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About me

I live in San Luis Obispo, CA and am a mother of two.  I graduated with a Bachelors degree in business management with concentration in marketing back in 2010.  Several years ago,  after a Tony Robbins seminar, I realized what my true calling was-to be a life coach. With a difficult upbringing, challenging personal relationships, my own bout with disease, and my own self-doubt, I thought it would be hard to attain the dreams I envisioned for myself.  Instead, I have realized those things only helped me to figure out who I truly am, and what I am truly capable of. I don’t believe that “mistakes” identify you. They teach you, and challenge you to grow. I now enjoy life. I look forward to working on my dreams, my goals, and want to help others do the same.


Below is a link to my website for more information:
https://townecoaching.com/

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