Bored?  Dissatisfied?  Lost?  Confused?  Unmotivated?  And, ironically, feeling guilty about feeling that way??

You are SO not alone.  If you’re somewhere between 40 and 65 (give or take a few years on either side), you’re right in the midst of it!  And it doesn’t mean that life isn’t great, or that you’re inherently dissatisfied or unhappy, or unfulfilled.

Well, it might mean some amount of one or all of those.  But you’re not complaining, or maybe you are.

It’s a struggle that faces most midlife women.  And it’s one that you can address.  So that you can get to living your life.  The one you always wanted and know is possible, no matter where you are now, or where you’ve been.  All it takes is some Clarity, some Direction, and some Accountability.

“People may call what happens at midlife ‘a crisis’, but it’s not. It’s an unravelling – a time when you feel a desperate pull to live the life you want to live, not the one you’re ‘supposed’ to live. The unravelling is a time when you are challenged by the universe to let go of who you think you are supposed to be and to embrace who you are.”

Brené Brown

Visual Coaching is a unique approach to dealing with that unravelling – getting clarity, making decisions, and uncovering the self that’s been buried for SO long.

How do you sound when you talk to yourself about who you are and what you want for your life?  At mid-life, it’s easy to find yourself at a crossroads.  Where has the time gone?  Who are you?  Did you lose yourself somewhere along the way?

Buried under kids, career, to do lists, and other people’s agendas and expectations, most women put themselves and their goals and dreams on the back burner.  And now, all of a sudden, with a little time to ponder, and, often, a sense of time rushing by, you realize that you want to be back on the list – hopefully at the top!  But, where do you even start?  And really, does it even matter?

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So what can I expect from Visual Coaching?

Using a unique combination of tools and expertise that I’ve certified in, used myself, and shared with 100’s of clients over the last 15+ years, I’ll show you, definitively, who you are (or, more accurately, remind you who you were).

Then we will walk through a series of maps, conversations and worksheets to help you get clarity about what you want, improve your confidence in getting it, and give you accountability for getting there. Along the way, I’ll introduce a variety of tools, from Positive Psychology to Intentional Creativity to HeartMath to Hand Analysis, to help you gracefully and effectively manage the inevitable highs and lows along the way. And that’s important because staying engaged, and out of your limiting beliefs and distractions can be your biggest challenge.

After all these years of being last on your list (usually), change takes courage, determination, and an inner motivation that comes from never second guessing yourself, or wondering if you’re worth it.

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Clients’ thoughts…

Lori is a natural at grasping the meaningful stuff.  Her questions were always spot on.  And I love her visuals and how she always pieced it together so beautifully on each map for me to keep.

Julie Hellmann

The process that Lori took me through has been, by far, the most helpful and insightful to help me along my path.  The real key to success was Lori’s innate talent to draw out of me what I am trying to say and put it to paper in a way that I understand and can (and will) continue to refer to for a long time to come.

Lana Wright

One last thing. IT DOES MATTER whether you finally live the life you want to live.

No question that it’s easy to feel that you’re just being silly, or selfish. Who are you to be dissatisfied? Life might pretty good or even great. Unfortunately that doesn’t seem to stop the unravelling. And, yes, there are bigger things to think about. Yes, other people’s needs and wants and the practical, day to day things that have always come before you and your dreams on your long to-do list are likely still there.

You’ve probably built up some not very helpful beliefs and habits that have kept you from ‘the desperate pull’ – until now. But that voice in your head that says you can be more, that you want more and can do more, and that you are worthy of living the life you’d always imagined won’t be ignored anymore. It’s time to give up the ‘suppose to’ – because, if not now, when?

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