I am a Motivational speaker and an Intuitive Life Coach giving guidance to those going through a struggle, by providing the tools I adopted in the midst of my adversities. I help you find your inner strength and power to overcome and allow joy back into your life. Cover art photo provided by NordWood Themes on Unsplash:unsplash.com/@nordwood
Jacki talks to us about her granddaughter learning to crawl, up on all fours rocking back and forth. She shows us how sometimes where we are at in life we are just in the “rocking stage”, not quite ready to go forward. How this stage is where we gain strength to allow us to move forward with success, healing, triumph. That if we don’t gain the strength and try moving forward we fall, just as her granddaughter tries to move forward and falls on her tummy because she hasn’t gained enough strength.
Jacki talks about how saying those two words can be so hard. Along with how they can be used so easily that there is no emotions behind them. Hear her talk about an incident that happened last night that triggered her to speak on this today.
Jacki talks about allowing ourselves to “play in puddles” and raising our kids to do the same thing. She speaks about how we say “don’t do this, don’t step in that” and so on and so on. Then we want them to be different, their authentic self. We want them to step out of their comfort zones and try new things. She encourages all of us to look at our life today and see where we need to be PLAYING IN PUDDLES!
Jacki talks about the unconditional love of her dear dog Gus. How it made her stop and think about our friendships with our human friends. Are we loving them through it all. Silent support, an invite or a quick text. Jacki challenges you to re-evaluate where you are at in your friendships.
Jacki talks about “change” that can occur in our lives and how to maneuver through it. She encourages us to welcome the change that we may be facing and how it can benefit us and our journey we are on.
Jacki talks to you about being a “thermometer“ leader vs. being a “thermostat” leader. She helps you recognize are you going through the day comfortable and reflecting the environment you are in? Or are you setting the goals you need to achieve the success you want for the day? She challenges you to look at where you are at today. Are you a “thermometer” or are you a “thermostat” in your business, family and job?