Finding a New "Trajectory"

Finding a New Trajectory

I realized the other day that my strength in Life Coaching is giving my clients a “trajectory.”  I enjoy watching my clients reach goals that they never knew, originally, existed.  “Existed” is defined as “to have life or the functions of vitality.”

To have life or the functions of vitality is a purpose that we should all strive.  I have noticed that women in their fifties, after their kids have left the nest or they have gone through a significant life change, think about going back to work or they desire  to change their careers.  They may want something more purposeful or meaningful but they may opt for a job at Starbucks or working in a school kitchen.  Those are not bad jobs and many women benefit from those jobs.  One may find much purpose and meaning in those careers.  But others are wanting something different and they want a place to work where they are passionate about their occupation and calling.

You  may desire to wake up in the morning excited and full of zeal to get dressed and clock into a situation where you feel you are making a difference in a person’s life and in this world.

I was one of those women that needed a new “trajectory.”  My last son left for the Marines a few years back and I needed a new calling and passion.  I wrestled, read books, prayed and sought the Lord for guidance.  Eventually, I found my new passion in Life Coaching.  I found that I enjoyed helping women take flight in a new calling and soar by using their strengths and giftedness.

I would love to help you to become the woman of purpose and passion.  I would love to have the opportunity to help you with your new “trajectory.”