Evolution is inevitable if you are willing to open yourself up to the potential of growth.
I’ve learned a ton in the past two years while working as a nutrition professional.
I have extracted lessons from each and every experience and client interaction, and have explored the edge of my capacity to serve.
And now, based on what I’ve gathered and in response to what I’ve learned, I refine.
I had a really hard conversation with myself a few days ago (if you can picture it, I was driving down a rural country road talking to myself, lol) and a question popped out.
“Am I still fulfilled by nutrition coaching?”
I love coaching. I love helping people. I love the intimacy of working one-on-one with clients. I love food and nutrition. And I love alchemizing challenges into celebrations.
And while I do what I do because I truly care about the experience of those who’ve chosen to work with me, I also care about my own experience. Because if I’m being honest, a large part of what I do is because I’m devoted to my evolution as a leader and who I become in the process.
In my opinion, you cannot serve if you’re not interested in your own growth.
In addressing that question, I discovered that there is still something that is driving me to serve as a nutrition professional. I still desire to help people navigate their challenges with nutrition and be an integral part of their success.
But I can also choose to alter how I go about doing that. (Shameless plug for my upcoming Aligned Activation workshop on Nov. 16th titled The Power of Choice. Check it out HERE.)
I’m in the process of updating both my Functional Nutrition and Aligned Activation pages so if you have any questions about my services in the meantime, please reach out.
Simplicity (paired with minimalism) is one of my core pillars and I know I’m making moves that are more in alignment with where I am currently and where I see my trajectory heading.
I’d be honored to serve you if you feel called to work with me.