I was born in Colombia South America, and since very early age I unconsciously knew that I wanted to grow up and do something that would contribute with society, so I wanted to become a psychologist or a doctor or a lawyer. I also grew up with a very unique setting, very dysfunctional family but with a mother that did everything and anything for me and my brother. She introduced me at a young age to exploring the growth mindset and the connection between mind and body.
At 21 I decided to study political science and I was extremely excited as I was studying what I desired and what would help me to change the culture in my Country. On my 5th semester I encountered a teacher that really confronted me again with the “not good enough” labels, however he did something that changed my life. The last day of class he told me that he was going to fail me, because even though I was not fully failing I needed to experience this since I was not “emotional intelligent”. This was the first time I heard this term, he introduced me to “Emotional Intelligence” from Daniel Goleman Book.
At 25 I decided to move to the US. It was the first time in my life that I decided without thinking too much about fears. I got myself a job as a steppingstone but what I didn’t realize is that this place would allow me to grow and learn and to prove to myself that I could do anything I wanted; it was just matter of learning about me. I went from receptionist to the financial controller in 7 years,… I thought this was it, I was on the top and this is what I wanted it, but in 2018 I start being more self-aware and then I started to notice that I was not happy, I ended up noticing that even though the people that had accomplished success in terms of my own definition of success, didn't look and feel as happy as once I imagined. This made me questioned a lot, and then one day my husband told me to watch “I am not your guru” the Tony Robbins Netflix movie.
This was my answer, I was not happy because my life blueprint was not matching my reality, I forgot I wanted to contribute to society, to human beings. After watching this, I decided to become a life coach. I completed my coach training at Robbins-Madanes Training under my teachers Tony Robbins, Cloe Madanes, Mark Peysha, and Magali Peysha. I am a Knowledge Broker Professional at KBB, and I am training to become a master coach.
I am constantly learning under my mentors Dr Bruce Lipton, Tony Robbins, and Tom Bilyeu. I have also learnt from Marie Forleo, Mel Robbins, Louse Hay, Dr Joe Dispenza, to mentioned a few.
Every day I feel more and more alive. With my great sense of intuition and my empathic abilities, I know I can serve a bigger purpose beyond oneself. When I decided to become a coach, I learned very quickly that the formula for success lies on the filter in which you view life, through your emotional experiences, which are at your core and will determine your destiny, and through massive action. Constantly learning about yourself through self awareness and having the ability to adapt to change and uncertainty.
I realize that every human deserves an opportunity to remember why you are here for, why you should strive in life, what triggers you, and where and when did you created your belief systems so that you can upgrade them, that way you can achieve success.