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What Is It Time For You to Let Go Of?

“Some of us think holding on makes us strong; but sometimes it is letting go.”  – Hermann Hesse

Hello, October.

It feels like summer just zoomed on by and now fall is officially HERE!

The countdown is on to the final 3 months of 2017, which means it’s time to take massive action in your life and business to set yourself up to end the year strong.

While fall can be an exciting season of change, it can also be a sacred time of letting go

Indeed, sometimes the action you need to take is not to ADD something new to your life, but to RELEASE something old that’s been weighing you down.

This fall, I invite you to explore the opportunity to dig deep and discover for yourself what needs to be purged so that you can fully open up to receive all the abundance that is waiting for you.

What is it time for you to let go of?

Which thoughts, habits, behaviors, relationships, etc. are no longer serving you in your life and business?

What do you need to release in order to achieve the results you want?

Oh, and by the way –

What do you really want?

What is true for you – right now in this moment? 

Answer the questions of your heart.

And then…

Take inspired action from there.



P.S. I’m opening up my calendar to take on a few private coaching clients in October! If you’re a woman who desires individual 1-on-1 attention and you’re serious about transforming your life and business, then this could be the best next step for you. The value of private coaching is being able to receive personalized guidance and support for YOUR specific desires, business goals and personal challenges.

Click here to apply for a Discovery Call where we will discuss whether now is the time for us to work together:


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