Give Your Badass a Break Free Audio Guide
Give Your Badass a Break
You give so much to others. Give yourself five minutes, for five days to clear your mental clutter and make space for yourself. Get my Say Yes to Yourself daily audio guide, with a practice a day to get you there.
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Love Your Life More
You already love lots of things about your life. Let’s face it. You’re fabulous. But you want more: more purpose, more freedom, more creativity, more joy, more peace. Maybe you’re a busy, high achiever looking for more balance or a dreamer wanting to fulfill your potential.
I am your biggest fan. I believe you can have more and that it’s not by doing more.
Do Less. Have More.
That’s my coaching mantra.
As a Colorado grown, Southern California local, I support people in living a productive, restful life. YES, I just used productive and restful in the same sentence! By creating sustainable rhythms of nurture and achievement, you can create more of what you love and actually have the space to enjoy it.
MIND + HEART + BODY
Most of us use our mind and emotions to make life decisions. We can use our body, too. My coaching technique is revolutionary and integrates thinking, feeling, and sensing. This process helps you experience your WHOLE self allowing you to clarify your vision, overcome obstacles, and love your life more. Curious? Listen to my podcast.
I’ve often struggled with comparing myself to others’ success. This comparing was self sabotaging me and holding me back from even trying. Jessica helped me decide that I determine my own success. By practicing that belief I’ve been able to take unprecedented steps toward what I feel is important in starting my business. I’ve achieved so much more than I thought in a short amount of time. I feel proud of myself and my confidence has grown so much.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
Master Coach and Owner of Jane Perry Coaching
I have known for a long time that I needed to stop eating sugar, and yet I have struggled so much with that decision! After an assignment Jessica gave me, I realized that eating junk food was my grown-up version of rebelling against things from my past. The simple fact that Jessica never
told me to do anything, but instead asked me to trust my own body and my own vision for health, changed the whole game for me. Gently releasing sugar as a coping skill has made room for a genuine version of self-care that includes things like silence, rest, community, fun, nourishment, adventure, and making requests for help when I am overwhelmed.
I can't thank Jessica enough for the new awareness I have. I feel like a door has been opened to a whole new territory for me to explore and grow in which is affecting all my relationships.
Be kind, gentle and fearless.