When I first started I knew that I had this ability to help people and I was helping a lot of people that I knew had an addiction and so I wanted to get a qualification to be able to help people but I didn't realize that along that way I actually learned the most amazing thing is how to develop myself how to grow self-love for myself how to develop as a person.
When I first started, I was working full-time but I took action straight away. I wanted to learn, I wanted to get my qualifications, and I wanted to be able to help people. I was teaching and then I’d come home and I’d do pro-bono clients. I wanted to learn as much as possible and I wanted to build momentum so the minute I got into the International Coaching Institute I wanted to learn, and I wanted to grow.
I made a commitment to myself that I would just say yes and figure out how, and I would commit that every single day I would do something for coaching. If I had extra time I’d do more preparation, see if I could get more clients, study more, and if I didn't have any, I would just read one page in a book. I really built that trust bank with myself that this is my journey, this is my vision, this is what I wanted, and I would take action every day and I loved it. I loved the learning, I loved the people, I loved the community, and I could also balance my family but I definitely made that commitment to put time and effort into it into this!