I believe that we each know deep down what we truly want in life. Some of us talk ourselves out of those desires because of fear. Fear of what others might think, fear of what we think our limitations are, fear of failure, and so on. My method is to help you figure out what you want-what will truly enrich your life and make you happy. I want to help you overcome your fears, and limiting beliefs to achieve those goals. I want you to envision the goals you want as realities. Then, put those goals into motion, to find yourself becoming the best version of you.
It's been on my mind lately to talk about red flags. We all know about them, we've all heard of them, but do we really know what they are? Some of us, without a doubt, can see one, and know for certain they've hit a red flag. And for some, it's a dead stop in a relationship or situation. While others, will recognize it as a red flag, but proceed forward anyway. Still others, will not even know they've come across a red flag. Now, red flags can be deceiving, and what one might think is, another would not. I thought it would be helpful to call some out here, and some what I'll call "pink" flags which means not necessarily a "terrible" sign, but something to be cautious about. Red Flags: Does not ever see any person from their family Does not pay child support for their kids Pushes, hits, kicks or in any way physically abuses you Goes for several days without contacting you back, without reason You catch him/her in a flat out lie