Everyone can benefit from having someone to talk to, someone to bounce ideas off of, and that one person who will tell you like it is, to help you change your life for the better. That one person might be a personal transformation coach, someone like April Kmiechicki.
April is a 41 year old single mother of ten-year old daughter, Zaida, who lives in Forked River, New Jersey. About 25 years ago, she read the book "Many Lives, Many Masters: The True Story of a Prominent Psychiatrist, His Young Patient, and the Past-Life Therapy That Changed Both Their Lives" by Dr. Brian Weiss and it changed her trajectory forever. She had a history of childhood trauma, depression, and anxiety, but she was able to rewrite her life story through conscious awareness.
"I wouldn't say it was the moment I knew I would be successful so much as it was the moment I knew success on this path was my only option. I had taken some pretty big leaps of faith into my coaching business. I had quit my proverbial day job and things were looking shaky with the coaching business, so I began considering other options for income. It was then that I realized I could not go back and I had to amplify my commitment to my success," confides April.
She now works with clients to support them in overcoming their limiting belief patters in order to unlock their personal truth, in much the same way she helped herself. Her goal for her clients is to tap into their true power so they can live as the most expanded and fulfilled version of themselves. She does this by guiding them through a process of tapping into their heart's desires and uncovering the truth of who they would love to be. As she moves with them through this process of creating a vision, she helps them re-pattern and and all old stories, ideas, and beliefs that block them from moving forward into the fullness of this vision. Then, she helps them to create new and empowering ideas, beliefs, patterns and skills to enable them not only to realize their dreams but to continue to live a life of upward expansion long after they have finished working together.
As a DreamBuilder Coach, certified by the Life Mastery Institute, April Kmiechick helps people design and manifest a life that's in harmony with their Soul's purpose. She inspires and empowers all those who are drawn to her to live their highest vision in the context of love and joy. Her passion is teaching clients to unlock their true potential, achieve outrageous success, and live a life they LOVE living! An avid reader, she refers to "Your Invisible Power" by Genevieve Behrend, "The Big Leap" by Gay Hendricks, and "Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself" by Dr. Joe Dispenza as life-changing texts for people looking to transform their lives.
I caught up with April to ask her about her daily routine and insight into what makes her a successful female entrepreneur. In an age where self-help gurus are telling women that we need to be everything and do everything, April is a breath of fresh air. She speaks from a place of ease and balance, rather than rush and overwhelm. A night-owl at heart, she takes her time in the morning, rising at 6 or 6:30 and easing into her day. She follows the Mayan 13 Moon Calendar as a spiritual practice, and takes a few moments each day with the book, "The I Ching or Book of Changes: A Guide to Life's Turning Points" by Brian Browne Walker. And most importantly, she finds internal alignment by honoring her body with 60-128 ounces of water everyday.
April has said that her greatest skill in being a successful personal transformation coach is mental and emotional discipline. She must constantly be working on herself if she is to help others work on themselves. It's very similar to my perspective as a yoga instructor. If I am not taking time to work on my practice, I will not be able to hold space for others. In much the same way, April knows that she is in harmony with the universal flow and energy when she is working on herself.
Her greatest reward on her path to help others change their lives has been conscious awareness of how to change her own. She has broken generational patterns in the raising of her daughter, something she takes great pride in doing well. She hopes to operate from this same place of knowing in all areas of her life in the future, rather than relying on faith alone.
If you are interested in learning more about what April does or if you'd like to work with her as a coach, you can reach her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also attend one of her many workshops on personal transformation or visit her website at www.aprilkcoaching.com.
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