Everyone has pieces of their true self they hide or dismiss. But what if getting to know your core identity was the key to unleashing your potential? This is the first step to being a better version of you.
All you need to experience success is already inside you. It just takes work and often a little guidance to bring that out.
Lana challenges us to identify our core values in the process of achieving our potential. Success is unique to each person and as we embrace our inner selves, success may mean something different than we originally thought.
Feelings ARE reality. At least where you are in the moment. Allow yourself to feel the good and the bad, then use those emotions to trace back to the beliefs associated with them. Once you identify the beliefs, you can choose to keep or replace them. This is where the benefits of authenticity have a chance to redirect your path.
Lana Kairos is an international entrepreneur, visionary, philanthropist, life strategist and coach who gets her clients transformational results that take them from surviving to thriving, living in unlimited vibrancy and joy as they find their life bliss. She works with women to reclaim their mojo, uncover their true selves, write their own stories and stand in their goddess-like power. She is obsessed with helping them dive deep to move past fear and self doubt to build their own versions of a big life.
Previously, Lana had a 20 year career in corporate strategy and finance which led her to uncover her own big life was somewhere way outside that field. As a natural, intuitive healer and coach, Lana has always been coaching, long before she turned it into her full time job and greatest passion. She uses a unique blend of psychology, neuroscience, woo woo magic to help her clients receive lasting, deep results in transformation to a big, joyous, profoundly happy life of freedom, self-love and abundance free from suffering and scarcity.
Lana holds an MBA from the USC Marshall School of Business as well as a certification in Executive Coaching from the University of Texas at Dallas.
Book: The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks