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You’re paralyzed, hot, nauseous, unable to sleep. Mentally grasping for any control of your situation. You’re breathing rapidly, a sharp, impending dread pierces you, and all that you’re desperate to scream is:  

 
“WHY CAN’T YOU EVER STOP THINKING!?”

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You’re paralyzed, hot, nauseous, unable to sleep. Mentally grasping for any control of your situation. You’re breathing rapidly, a sharp, impending dread pierces you, and all that you’re desperate to scream is:  

 

WHY CAN’T YOU EVER STOP THINKING!?

Girl, Are You Ready To Befriend Your Brain?

To Be a Calm, Confident, Beautiful Badass?

 

Does anything from this situation sound familiar?

You’re driving around the parking lot and the spirit of Goldilocks seems to possess you. 

There’s an empty spot near the entrance, but to make life easier, you want one you can drive straight through. 

“Pass. You don’t want to try and squeeze in there, and it’s further from the store anyway. Go and find a better spot”

But you soon learn there isn’t another spot. 

The whole place is full. 

A little jolt of panic hits you. 

“Don’t worry, just head over to that one near the entrance” 

Taken. 

Your palms sweat a little.

“Shit. Okay, it’s fine, you passed some streetside parking, you can go there”

So you exit the parking lot, and start to parallel park into one. 

Slowly. 

“That didn’t work. Pull out and try again one more time. Don’t mess this up again, people are watching you”

*BEEEEP*

A truck’s horn fires electricity through your bones. Your thoughts start speeding up and blurring. 

“Oh god. They’re angry at you now. You’re wasting their time. Why can’t you just park this damn car right?” 

You drip sweat and your hands shake. 

“Cars are piling up.

You’re causing a scene.

What if someone comes and yells at you?

What if you cause an accident?

What if someone dies because you can’t park quickly enough!?”

You’ve completely lost your ability to concentrate.

You’re tumbling down the spiral, completely flustered.

You pull forward again and just keep driving. You can’t do this today. Shopping will have to wait. 

In frustration, all you want to scream is:

“WHY CAN’T YOU EVER STOP THINKING!?”

  • Do you long to feel calm and composed? 
  • To go with the flow and have even a hint of carefree? 
  • To have the confidence to face simple, everyday challenges?
  • Do you wish you could stop grasping for control of everything? 
  • To, for once, just live in the moment, without irrational fears consuming you?

In 5 years, will you be all alone? 

Will fears of trying new things not only stop you making new friendships, but also allow your existing ones to dissolve? 

If you look back over the past 5 years, are you confident you can say you really allowed yourself to live your life? 

Do you want the next 5 years to look the same? 

For you to remain constantly trapped in worried thoughts about problems that never actually happen, instead of enjoying what’s right in front of you? 

 

Are You Irresponsible? Or a Bad Partner? 

 

You’re walking into the supermarket and your partner sends you a message:

“Hey! Could you grab me a tub of hummus while you’re at the store?”

Hummus? Easy. You’ve got this. 

So, you strut in there, head down the snacks isle, and as you reach out for the perfect pot, you hesitate:

“Wait…. Normal hummus? Or…low fat? No no no…. He’ll think you’re suggesting he lose weight”

Oh… but what about flavors? Pepper? Jalapeno?? Cilantro???  ….does he even like cilantro?”

You take a slow breath. 

It’s okay..

Don’t panic.

It’s just hummus.

Not a reflection of your entire relationship. 

“What if this is a reflection of your entire relationship..? 

If you don’t know what dips he likes, should you even be together?

The knot in your stomach continues to tighten. 

It’s all too much.

You grab the multipack of small “artisinal” hummus..hummuses…? hummusi?? 

Cool. Great. Crisis overcome. 

“$9.50 is a lot to spend…… 

What if he doesn’t like them AND you waste that money?” 

What if he gets annoyed at you? 

disappointed

HURT?”

You struggle to catch your breath. 

You notice you’re biting your nails, and stare at your fingers, confused.

Your stomach drops. 

The supermarket suddenly seems much louder and brighter. 

You don’t know where to turn.

“Shit! What is happening??

You don’t know what your partner likes, and you’re irresponsible with money. 

And what about your credit card debt? 

If you throw away money on hummus, how will you ever pay that off??”

You’ve completely lost control of your thoughts. 

You’re tumbling down the spiral, completely flustered.

You put down your basket like the irresponsible person you are, and flee the supermarket for the safety of your car. 

“Oh shit. Oh shit. Oh shit” 

WHY CAN’T YOU EVER STOP THINKING!?

  • Do you long to silence your inner critic?
  • To get permission to start enjoying your life?
  • Do you wish you could focus on what was important?  
  • To stop making decisions based on insecurity or fear??
  • To, for once, get through the week without a meltdown about [insert pointless thing here]???

Once again, imagine in five years time… How many months will you have lost to constant overwhelm and having your mind paralyzed by pointless decisions and irrational fears? 

How many amazing experiences will you miss because you can’t stop your brain from worrying about the future? 

From constantly trying to control? 

From preparing for every eventuality with endless checklists and rehearsals of conversations that you will never actually have?

And the ways overthinking could be hurting you don’t end there! 

Maybe your relationships are being damaged because you spend all night awake worrying about everything you need to do, and then end up snappy and overly emotional because you’re so tired? 

How amazing would your relationships look if you were able to calm your thoughts, to get the rest you need, and to give your friends or partner your focus and attention?

Perhaps social media is leaving you in a constant panic? Taking cool pictures, making sure they look perfect, the worries about how many likes you’ll get, if people will like it, or think you’re dumb? 

How much free time would you have if it wasn’t being stolen by compulsive social media use? What books would you read? Friends would you see? Even businesses would you build?

Does considering what you want to do with your life, leave you smothered with a feeling of impending doom? Like you have no idea what your passion is, and you can’t help but feel like a failure as you compare your life to how successful everyone else’s is?

How light would you feel if you silenced the maddening worries in your head, and were able to hear what you actually desire, value and want from life?  

Is your constant panic about your child’s health or direction, causing them psychological damage? Are attempts to shield them from all harm, leaving them emotionally stunted and fearful of the world?

How proud would you feel for your children to grow up to do something they value? To feel supported, but not suffocated? To feel confident in taking on any challenge they may face? 

Girl, Are You Ready To Befriend Your Brain?

To Be a Calm, Confident, Beautiful Badass?

 

Does anything from this situation sound familiar?

You’re driving around the parking lot and the spirit of Goldilocks seems to possess you. 

There’s an empty spot near the entrance, but to make life easier, you want one you can drive straight through. 

“Pass. You don’t want to try and squeeze in there, and it’s further from the store anyway. Go and find a better spot”

But you soon learn there isn’t another spot. 

The whole place is full. 

A little jolt of panic hits you. 

“Don’t worry, just head over to that one near the entrance” 

Taken. 

Your palms sweat a little.

“Shit. Okay, it’s fine, you passed some streetside parking, you can go there”

So you exit the parking lot, and start to parallel park into one. 

Slowly. 

“That didn’t work. Pull out and try again one more time. Don’t mess this up again, people are watching you”

*BEEEEP*

A truck’s horn fires electricity through your bones. Your thoughts start speeding up and blurring. 

“Oh god. They’re angry at you now. You’re wasting their time. Why can’t you just park this damn car right?” 

You drip sweat and your hands shake. 

“Cars are piling up.

You’re causing a scene.

What if someone comes and yells at you?

What if you cause an accident?

What if someone dies because you can’t park quickly enough!?”

You’ve completely lost your ability to concentrate.

You’re tumbling down the spiral, completely flustered.

You pull forward again and just keep driving. You can’t do this today. Shopping will have to wait. 

In frustration, all you want to scream is:

“WHY CAN’T YOU EVER STOP THINKING!?”

  • Do you long to feel calm and composed? 
  • To go with the flow and have even a hint of carefree? 
  • To have the confidence to face simple, everyday challenges?
  • Do you wish you could stop grasping for control of everything? 
  • To, for once, just live in the moment, without irrational fears consuming you?

In 5 years, will you be all alone? 

Will fears of trying new things not only stop you making new friendships, but also allow your existing ones to dissolve? 

If you look back over the past 5 years, are you confident you can say you really allowed yourself to live your life? 

Do you want the next 5 years to look the same? 

For you to remain constantly trapped in worried thoughts about problems that never actually happen, instead of enjoying what’s right in front of you? 

 

Are You Irresponsible? Or a Bad Partner? 

 

You’re walking into the supermarket and your partner sends you a message:

“Hey! Could you grab me a tub of hummus while you’re at the store?”

Hummus? Easy. You’ve got this. 

So, you strut in there, head down the snacks isle, and as you reach out for the perfect pot, you hesitate:

“Wait…. Normal hummus? Or…low fat? No no no…. He’ll think you’re suggesting he lose weight”

Oh… but what about flavors? Pepper? Jalapeno?? Cilantro???  ….does he even like cilantro?”

You take a slow breath. 

It’s okay..

Don’t panic.

It’s just hummus.

Not a reflection of your entire relationship. 

“What if this is a reflection of your entire relationship..? 

If you don’t know what dips he likes, should you even be together?

The knot in your stomach continues to tighten. 

It’s all too much.

You grab the multipack of small “artisinal” hummus..hummuses…? hummusi?? 

Cool. Great. Crisis overcome. 

“$9.50 is a lot to spend…… 

What if he doesn’t like them AND you waste that money?” 

What if he gets annoyed at you? 

disappointed

HURT?”

You struggle to catch your breath. 

You notice you’re biting your nails, and stare at your fingers, confused.

Your stomach drops. 

The supermarket suddenly seems much louder and brighter. 

You don’t know where to turn.

“Shit! What is happening??

You don’t know what your partner likes, and you’re irresponsible with money. 

And what about your credit card debt? 

If you throw away money on hummus, how will you ever pay that off??”

You’ve completely lost control of your thoughts. 

You’re tumbling down the spiral, completely flustered.

You put down your basket like the irresponsible person you are, and flee the supermarket for the safety of your car. 

“Oh shit. Oh shit. Oh shit” 

WHY CAN’T YOU EVER STOP THINKING!?

  • Do you long to silence your inner critic?
  • To get permission to start enjoying your life?
  • Do you wish you could focus on what was important?  
  • To stop making decisions based on insecurity or fear??
  • To, for once, get through the week without a meltdown about [insert pointless thing here]???

Once again, imagine in five years time… How many months will you have lost to constant overwhelm and having your mind paralyzed by pointless decisions and irrational fears? 

How many amazing experiences will you miss because you can’t stop your brain from worrying about the future? 

From constantly trying to control? 

From preparing for every eventuality with endless checklists and rehearsals of conversations that you will never actually have?

And the ways overthinking could be hurting you don’t end there! 

Maybe your relationships are being damaged because you spend all night awake worrying about everything you need to do, and then end up snappy and overly emotional because you’re so tired? 

How amazing would your relationships look if you were able to calm your thoughts, to get the rest you need, and to give your friends or partner your focus and attention?

Perhaps social media is leaving you in a constant panic? Taking cool pictures, making sure they look perfect, the worries about how many likes you’ll get, if people will like it, or think you’re dumb? 

How much free time would you have if it wasn’t being stolen by compulsive social media use? What books would you read? Friends would you see? Even businesses would you build?

Does considering what you want to do with your life, leave you smothered with a feeling of impending doom? Like you have no idea what your passion is, and you can’t help but feel like a failure as you compare your life to how successful everyone else’s is?

How light would you feel if you silenced the maddening worries in your head, and were able to hear what you actually desire, value and want from life?  

Is your constant panic about your child’s health or direction, causing them psychological damage? Are attempts to shield them from all harm, leaving them emotionally stunted and fearful of the world?

How proud would you feel for your children to grow up to do something they value? To feel supported, but not suffocated? To feel confident in taking on any challenge they may face? 

So, the list of ways the overthinking and anxiety could be damaging your life, and the life of those around you is almost endless.

But Why? 

Why can’t you for once just silence that bitch in your head for long enough to enjoy a deep gratitude for what you have, and to get clarity on what you actually desire?

It’s complicated… But it definitely has roots in your past. 

Does your childhood sound like any of these?

School made you feel stupid:

You struggled to understand what was happening in school, or maybe you felt smart or talented, and then moved to a new school or college and suddenly that identity was destroyed; you felt dumb. You learn that you’re just “not good” at things, or you’ll let workaholism take over. You develop a constant fear that people will discover you’re a fraud, that you’re not actually smart.

Society and the Media has created an impossible standard of “reality”:

This one isn’t necessarily a childhood problem! You’re overwhelmed with perfect views of the fittest, most successful, happiest, most attractive people, and are constantly worried and self-conscious at yourself and your life’s inability to measure up. You have no idea which of the million paths you should follow or what your “purpose” is. You’re left constantly worried about your imperfections, and others judgments of them.

Your parents had impossibly high standards:

You grew up understanding that your parents expected greatness from you, perhaps for you to live out the life that they couldn’t. You learn that the only way for them to show you affection is to perform, and the standard is constantly moving. You develop an unrelenting perfectionism, constantly worrying that your work and life isn’t measuring up.

Your parents were overcheduled:

Your parents were always had every second of your day planned out. You were rushed around between sports or activities, and left on edge due to their stress about time. You learn that you’re not worth noticing, and your achievements just aren’t that interesting or important.

You suffered trauma:

Physical, sexual, or emotional abuse, perhaps divorce or natural disaster, whether once, or for an extended time, created a deep sense of helplessness in you. You learn that people aren’t to be trusted, that you’re powerless, and perhaps complicit or to blame for what happened to you. You develop a compulsive habit of preparing for or practicing for any eventuality in an attempt to never feel out of control again.

Your parents were overprotective:

Your parents were likely anxious themselves and would swoop in to intervene in any potentially risky situation. You learn that you can’t handle things on your own, that the world is dangerous and scary. Your lack of experience solving physical or social problems leaves you easily overwhelmed and emotionally overactive.

You were bullied:

You were taunted and bullied about something as a child; saying something silly, your looks, interests or a mistake you made. You learn that other people are constantly judging everything about you. You mind works overtime to ensure you fit in, whatever unlikely situation might arise.

Religious beliefs made you feel perpetually sinful:

The beliefs of your family came into conflict with your thoughts, desires or actions. You feel constant guilt, conflict and self-loathing. You understand that you’re a bad person, and the only way to deal with this shame is to punish yourself mentally or physically, or perhaps to hide parts of your personality from others. You never learn who your authentic self is, and so can never feel confident in being her. 

If any of these points left you feeling a knot in your stomach, I want to let you know that:

There is a world where you can shake off this unending overthinking, where you find appreciation for exactly where your life is, and excitement for where it’s going.

Flaws and all.

So, the list of ways the overthinking and anxiety could be damaging your life, and the life of those around you is almost endless.

But Why? 

Why can’t you for once just silence that bitch in your head for long enough to enjoy a deep gratitude for what you have, and to get clarity on what you actually desire?

It’s complicated… But it definitely has roots in your past. 

Does your childhood sound like any of these?

Your parents were overprotective:

Your parents were likely anxious themselves and would swoop in to intervene in any potentially risky situation. You learn that you can’t handle things on your own, that the world is dangerous and scary. Your lack of experience solving physical or social problems leaves you easily overwhelmed and emotionally overactive.

Society and the Media has created an impossible standard of “reality”:

This one isn’t necessarily a childhood problem! You’re overwhelmed with perfect views of the fittest, most successful, happiest, most attractive people, and are constantly worried and self-conscious at yourself and your life’s inability to measure up. You have no idea which of the million paths you should follow or what your “purpose” is. You’re left constantly worried about your imperfections, and others judgments of them.

Your parents had impossibly high standards:

You grew up understanding that your parents expected greatness from you, perhaps for you to live out the life that they couldn’t. You learn that the only way for them to show you affection is to perform, and the standard is constantly moving. You develop an unrelenting perfectionism, constantly worrying that your work and life isn’t measuring up.

Your parents were overcheduled:

Your parents were always had every second of your day planned out. You were rushed around between sports or activities, and left on edge due to their stress about time. You learn that you’re not worth noticing, and your achievements just aren’t that interesting or important.

You suffered trauma:

Physical, sexual, or emotional abuse, perhaps divorce or natural disaster, whether once, or for an extended time, created a deep sense of helplessness in you. You learn that people aren’t to be trusted, that you’re powerless, and perhaps complicit or to blame for what happened to you. You develop a compulsive habit of preparing for or practicing for any eventuality in an attempt to never feel out of control again.

School made you feel stupid:

You struggled to understand what was happening in school, or maybe you felt smart or talented, and then moved to a new school or college and suddenly that identity was destroyed; you felt dumb. You learn that you’re just “not good” at things, or you’ll let workaholism take over. You develop a constant fear that people will discover you’re a fraud, that you’re not actually smart.

You were bullied:

You were taunted and bullied about something as a child; saying something silly, your looks, interests or a mistake you made. You learn that other people are constantly judging everything about you. You mind works overtime to ensure you fit in, whatever unlikely situation might arise.

Religious beliefs made you feel perpetually sinful:

The beliefs of your family came into conflict with your thoughts, desires or actions. You feel constant guilt, conflict and self-loathing. You understand that you’re a bad person, and the only way to deal with this shame is to punish yourself mentally or physically, or perhaps to hide parts of your personality from others. You never learn who your authentic self is, and so can never feel confident in being her. 

If any of these points left you feeling a knot in your stomach, I want to let you know that:

There is a world where you can shake off this unending overthinking, where you find appreciation for exactly where your life is, and excitement for where it’s going.

Flaws and all.

All you need is a little help shifting your perspective. 

 

And I’d love nothing more than to help you unlock that fierce badass goddess within you. 

 

Trust me, I’m an expert at this whole “figuring yourself out” stuff. 

  • Crippled by overthinking and perfectionism? Yep.
  • Self harming due to fears about thoughts against my religious beliefs? That was me.
  • Sexual trauma left me feeling at fault? Unfortunately so.
  • Uncontrolled shakes and a brain that exits the building at the sound of a horn? Pretty much every time.
  • Divorced by my mid twenties? Good job Taryn, now everyone knows you’ve failed at being an adult. 

Girl, I just want you to know that I get it. 

 

 

And I know that the hummus and parking stories at the start sounded over the top, but that’s legitimately my brain. Sometimes she just flies right off the reality rails. 

As well as having been exactly where you are, I’ve also helped coach many women through their confidence and self worth issues, each with very different backgrounds. 

So as I said, all you need to pull your spiraling brain from worries of the future, and into truly enjoying the present, is to make a perspective change and to put in practice. 

And that can be terrifying. 

To force yourself to drop your perfect standards.

To feel like you’re willingly reducing your worth by not working as hard as you possibly can.

To release worries of all the thoughts and judgments others might have of you.

To stop being a “people pleaser”.

It’s scary to look inward and question why you’re mind is so consumed with worry.

What fictional stories are leaving you paralyzed, and where those stories originated.

It’s scary to try and dismantle the fake identity that your upbringing and society has convinced you is the real you. 

But trust me, there is an “authentic you” beneath all this bullshit. 

She’s passionate, fiery, confident and completely in love with herself. 

Once you understand the relief, the lightness, the overwhelming power you feel just being, YOU, I guarantee you’ll kick yourself for not making yourself a priority sooner. 

How would you feel:

  • Having a light, calm brain free from constant overthinking about everything being “perfect”?
  • Feeling energized to chase your dreams and desires, free from self-doubts telling you everything you “can’t”, “should” or would be “responsible” to do?
  • Having permission to put yourself out there, to grow, to experience new things and new people, without irrational fears paralyzing you? 

Your success in your career, business, dating, relationships, even your very happiness is massively affected by your ability to understand and embody your authentic desires. 

Being calm and authentic is magnetic, but the path to unleashing your badass goddess isn’t going to be easy.

I struggled for years trying to navigate this journey alone, but I’d like to show you a different path. 

I’d love nothing more than to help you banish the irrelevant doubts from your mind, to uncover your happy, confident, authentic self. 

 

So I’ve pulled together the most powerful tools I’ve used to successfully transform my life. 

  • I left a broken marriage.
  • Overcame 10+ years of crippling anxiety and depression and was able to transition off medications.
  • I sold all that I owned and left the US for a life of adventure traveling the world. 
  • I left a job paying me far less than I was worth to launch my own yoga and coaching business helping women just like you. 

None of this would have happened if I didn’t first learn that I am not my thoughts.

That the doubts and self judgments that raged in my brain, were not the real me.

That there were tools I could use to uproot these toxic stories and to find the courage to live the life of my dreams, no matter what anyone else thought. 

All you need is a little help shifting your perspective. 

 

And I’d love nothing more than to help you unlock that fierce badass goddess within you. 

 

Trust me, I’m an expert at this whole “figuring yourself out” stuff. 

 

  • Crippled by overthinking and perfectionism? Yep.
  • Self harming due to fears about thoughts against my religious beliefs? That was me.
  • Sexual trauma left me feeling at fault? Unfortunately so.
  • Uncontrolled shakes and a brain that exits the building at the sound of a horn? Pretty much every time.
  • Divorced by my mid twenties? Good job Taryn, now everyone knows you’ve failed at being an adult. 

Girl, I just want you to know that I get it. 

 

 

 

And I know that the hummus and parking stories at the start sounded over the top, but that’s legitimately my brain. Sometimes she just flies right off the reality rails. 

As well as having been exactly where you are, I’ve also helped coach many women through their confidence and self worth issues, each with very different backgrounds. 

So as I said, all you need to pull your spiraling brain from worries of the future, and into truly enjoying the present, is to make a perspective change and to put in practice. 

And that can be terrifying. 

To force yourself to drop your perfect standards.

To feel like you’re willingly reducing your worth by not working as hard as you possibly can.

To release worries of all the thoughts and judgments others might have of you.

To stop being a “people pleaser”.

It’s scary to look inward and question why you’re mind is so consumed with worry.

What fictional stories are leaving you paralyzed, and where those stories originated.

It’s scary to try and dismantle the fake identity that your upbringing and society has convinced you is the real you. 

But trust me, there is an “authentic you” beneath all this bullshit. 

She’s passionate, fiery, confident and completely in love with herself. 

Once you understand the relief, the lightness, the overwhelming power you feel just being, YOU, I guarantee you’ll kick yourself for not making yourself a priority sooner. 

How would you feel:

  • Having a light, calm brain free from constant overthinking about everything being “perfect”?
  • Feeling energized to chase your dreams and desires, free from self-doubts telling you everything you “can’t”, “should” or would be “responsible” to do?
  • Having permission to put yourself out there, to grow, to experience new things and new people, without irrational fears paralyzing you? 

Your success in your career, business, dating, relationships, even your very happiness is massively affected by your ability to understand and embody your authentic desires. 

Being calm and authentic is magnetic, but the path to unleashing your badass goddess isn’t going to be easy.

I struggled for years trying to navigate this journey alone, but I’d like to show you a different path. 

I’d love nothing more than to help you banish the irrelevant doubts from your mind, to uncover your happy, confident, authentic self. 

 

So I’ve pulled together the most powerful tools I’ve used to successfully transform my life. 

  • I left a broken marriage.
  • Overcame 10+ years of crippling anxiety and depression and was able to transition off medications.
  • I sold all that I owned and left the US for a life of adventure traveling the world. 
  • I left a job paying me far less than I was worth to launch my own yoga and coaching business helping women just like you. 

None of this would have happened if I didn’t first learn that I am not my thoughts.

That the doubts and self judgments that raged in my brain, were not the real me.

That there were tools I could use to uproot these toxic stories and to find the courage to live the life of my dreams, no matter what anyone else thought. 

Are You Ready For This To Be You? 

I Quit Smoking!

Yes, I’d like to share that since I have started, I have quit smoking cigarettes, which was a 10 year on/off habit. In the past, when stress would start to sneak into my thoughts, I’d smoke to relieve the stress. Not anymore. I’m either stretching, reading, or meditating, and that’s a victory for me!!

– Aitza O, USA

I Found My Voice 

Thank you thank you thank you for this! Any time I speak now, my voice remains strong and I am able to hear myself clearly. 

I can feel the “good side” of me bloom back to life.

I’m now able to calm my anxious “Bitchy Bee“ side right down.

I feel wrapped in a warm cloud, ever so soft and gentle. I now feel calm and comforted that life is exactly where it’s meant to be in this moment.

– Bri Curro, Oregon

I’m Feeling So Powerful It Is Unbelievable.

You’ve helped me find inner strength that I have been missing for ages and made me confront myself and show all of the things I had hidden away.

I’m feeling so powerful, yet so calm and peaceful it is unbelievable. 

I have never been so sure of myself or loved myself more than I do at this moment.

For the first time ever, a meditation broke me down to the point where I was sobbing.

– Anni Hy, North Carolina

Are You Ready For This To Be You? 

I Quit Smoking!

Yes, I’d like to share that since I have started, I have quit smoking cigarettes, which was a 10 year on/off habit. In the past, when stress would start to sneak into my thoughts, I’d smoke to relieve the stress.

Not anymore. I’m either stretching, reading, or meditating, and that’s a victory for me!!

– Aitza Ortiz, Arizona

I Found My Voice 

Thank you thank you thank you for this! Any time I speak now, my voice remains strong and I am able to hear myself clearly. 

I can feel the “good side” of me bloom back to life.

I’m now able to calm my anxious “Bitchy Bee“ side right down.

I feel wrapped in a warm cloud, ever so soft and gentle. I now feel calm and comforted that life is exactly where it’s meant to be in this moment.

– Bri Curro, Oregon

I’m Feeling So Powerful It Is Unbelievable.

You’ve helped me find inner strength that I have been missing for ages and made me confront myself and show all of the things I had hidden away.

I’m feeling so powerful, yet so calm and peaceful it is unbelievable. 

I have never been so sure of myself or loved myself more than I do at this moment.

For the first time ever, a meditation broke me down to the point where I was sobbing.

– Anni Hy, North Carolina

How Do You Become a Calm, Confident, Beautiful Badass?

I wish there were some sort of magic pill or diploma like course you could complete to be certified “calm”, but unfortunately life doesn’t work that way! 

So, instead of leaving you to sit around wishing for a miracle, I’ve built a Toolkit of my most transformative lessons and practices for unleashing your calm, confident inner goddess. 

The reason this is a “Toolkit” and not a course, is because removing your reactions from your thoughts, and calming cycling overthinking, repetition, self-discovery, and practice.

You can’t just follow a course A-Z and be done.

Anyone that tries to tell you otherwise is lying to you. 

Repetition will teach you new lessons! 

Maybe you’ve read a book, got some great take-aways from it, and then months or years later you read it again, and are surprised to learn completely new lessons? 

This toolkit is just like those books!

The more work and repetition you put in, the more you will start to understand and overcome the deeper reasons that your brain is constantly grasping for control. 

So, what’s included in this powerful toolkit? 

  • 6 Video Lessons – These are the transformative teachings I share with my private coaching clients. Not only do you get these video lessons, but you also get the same workbooks that I share with my clients for each lesson. These hold your hand in processing and doing the inner work needed to embody each lesson. 
  • Guided Meditations – Targeted meditations designed to get you tuned into the powerful badass that you are. As you practice starting your mornings off with a calm, clear mind, you will find you maintain it longer and longer into your days. 
  • Body Work – Yoga and breathing lessons specifically focused on using your body to feel collected, confident, and alive! Again, repeating these will start to leave you feeling secure and capable for longer and longer. 
  • Bonus Resources – I want to give you every advantage I can to unlock your fierce side. I provide a list of all the other resources that have helped me transform my life through taming my anxiety. Amazing books, journal prompts, powerful affirmations, anything I’ve found that lead to a profound decrease in my overthinking. 

How Do You Become a Calm, Confident, Beautiful Badass?

I wish there were some sort of magic pill or diploma like course you could complete to be certified “calm”, but unfortunately life doesn’t work that way! 

So, instead of leaving you to sit around wishing for a miracle, I’ve built a Toolkit of my most transformative lessons and practices for unleashing your calm, confident inner goddess. 

The reason this is a “Toolkit” and not a course, is because removing your reactions from your thoughts, and calming cycling overthinking, repetition, self-discovery, and practice.

You can’t just follow a course A-Z and be done.

Anyone that tries to tell you otherwise is lying to you. 

Repetition will teach you new lessons! 

Maybe you’ve read a book, got some great take-aways from it, and then months or years later you read it again, and are surprised to learn completely new lessons? 

This toolkit is just like those books!

The more work and repetition you put in, the more you will start to understand and overcome the deeper reasons that your brain is constantly grasping for control.

So, what’s included in this powerful toolkit? 

  • 6 Video Lessons – These are the transformative teachings I share with my private coaching clients. Not only do you get these video lessons, but you also get the same workbooks that I share with my clients for each lesson. These hold your hand in processing and doing the inner work needed to embody each lesson. 
  • Guided Meditations – Targeted meditations designed to get you tuned into the powerful badass that you are. As you practice starting your mornings off with a calm, clear mind, you will find you maintain it longer and longer into your days. 
  • Body Work – Yoga and breathing lessons specifically focused on using your body to feel collected, confident, and alive! Again, repeating these will start to leave you feeling secure and capable for longer and longer. 
  • Bonus Resources – I want to give you every advantage I can to unlock your fierce side. I provide a list of all the other resources that have helped me transform my life through taming my anxiety. Amazing books, journal prompts, powerful affirmations, anything I’ve found that lead to a profound decrease in my overthinking. 

I’m Need This! But Have Some Worries:

 

I’m here to help 🙂


Q:  $111 Would be a big investment for me

It’s totally normal to feel that way, I’ve been there myself. But consider it this way: 

It’s good that you feel this is a big investment, because it means you will take this seriously. Reminding yourself not only of the work you’ll have to do to unlock your sexy inner goddess, but also the work you had to do to earn the money to pay for this toolkit, will help you stay dedicated when it gets hard (and it will get hard). 

You’re going to uncover and face demons on the path to truly being confident as your authentic self, so make sure you’re ready, and then turn up determined, ready to make this work if it’s the last damn thing you do.

For another perspective, think back to how much time these anxious fears are stealing from you. How many days you’v spent paralyzed, unable to think. How much better could your financial situation be if you were able to calm this?

If you were able to silence your self-doubt and ask for the promotions you deserve?

If you could summon the courage to start your own business?

If you could just release your vice grip on needing certainty about everything? 

Q:  When do I access the course?

Immediately! As soon as you complete your payment, you’ll receive login details with  access to the online toolkit.

10 minutes from now you could start the journey that will allow you to go after all you desire! 

Q: How long will I have access to the course? 

You will have lifestyle access to the portal, including all of the videos, meditations, yoga classes, and workbooks. I’m also available to answer questions in the portal or by email.

Q: Do you allow refunds? 

Off course. I want to make sure you really love the results the toolkit gives.

You get two whole weeks to test it out with zero risk.

If you’re unhappy in any way, you can email me for a refund during that time.  

Q: Will I be allowed to download the course?

Yes, all of the content (videos, meditations, workbooks) are available to be downloaded and watched later on.

I’m Need This! But Have Some Worries:

 

Let’s take a deep breath, I’m here to help 🙂


Q:  $111 Would be a big investment for me

It’s totally normal to feel that way, I’ve been there myself. But consider it this way: 

It’s good that you feel this is a big investment; it means you will take this seriously. Reminding yourself not only of the work you’ll have to do to unlock your sexy inner goddess, but also the work you had to do to earn the money to pay for this toolkit, will help you stay dedicated when it gets hard (and it will get hard). 

You’re going to uncover and face demons on the path to truly being confident as your authentic self, so make sure you’re ready, and then turn up determined, ready to make this work if it’s the last damn thing you do.

For another perspective, think back to how much time these anxious fears are stealing from you. How many days you’v spent paralyzed, unable to think. How much better could your financial situation be if you were able to calm this?

If you were able to silence your self-doubt and ask for the promotions you deserve?

If you could summon the courage to start your own business?

If you could just release your vice grip on needing certainty about everything? 

You’re going to uncover and face demons on the path to truly being confident as your authentic self, so make sure you’re ready, and then turn up determined, ready to make this work if it’s the last damn thing you do.

For another perspective, think back to how much time these anxious fears are stealing from you. How many days you’v spent paralyzed, unable to think. How much better could your financial situation be if you were able to calm this?

If you were able to silence your self-doubt and ask for the promotions you deserve?

If you could summon the courage to start your own business?

If you could just release your vice grip on needing certainty about everything? 

Q:  When do I access the course?

Immediately! As soon as you complete your payment, you’ll receive login details with  access to the online toolkit.

10 minutes from now you could start the journey that will allow you to go after all you desire! 

Q: How long will I have access to the course? 

You will have lifestyle access to the portal, including all of the videos, meditations, yoga classes, and workbooks. I’m also available to answer questions in the portal or by email.

Q: Do you allow refunds? 

Off course. I want to make sure you really love the results the toolkit gives.

You get two whole weeks to test it out with zero risk.

If you’re unhappy in any way, you can email me for a refund during that time.  

Q: Will I be allowed to download the course?

Yes, all of the content (videos, meditations, workbooks) are available to be downloaded and watched later on.

Do you have more questions on the course? Ask away!