Rachel S. Heslin

Rachel S. Heslin
Rachel S. Heslin
Navigating Life: 8 Different Strategies to Guide Your Way
Are you tired of feeling pulled in so many directions that
you don’t know which way to go?

You know you are here on this planet to have an impact, but there seem to be so many possibilities and opportunities (and responsibilities and obligations!) — how can you be sure that you’re headed in the right direction?

Fortunately, there are skills you can develop to learn which choices move you in the direction of your dreams — and which just keep you spinning. Navigating Life will show you how to:

* Know the difference between your dreams and someone else’s goals
* Balance creating your Big Vision with identifying your Next Steps
* Learn how to sustain momentum, even if you don’t feel like it

… and much more.
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The Map of Your Life (mini-ebook)
Amazon Author page
Rachel S. Heslin has been immersed in the study of psychology since childhood. Her father studied under the mentorship of Milton H. Erickson, considered by many to be one of the founders of the field of hypnotherapy. Her essay on the impact of Dr. Erickson’s influence on her formative years appeared in the official Milton H. Erickson Foundation newsletter.
Today, she applies his philosophy that we each have all the resources we need to live happy, fulfilling, and meaningful lives in her work with clients, helping them connect with what already lives inside them so they can have a powerful impact on the world. Her upcoming book, The Obstacle IS the Path: How Traditional Goal-Setting Is Robbing You of Your Life, is scheduled for release in 2015. For more information, visit her at http://www.thefullnessofyourpower.com
* Change your story, change your life
* Take action with confidence and ease
* Transform your stumbling blocks into stepping stones

Life is a dance, an adventure, a wild, exuberant leap into a vast unknown, carried only by the faith not that one will emerge unscathed, but one will become deeper, fuller, more lyrical.

  • Rachel S. Heslin