Cheri’s Philosophy

Let me help you be so much more by doing so much less…

If you listen to your true self and get what you want into your life, you’re happy… 

If you don’t, you’re not.

The idea of “Stress Management” has never made much sense to me. Why would anyone want to manage stress?? Don’t we all have enough to manage as it is?! How about we work on alleviating stress, reducing stress or just getting rid of stress where we can in our lives?

If I told you to bring me a plate of stress, you couldn’t. Why? Because most stress is created with our thoughts. Stressful thoughts are often centered on what we are working on now in our work or personal life, what we regret doing in the past, what we need to do in the future, or just ideas or things that we actually wish we were doing right now with our lives.

Now, imagine what it might be like to have all of these desires in a healthful, peaceful place in your life…What would your life look like if you were actually doing all of the things you need to be doing, want to be doing and wish you were doing?

Being who you aspire to be, who you were meant to be, is an unconventional way to reduce stress, I know.  You may even be wondering, can a life like this even exist?

My answer? A resounding YES.

With the power of habit, I can help you honor who you are by getting all that you want into your life with regularity so you can experience more joy and more peace allowing you to gradually become more…YOU.

I believe that with respect to each one of us and our innate value, we are all exactly the same. Once we accept this, we are free to be who we truly are and the pressure is off! You don’t have to be what your parents wish you were or your neighbor expects you to be…you are already perfect! Thus, confidence is easier, we are freed from the comparison trap and moving beyond self-discovery to living a happier more joyful life. With this understanding, we can learn to listen to our heart, win those private battles in our mind and begin to make the goals of our life the habits of every day living. Life then becomes a journey to become who we already are… a holy and divine creation and creator living up to our fullest potential.

It’s not that we don’t want change badly enough or that we aren’t trying hard enough. In fact, most of us want it so badly, the repeated failed New Year’s Resolutions are making us miserable. But, again and again, change eludes us. We keep on trying to change the same old ways even if it doesn’t work…even if it hurts us in the end.

It’s not that we don’t know what would probably make our lives healthier or happier. Along with our incessant inner voice, we also have the advice of health experts, family members and even popular culture telling us what we “should” be doing to make our lives better.

Everyone wants to tell us what to change, but no one seems to tell us how to change.

“How” is my specialty.

Most of us don’t understand how motivation works or how our brains are wired to up to actually sabotage all that we try to change again and again. I can teach you how to work with your brain rather than against it by learning the tools of successful change that can finally get new, healthy habits into your life without stress, procrastination or excuses.

I believe that with respect to each one of us and our innate value, we are all exactly the same. Once we accept this, we are free to be who we truly are and the pressure is off! You don’t have to be what your parents wish you were or your neighbor expects you to be…you are already perfect! Thus, confidence is easier, we are freed from the comparison trap and moving beyond self-discovery to living a happier more joyful life. With this understanding, we can learn to listen to our heart, win those private battles in our mind and begin to make the goals of our life the habits of every day living. Life then becomes a journey to become who we already are… a holy and divine creation and creator living up to our fullest potential.

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