Sick of holding onto worry, guilt and stress all the time? Afraid of change? Tired of feeling like you are stuck in relationships, work, negative situations or people that are just dragging you down? Have you ever thought, “This situation is killing me, I’ve just gotta let it go!” But I don’t even know where to begin.
Letting go can feel like one of the hardest and scariest things for us to do, especially when you’re tired of holding on to something that is causing you pain, isn’t working for YOU and you’re unsure of what to do.
But Girl, how are you ever going to move forward if you’re not willing to let go of what is dragging you down?
Good news-there is a better way and were going to find it together!
Together we will learn:
-Why you are hanging on so tight, what is keeping you stuck, and how to release and find your new norm, without crashing to the ground.
-How to identify and listen to the one critical voice that you have been ignoring, that is guiding and speaking to you louder than all the other.
-Learn easy strategies for finding your new path, embracing the uncertainty, and learn to trust yourself again.
About Caryl Mix
Caryl Mix is a Life Strategist and Mentor for your mind, body and business. With 21 years of entrepreneurial experience, Caryl has gained much skill, perspective and insight into the struggles that women entrepreneurs and busy professional women face, both in work and in their home life.
Through one on one coaching, group programs and events, Caryl helps guide women that are disconnected, depleted and overwhelmed, from doing everything, for everyone else, except themselves.
By helping to bridge the gaps in the areas of their lives, where they are just going through the motions, Caryl helps others to create calm in the chaos, so that they can feel centered and fulfilled, while living their most productive, engaged, happy life.
Caryl is a graduate of Robbins-Madanes Center of Strategic Intervention, a facilitator for Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University and is an award-winning Toastmaster.
She is a wife, mother of 3 monkeys and Charlotte’s Nana. When she is not coaching or wearing her sassy pants, you will likely find her playing on the beaches of Maine, hanging out in the forest or behind the lens of her camera.
You can reach Caryl at her website http://www.carylmix.com