainer for a global company on the rise and her future income potential increased by 300%.


♡ After I helped a client see her false limitations, she went from painful and estranged family relationships to deep connections with a unified family who enjoys each other all year and a special family reunion every summer.

I’m so grateful for the opportunity to be with each of these amazing women!  We did some very meaningful work together.

Charlene attended one of our events.  Her transformation – despite her hesitancy to attend – was something that she never expected.  Look at that happy woman!

Here is a SparkChat segment where Sunshine and I remember the conversation we had that changed everything.  Watch her face glow as she talks about her trip to the lake of her childhood.

I appreciate what each of these women have to say.  It was my joy to serve them!

Just a few weeks after our event, Jennifer was tragically killed in a car accident on the way home from visiting her daughter.  They were mailing her daughter’s wedding invitations together.  Jennifer was constantly affirming to me and my work.  In her death, I saw anew how important REALLY LIVING OUR SPECIAL LIFE IS (which she did) and that was her truest testament to the importance of what we did together.  Here she is at our event. Look at her living full out!!  At the funeral, her brother told me, “We didn’t know what she was doing, but we saw she was enjoying her life more than ever.”  Love to you, Jennifer!