There’s more to life than being a passenger
For most of my life I felt lost, I felt like a hot mess.
I just kept going where life took me, doing whatever life threw my way, but without really having a plan. It felt like I was searching for something but I didn’t quite know what. I was a passenger in my own life.
And all the while, I was just going through the motions of working, paying the bills and waiting for some major awakening that I couldn’t define. I knew that something was missing, I felt an emptiness and a frustration inside, but I couldn’t quite define it. I didn’t know what I was searching for.
And then in 2008 when the recession hit, where everyone was getting laid off, where most of the world felt like doom’s day was upon us and we’d never recover, I realised that I had to find this elusive thing that I was searching for.
I had to find the purpose of my life, I had to find meaning, I had to find fulfilment. There had got to be something more to life than this. That’s when I signed up for a life coaching program. My only purpose was to find out what was driving me, what I was missing.
It seemed quite irrational
Here I was in the middle of a recession – when money was tight – signing up for a life coaching program to find my purpose?? Seriously?? It wasn’t logical, it wasn’t rational, but I felt drawn towards it like I have never been drawn to anything before.
And in this process, of being a hot glorious mess and wondering what the heck I was doing with my life signing up for a life coaching program – that was when I found my calling. In doing the training calls, in receiving coaching myself, I was finally able to connect the dots of my life and all the odd jobs I had ever done, which were all about helping people find happiness and fulfilment – and tuning into themselves to create the life of their dreams.
I realised that everything I had done so far, had led me to that life coaching program.
“I wondered, ‘Why have I been chasing happiness my whole life when bliss was here the entire time?”
– Elizabeth Gilbert, From “Eat, Pray, Love”
And from there, though I have tried to step away from it, though I have tried other things, I keep coming back to this.
Because the joy that I get out of coaching, the joy I get out of helping other stressed out souls re-connect with their passion and purpose, re-connect with their intuition, and find fulfilment is priceless. I now know that this is what I am meant to do.
To help women like you, go from being a hot glorious mess to living fully and deeply with the freedom, flexibility and fulfilment that they deserve.
I have now created a life and business that truly works for me – for my quirkiness, my uniqueness, my personality and my desire to live freely and be myself.
I get to travel when I want because all my work is online and all I need is an internet connection! I get to ‘show up’ in my business in a way that I love and where I get to be myself rather than trying to fit in. I get to make my own decisions, based on what I need and what I want.
And – all the while – I get to help other amazing, beautiful, creative, intuitive, passionate women create the life that they dream of! It’s a true win-win situation!
– Victoria xx
and i love making an impact
Here’s what happy clients say
Before I signed up with Victoria I felt overwhelmed and under appreciated. I was offering a lot of freebies [in my business] and my returns didn’t match up.
Now, I feel focused, certain about my career path of essential oils, meditation, hypnotherapy, and e-courses. My worth about my business and what I have to offer has increased allowing me to provide value through services and not over providing goods; depleting my time.
I liked that Victoria held space for me as I came to my own conclusion while providing me with contained and compassionate listening. I know my worth and am going for it.
It was time for a change and Victoria helped me to review what I needed to do to enable me to move on and see a different future for me workwise. She helped me to assess and get a realistic view of my capabilities. She was caring, patient and non-judgmental.