Farm girl turned global nomad.

I grew up on a family farm in Middle America where I spent my days daydreaming of flying to far off lands to help people in need.

One week after I graduated from college, I boarded a plane and then spent the next 17 years working in development and humanitarian response to conflicts all over the world.

I followed this path because I wanted to help others. But I often felt far removed from the people I was there to help or more part of the problem than the solution.

As the years passed, the desire to help people in need turned into a pursuit for more money and career status and the adventure and adrenaline rush of life overseas.

I couldn’t understand why I felt so off. I was living the exact career I had dreamed about as a child.

To ease my restlessness, I started waking early each morning before work to create for an hour or two on the side. I wrote two books and tried to launch a line of women’s business suits. I then took 6 months off to wander through Europe, but I still felt lost.

One day I woke up fed up with two things: writing stuff that no one read and the violence in the world. So I launched a peace blog called, Shanti Pax (which means “peace” in Sanskrit and Latin), hoping the blog would start a revolution. And it did…in my life.

It led me to coaching, which enabled me to discover how I was meant to express my core gifts in service to others.

After living in 10 countries on 4 continents and quitting not one, but two “gold-plated jobs” to pursue my dream of being a soul-guided entrepreneur, I’ve learned a thing or two about taking calculated risks to stay on my true path. If you’re ready for a journey of inner transformation, then I’d love to support you on your path.

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