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Thursday, January 9, 2020
Being Perfectly Normal with Michelle Kuei
Perhaps many people today have ever heard of the word “Inner Critics”? “negative self-talk”? or “Impostor Syndrome”? Michelle Kuei is a transition coach and an author of a new memoir call “Perfectly Normal: an immigrant’s story of making it in America” She works with clients experiencing life changes to overcome the fear for judgments by providing them with skills and inspirations they need to discover inner strength and beauty that allows them to be heard, seen and known. Her story is one of courage, determination, and vulnerability. But more importantly, it is about having the confidence to face fear in everyday life. Facing our own worst enemy, facing our own judgments and harsh criticism. By letting go of her own judgments, she allowed who she is to flow freely. She allowed herself to accept her with unconditional love. She accepts herself for all the strength, beauty and flaws. She accepts she is not in the perfect hour-glass shape and she accepts her just the way she is no matter how others see her. There was always that part of her inside that wanted to be seen and to be heard. she lives to inspire and teach others to do the same. She has walked through the battle to be here with you and she came to give that light to you. Why? Because we do not have to fight this battle alone. Check out her website: www.elevatelifecoaching.org
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