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I have an obsession. I always have.
My obsession has been to answer a question.
“What makes us thrive?”
I have followed this obsession through the years, down roads in need of clearing. I found it when my memories began; in my climbing tree where I spoke to God. Where I asked deep questions that swirl inside every single six year old’s mind. Children know more than we think. And from that moment on, I pursued the answer, through faith, through adventure, through writing, asking, seeking, failing, depression, elation, facing fears, getting married, traveling, friendships...LIFE. This was my schooling.
My obsession is to live free.
To find the tools that transcend bad days.
To understand how pain can be used.
How happiness can be created and cultivated.
How to not get swallowed up by fear, depression and anxiety.
How to take risks instead of staying safe.
How to fuel the body chemically and emotionally with food.
To create rituals that invigorate on the daily.
To make changes.
To admit fault.
To find another door unopened.
Another key that unlocks another way.
To meet the common human needs we all share.
To meet them in positive ways.
To dissect emotions, cues and actions.
To see behind things and through things.
To kick ass.
I am and always have been: A Self Development Coach. Everything I’ve pursued points to this.
And now I dive deeply into Self Development training. I will forever be learning, growing and changing. My hope is to help others live life with freedom. Cause that’s what we all want, right?
We all want:
Connection & Love
To Contribute Beyond Ourselves
To obtain these needs we use positive or negative things. We either take care of ourselves and others or we hurt ourselves and others. Surprisingly, these needs can be met either way. How do you want your needs to be met? Do you want to live your life at full capacity, taking risks that move you forward? Or do you want to replace this epic life with addiction, anxiety, depression and anger?
Over the next few months I will be adding to my skill set more direct personal development skills in order to lead people through the muck of life and discover how to thrive. I’ll be looking for some pro bono clients to work with as I build this business combining Nutritional Therapy, Herbalism and Self Development. If you are someone who suffers with low motivation in life and find yourself in disappointing patterns whether physical or mental, please get in contact with me for the possibility of working together!
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Bailey Patrice & Jonathan David