Some people don’t like to say goodbye to summer, but I love everything about it: the crisp cool breeze, the change in the leaves, and remembering the excitement of going back to school for the fun stuff: a new wardrobe, a new bookbag, and especially new possibilities.
My team and I are working to #goBig here at my home office in NYC Glitzy’s Garrett (and yes, Glitzy is my nickname)! We’re looking to serve you.
This Is Where You Come In.
After my successful debut at Hay House, I was inundated with emails from so many women.
This is what some of you said:
- “I want to find my voice.”
- “I am taking a dance class and I’m stuck. Not just in the dance class. I can’t move and and I can’t move in my life.” (I can relate, see below)
- “There’s a missing piece in my life and I can’t put my finger on it…”
It hit me that everyday these young women are waking up, taking showers, getting dressed, putting on a brave face, heading out and conquering the world. But inside there was something eating at them. These are top performing, financially successful women so what was going on?
I Know How It Feels To Be STUCK
A few years ago, I was in a bad spot. To mix things up, I enrolled in a Latin dance class and I found I couldn’t move my hips. Here I was, an actress/dancer who couldn’t dance. I looked around at the other people in the room swinging around luxuriously and thought: “I’ve got to do something about it.”
I dove in with the energy of an insatiable student. I studied with the best personal development coaches, I worked on myself consistently: spiritually and sensually. I pored through every seminar, webinar and book I could get my hands on.
I was determined to find out why I felt stuck and why I (a former dancer) couldn’t get my hips to move.
It took years, but I learned both to get my hips moving and my life moving. I got to the root of the problem and now live a remarkable life.
My mission in life is to help all women I encounter to do the same thing:
Succeeding, feeling fulfilled and living a remarkable life.
So I want to hear from you
I’m working on some new material and I would love to hear how I can help you:
What is on you mind?
Where do you feel stuck in your life?
What do you wish you could do but haven’t had the courage to do.
I read every email.