Kay's Journey to Awesome Life Club
As long as I can remember, I've loved to be around people. To listen, to watch, to understand and to be curious about them.
For me, it wasn't about interacting with them, it was about people watching. Listening and learning from how they'd interact and from the lessons of their lives.
I learned a lot from watching others. What to do. What not to do. I believe, it's part of what made me into a big dreamer who sincerely believes that turning dreams into a reality is possible.
That belief is what's had me prove it to myself over and over.
From small town to spotlight
I grew up in a town of 2500. While I have great memories there, I left as soon as I could. The big dreamer that I was, was thirsty for the city life.
After graduating University, and being confused about which direction to take my career in, I decided to combine all my passions - human psychology, music, literature, visual arts, entrepreneurship - and become an event planner.
I threw myself into this new event world. In a short amount of time, I achieved great success. The experience exposed me to an even bigger world. I spent time in the homes of government leaders. I heard the inspiring talks of visionaries like Dr.David Suzuki. I stood side to side with Oscar De La Renta at a ball celebrating his most exquisite gowns.
It ignited in me a passion for creation. To do something remarkable myself. And while I loved many aspects of event planning, it didn't fuel my deep desire to help people on a global scale.
Two decades of work
I've been building Awesome Life Club for more than two decades. Before it had a name, a concept, it was simply a deep burning desire. I was first focused on learning how to love myself, be a leader and do this so I could fulfill on what matters to me most: to help people in a massive way.
It's what brought me to a pivotal moment in 2009 when I was introduced to a transformative learning experience I'll never forget. I did a 3-day course that change my life forever.
From that point on, I committed myself to learning more in the fields of neuroscience, human psychology, and ontology. I went back to school and continued my studies in neuroscience. I trained in the world's most aggressive leadership programs. I became a coach for others. And I've never stopped.
Along the way I've done many things that I found highly valuable experiences - like a 10 day silent meditation experience - but not fully practical for daily use.
It's why I develop life hacks, simple tools anyone can use to get what they want.
The truth about living an awesome life
Living an awesome life is about allowing yourself to be inspired and open to listening to your deepest desires and following your dreams.
It doesn't mean life's perfect. It involves courage. It's about being fearless in the face of what you deserve and never settling for a life that you settle for. And then going after it!
It involves learning how to be the designer of your life and building the skills that allow you to be in control of your situations and self. You never have to feel stuck.
I invite you to join Awesome Life Club (it's free) and let me support you in achieving your dreams.