Become a Warrior Widow
Are You Feeling Like You Are Just Surviving Each Day?
Loss Does Not Define You - There is Hope, Light and Joy in Your Future!
For many widows, the idea of thinking about your new hopes and dreams without your spouse/partner seems impossible. What you had is no longer, and you don’t know where to start to put the pieces back together again. After I lost my husband, I spent a couple of years just trying to put out whatever fires came my way. When the fires were no longer blazing, I was ready and able to start to see that planning for my future was possible. My late husband and I had talked about our lifelong dreams that we were going to do together, but together was gone.
Through a process of self-discovery, trial and error, and incredible coaching, I unlocked a version of myself that I knew was inside, but never knew how to access. When I did, things were never the same. Step by step I built a new life for solo me, a life full of adventure and excitement and joy. I was able to see beyond today, next week and that year to start to think about 5, 10 and 15 years in the future. I became the best version of myself, and have dedicated the rest of my life to show other widows how to be warriors and embrace their new futures with clarity, conviction and gratitude.
Introducing the Warrior Widow Program
When I lost my husband to homicide, overnight I went from being a stay at home mom of 3 daughters ages 9, 12 and 15 to becoming a business owner, a solo parent and a grief warrior. Wow, that was a big pill to swallow. However, I didn’t have time to really think about it, I just tackled whatever came my way. There was no learning curve it was just a steep line straight up.
I had been out of the workplace for 8 years and was now running the multi million dollar company that my husband had founded. I had no LinkedIn, no prior experience running a business and no industry knowledge. By harnessing my drive, my unwillingness to fail and pure grit I was able to turn the business around and get it to a place of sale to private equity. In addition to that, there was the solo parenting. My daughters were each struggling in their own ways with their grief and required different interventions to make sure that they were supported and they didn’t emotionally tank. Not to mention the myriad of household, financial and legal tasks that now needed my attention. My heart was literally skipping beats, the stress level was so high. There was no time for me until the dust started to settle two years after my husband’s death.
I was then able to finally just breath and have some space for myself to take inventory on what I wanted to do professionally and personally. When your slate is wiped clean how do you figure out what you want to do next? I hired a coach since I had no idea where to start this process. Over the next year, she helped me to find clarity on my true passions and together we developed a plan of execution. I was on my way. That led me to my next professional role with a non profit which was directly aligned with issues that were important to me. My internal work did not stop there. I wanted to also spend time on my future personal and family goals which I had no time to even think until I was able to just breathe. My coach was also able to help me get clarity on my personal direction as well.
After the results that I saw in my life, I took on another mission of helping other widows follow in my footsteps. I dedicated myself to becoming a rockstar professional and mom and became a certified coach and immediately started helping other widows just like you find clarity in their personal, professional and family lives. Eventually I developed a 12 and 24 week warrior widow program to teach everything that I learned over the past 10 years of studying, learning, testing and improving. Soon I was helping other widows become warriors and armed them with the skills to move from just surviving to thriving with lives filled with purpose, clarity and joy.
Widowhood Does Not Define You
Imagine knowing, that you have with certainty, what your new vision for your life is. Imagine how it would feel to wake up each day with that clarity. How would you carry yourself? How would you treat those around you? How would you view the world? Imagine having a family unit that feels whole again. What would your household look like? How would that make you feel? Imagine having time for just YOU again? Whoa, is that possible?
Now imagine that you not only knew what you wanted, but you were making it happen. You were motivated, each and every day, to make progress toward your goals, no matter what stood in your way. Imagine having that type of ability for the rest of your life. With a coach, with a plan, it’s all possible.
Know exactly what you want to be, do, and have in every area of life
Find how to prioritize and accomplish all that needs to get done and have time for YOU
Live a life of meaning, purpose and joy through the days, months, and years
Are You Ready to Take the First Step?
At this point, you can follow one of two paths. First, you can move on without clicking the button below and remain in the widow fog. And, chances are, you will come out of the fog at some point, but how long will that take? You can continue to try to figure out this widow thing alone and struggle with finding your new goals and dreams.
Or you can choose the second path.
You can choose to do something different, to stop trying to figure this widowhood thing out all by yourself and instead follow the lead of someone who has already figured out how to achieve the very things you want so badly. You know where you’ll be in a year if you choose to do nothing, but there’s no telling how far you’ll go in life with an expert by your side, guiding you every step of the way.
If you’re ready to change your life, I invite you to choose the second path, click the button below, and take the first step toward a bigger, brighter tomorrow. You are a widow warrior!!
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