Sorry for the delay in responding - family crisis.
Loving your bio - I agree with you on so many things. I especially agree that our young people aren't brought up expecting to have great lives, which is tragic. My daughter wants to be the first woman on the moon and my son a world-renowned comic actor - and because I know that they're capable of achieving anything (in my daughter's case, against all the odds), I encourage them to believe in and follow their dreams and I give them as many tools as I can to do just that. My son (16) says that every kid should have a Life Coach and even that schools ought to invest in employing coaches! My daughter (20) says that I help her to move forward with her dreams by asking the right questions and stimulating her thinking in the right way. I feel privileged to be a mum who can pass this big thinking on to my children.
I've been a Coach for a year now and am in the process of re-branding what I do, to specialise in life purpose/large life coaching. I spoke about it at a women's group last week and the response was amazing - from hostile (just one lady, who made her feelings quite vocal (under her breath!), whilst I was speaking, to complete resonance from women who feel lost in their lives and sense there's something more for them out there, if only they could find it - and that's where I come in.
Been learning a lot about e-marketing, so also in the process of implemeting the learning.
How about you? You don't say what you do. I'm intrigued to know what organisation you work for - sounds amazing.
I am half way through my second reading. I loved it the first time through but sometimes when I am really into a book I go too fast so am going through it again. I am finding it is one of the more motivating books I have read. I am already going through my day saying to myself "am I thinking big or am I thinking small". So that is a pretty good step so far.