When was the last time you felt…
… as if you were truly on your life path?
Pursuing what is most important to you.
Feeling really alive?
What do you want?
Sometimes there doesn’t seem to be a ready or simple answer.
Asking yourself what you and your family need gets complicated quickly.
It makes sense that we all need help finding our own best answers.
When did the path disappear?
When life gets complicated with a mortgage, children, family expectations, and other challenges, you have little time to wonder where the path went.
Getting lost in the forest of day-to-day responsibilities leads you away from what you really want.
If it’s difficult to figure out what you want, you’re off your path.
If you are in a marriage or a long-term relationship, pursuing careers and wanting to parent children, then something has to give. The hard choice is that someone will have to restructure their career to be able to manage this important decision. If you need help to determine the challenges of these changes, I can help.
When you are the sole breadwinner for a couple or family, stuck in a dead-end job, quitting or changing careers is not easy. What if it requires relocation or additional education?
What if I never had a path?
We all expect to find ourselves on a life path that makes sense. But sometimes it never materalizes. One of the most important parts of a fulfilling life is the opportunity to do meaningful work. Work that has you getting out of bed ready to hit the ground running. If you’ve never felt this way, or you are living paycheck to paycheck, and don’t know where to start to change, I can help.
When you rediscover your path…
Your choices for yourself, as well as your family or partner, become clear. Communication improves. Relationships deepen. Work choices become more directed. Conflicts are easier to resolve. You are more present with your kids. Able to model happiness for them.
Hi, I’m Lynn.
My search to find and stay on my path has been a process.
There have been distractions and responsibilities.
I learned to broaden my original choices. Figured out how to add a second career while making difficult choices to live my life with as few regrets as possible. All while financially supporting, educating, and launching two stepchildren.
It wasn’t always easy, but it all has been worth it.