Are you in a
´squiggly ´ relationship
with life and work?
Allow me to assist
you see the beauty
in your squiggly…
Fractals are a growth pattern; endlessly repeating themselves in spirals, a sacred code to growth – here, a Mandelbrot fractal, made in FRAX.
Squiggly: `consisting of a line or lines that curve and twist in a way that is not regular´
– Cambridge Dictionary
For me, squiggly means being on a windy path, finding beauty through trusting consciousness to expand with every lesson of growth, & bracing myself for this never-ending journey, repeatedly reminding myself to enjoy this ride of life!
However, it has not always been beautiful. My path has been much about wriggling myself out of childhood trauma through what I once perceived as adversity, mistakes, and victimhood. However, those perspectives were nothing but misconceptions rooted in pain. I dare say they have somehow become my superpowers! So can your squiggly!
Through persistence that I wasn’t fully aware of at first – via beauty fueled by love, joy, and a deep sense of belonging to potentiality, squiggly became interesting and windy; merely a rich field from which to draw wisdom.
I am not claiming to have reached any final truth or destination of bliss; other than an insatiable hunger to know more, feel fully, and be, do, and live with fulfillment!
Expanding consciousness together in the practice of summoning leadership as love, is my mission-statement presently, in deepening practice with like-minded.
I invite you to join me on this path of growth, however beautifully challenging life is on your end. I will honor our coaching-relationship with respect and integrity in right-mindedness of your agenda.
If you are curious to what it is like to work with me, I invite you to book a complimentary coaching call to discover how I may support your journey.
What would you like to work on?
I mostly work with leadership groups and a few (highly motivated) individuals over time. Working incrementally over time with self-development yield the deepest learning, transformation, and outcomes.
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photo: Laura-Ann Morrison