You’re here to win!

You’re here to win!

Would you like to know why Jack and I love being life coaches? Because we get to teach the many aspects of living empowered lives…in some sessions we talk about money blocks, and in others we might be teaching about relationship goals or an introduction to successful parenting. You name it, we teach about it.

Between Jack and I we have 92 years of experience in the field of life.

As I think back to both of our paths and the schooling we’ve done, the jobs and hours in the workplace that we’ve pushed through, the many years of parenting, the building of relationships, and I can’t forget about all the heartache and rejection we’ve experienced, I’m amazed at how each one of those things has prepared us for what we teach others today.

The Universe knew exactly what it was doing to prepare us for our chosen mission in life.

When a client comes into our practice, oftentimes these topics come up for a discussion and needed guidance. It is amazing to be able to draw on our experiences in life to assist others to create theirs.

Knowledge is power.

When you understand how things work you gain a level of clarity that helps you choose more of what you want.

I started out as a singer/songwriter, recording artist, professional actress. Then I moved in to the recreational therapy world teaching the elderly how to have joy in their last years. Then I got married and had my children and spent eight years in bed with severe clinical depression. Once I was able to get my butt out of bed I then started schooling in the area of vocal training. I started my own vocal training business teaching group singing classes and then I moved into a performing arts academy as a voice teacher. After that, I taught parenting for DCFS of Utah and I was a Targeted Case Manager for Davis Behavioral Health and Allies with Families. There I worked with and advocated for families that had children with mental illness. I then went to the Institute of Children’s Literature to learn how to write children’s books. All the while hiding from the gifts that I had since I was born…that of being a psychic medium, and spiritual healer. Did I mention I was an amazing cook and baker? Lots of life was happening for me.

Jack started out learning a very strong work ethic by living and working his ass off on a 2000 acre ranch, and learning to master the ski slopes of Grand Targhee. He was an excellent student which led him to studying psychology at Brigham Young University. During college he got married and moved to Alaska for a time and lived in a tent and worked in a fish cannery because adventure is the way Jack does things. He worked in corporate America, began having and raising children, all while supporting his spouse in dental school, after dental school he helped build a successful dental practice while homeschooling his children and traveling the world. He was also spent many hours volunteering for different organizations. He led an service expedition in Guatemala and is extremely well read and versed in classical literature. Also he can sew, play the harp and piano, not to mention his amazing skills in dramatics. Oh did I mention he transitioned from the female gender to the male gender??!

We had both served in our church and were extremely religious people. In fact we were missionary companions for the Mormon church’s addiction recovery program shortly after we met.

The two of us coming together brought all of our experience and gleaned wisdom under one roof. We then created something pretty spectacular… A life, a family and a business.

If you look back on your life you will see that you’ve been prepared in many different ways for doing what you’re doing right now. And what you’re doing right now will prepare you for the future and what you will be doing there.

Many people learning to work with the Law of Attraction become extremely impatient, and what they don’t realize is…they are gathering experience, and gleaned wisdom from that experience, so that they can actually receive what they are manifesting. On occasion things take longer to manifest than we might hope for. Timing is everything and the universe knows the perfect time for manifestation. Once you understand this it’s a little bit easier to be tenacious and to keep moving forward.

Don’t give up on your dreams just because they’re not here yet.

They’re moving toward you now. Before you know it you’ll be living right in the middle of them and accompanying you will be a whole lot of wisdom from the process of getting there.

Here’s to life baby!

Love,

Tiff & Jack

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Finding Your Courage When Things Get Messy

Finding Your Courage When Things Get Messy

Finding your courage when things get messy

Yesterday Tiff wrote the most amazing post on facebook, and it sparked my message to you today.

Now, mind you, I know exactly what this ring on Tiff’s thumb has carried her through and it has included worry, pain, emotional duress, and I could go on.

I also know that as I read through this thread that you too have those days and nights…maybe you just said goodbye to your faithful furry companion that was your place of comfort during the hardest and best times in your life.

Maybe you have just broken up with what felt to be the love of your forever, and you’re questioning everything…including your self.

You could be sitting next to your child going through cancer treatment and wondering when things will get better.

You might have just lost your job, or your house, or your best friend….

These are the times that beg for solace and comfort.

Where do you find it? What helps you through?

Tiff wears her ring, and never takes it off. It reminds her that there is help and hope much bigger than what her eyes can see.

One of you wear your Dad’s wedding ring and it helps you know he’s always close by even though his physical presence is dearly missed.

One of you have a sign in your living room that says, “Every thing changes.” 

Yours could be the huge scar running down your chest reminding you that you’re a survivor of the grandest kind.

For others, it’s the happy memories they’re holding onto as they mourn the recent shocking loss of a family member, remembering that life is short and we need to “live and love every day as it could be our last.”

You might be the one with the painted rock given to you by someone making amends for all the hate they spewed on you, and this kind gesture reminds you that being true to yourself can make even your biggest haters become your biggest cheerleaders.

The tattooed initials of one’s husband on her finger, reminding her of his unwavering love of her and their boys.

One person carried an angel coin in their pocket for 40 years given to them when they were 6 and in the hospital, until they give it away to someone that they felt needed it more.

Some have a picture of Jesus on the wall with eyes that follow you wherever you go.

Some wear tattoos and keep their hair short.

There are footprints of a baby lost at 17 days old, tattooed on a mom’s neck reminding her that her son is always with her.

Bracelets carved with the words “What would love do now?” Reminding them that no matter how easy or tough the situation is, moving forward in love is the answer.

One man has a reminder tattooed on his wrist reminding him to “keep on going/fighting/persevering” in Greek and that he is UNSTOPPABLE!

Mine came from my dad, who died when I was 11. He gave me this message through Tiff, during an especially dark night of the soul as I was making huge decisions about transitioning or not, and he reminded me to “Look up and keep your eye on the horizon.”

When I look up at the horizon I get the strongest visceral feeling of hope and power and strength and that I have what it takes to live this life big and bold, and bust through the fears that threaten my journey.

Thanks dad!

So to you, and me, and everyone else that we love so much, the message for today is to “Look up, and keep those beautiful eyes of yours…on the horizon!”

Tiff and I are sending you the biggest hug of your forever.

We’ll be back!!

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The Little Things are the Biggest Things

The Little Things are the Biggest Things

Is your life a deliberate creation? 

This year is starting out beautifully!

Right now I’m sitting in my living room listening to the conversations of our children and their friends, Jack is working on college stuff with our son and I’m observing it all quietly.

At this very moment it’s clear that this is what life is…little experiences of connection, laughter, and the realization of love through interaction.

I’m deeply grateful for all that I have and enjoy.

And more than anything I’m grateful for the knowledge that every single one of us gets to choose what kind of life we want, and the universe delivers every time.

This life I live is completely deliberate!

Today is good.

Sending you love!

Tiff

P.S. Please enjoy our facebook live video, “Don’t Give Up (Part 2)”

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