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Ending Self-Sabotage

Hannah helped me realize the negative self-talk, guilt, and shame I was inflicting on myself was a form of self-sabotage I hadn’t recognized.”


Actively seeking and appreciating the positive aspects of my life has had an incredibly positive impact on me, even when I wasn’t consciously aware of it. This has made a significant difference in my outlook and overall well-being.

Letting Go Of Resistance

I finally realized that I’ve been holding onto these hang-ups – worrying too much about how things might look to others. It’s not exactly about fitting in, but more about the image I’m projecting. That was a real ‘aha!’ moment for me.


Dreams to Reality

…totally transformed the way I see my dreams and goals. It’s crazy how they’ve gone from just wishful thinking to these ‘magnificent obsessions’ that I can achieve.

Real me time –without guilt

I make time for myself. Real me time – without guilt. AND I have even more energy and focus for my career & kids.

Disconnected to Present

I used to feel quite disconnected – almost as if it was a coping mechanism of sorts. Now, I’m consciously allowing myself to settle in, not blocking the feelings that come up.


Busy is not a badge of honor

Hannah also got me thinking differently about self-care… being busy it’s not a badge of honor. That shift in perspective has been huge and it’s something I’m actively working on

Leaving behind the self-doubt

I’ve always struggled with self-doubt and a bit of self-loathing… I’m happy to share that I’ve finally reached a point where I’ve left behind most of the unhealthy things in my life. So, a sincere thank you for helping me get to this place.

Overcoming fear of criticism

Figuring out that the real roadblock was my fear of criticism. Deciding to take that fear head-on has been a key move for me. It’s like, once I tackled that, everything started falling into place.


Instead of taking failures or criticism personally, I’ve learned to take a step back and separate my sense of self from the project. It’s made a world of difference in how I approach my work.

Increased productivity

…It’s reduced thrash and streamlined my efforts

Letting go of the fear of not good enough

Getting a clear handle on the specific fears tied to a project not being good enough and the anxiety about receiving negative feedback from peers has been a real eye-opener. It’s like shining a light on those worries, understanding them better, and finding ways to tackle them Super helpful!

Asking for help

Recognizing that asking for help is a leadership skill has been a game-changer for me. It’s not just about leveraging others’ strengths but also building strong relationships and honing in on their own gifts. This mindset shift has been instrumental in overcoming any reservations I had about seeking assistance.


Engaging in purpose work has been instrumental for me, guiding me to discover alignment between my current role and my core values. It’s a journey of self-discovery that has brought greater clarity and fulfillment to my professional life.

Self Care

Incorporating small acts of self-care, like meditation, nature walks, and indulging in hobbies, has been a game-changer for me. They act as my anchors, helping manage stress and keep me centered, especially during those hectic and chaotic phases of life. It’s incredible how these simple practices have made such a positive impact on my overall well-being.

Strategically building alliances

Taking the next steps and planning things out, like setting up one-on-one meetings to build allies and gearing up for group feedback sessions, has been a game-changer. It’s not just about the big picture; breaking it down into actionable steps has made the whole process more manageable and effective.

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