My superhuman body
I have a superhuman body. Not in the aesthetic or Captain America sense; it’s just that I so rarely get sick anymore.
When I was young I suffered through asthma, acne, and hairline fractures in my legs (a true blessing as I’d been praying for an excuse to quit basketball). All healed, all fine.
In 1998 I got mono and then in 2013 I got a stomach bug - and that’s pretty much the extent of my adult health chart.
In addition to not getting very sick (as if that weren’t enough), I’ve somehow managed to walk away from car accidents, sports, and unprotected sex with nothing more than a scratch.
The only health issue that really stands out for me is when I went into a severe depression for several years in the 2000s. I did everything I thought I was supposed to - therapy, meds, repeat. Nothing worked until I moved to Korea, which forced me to go cold turkey on both the meds and the therapy.
Suddenly, I had to find a solution to heal myself. And I did.
Coming out of that depression I realized that I had put my trust in others to heal me.
But I learned that it is up to us to heal ourselves. And we all have the power to do that.
What I learned from listening to my body
Even if I didn’t know it at the time, I can see that my decision to move to Korea was my decision to heal myself. I didn’t understand the gut feeling to move across the globe to a country I’d never seen or whose language I didn’t understand. But I listened.
Eight years later, that same voice told me to return to the States. And despite having no job, nowhere to go outside of Clarksville, TN, and a political climate that was not representative of anything I valued - I returned.
And I kept listening.
Suddenly I had job offers. I had a future.
Even though I liked one of the jobs, I held off. I visited Connecticut and saw friends and loved ones. And I could feel my body telling me to move back to The Land of Steady Habits.
Not exactly what I had in mind as Connecticut was the one place on earth I vowed never to live again, having placed the blame of my depression solely on Hartford’s shoulders. I didn’t understand but I knew to listen and follow.
After three days, I decided to move back to Hartford.
I quickly realized there weren’t many jobs in the region I’d be interested in, so I pulled out my dusty business plan and one month later I was living downtown and running my own business.
In the first two months, I racked up $40k in contracts and never looked back.
My work with you
In the time since, my business has shifted as I continue to listen to my physical, spiritual, and emotional bodies. What was once a marketing consultancy that helped businesses earn traction online is now a company that helps you overcome the blocks to your own personal successes.
I have grown and my business has grown with me.
It excites me to help you find the successes you desire for your business (and personal life). It excites me because it resonates with me.
When you dive deeper into your body, I do the same. We grow together and that is my motivation.