New Goals?

Life can throw some obstacles every so often.

Hence, one needs to know when to engage, and when to let go. Moving on is of course not an easy task. Some have the advantage to pass through life more swiftly than others, and some take enjoyment of experiencing a couple of trials before letting go.

Perhaps unconscious negative patterns keep nudging you to engage. And of course the ending is a disaster.

Today, you are ready to change the script of your life and chose to go a different path – a direction that creates positive results. This may apply to overeating and drinking, using curse words and people pleasing.

We can help in all of these cases, if you are ready to change!

Marianne Zaugg, 626-539-4063

Overcoming Adversity

Last night I went to the Hollywood Bowl to see Natalie Cole.  I met her when she was nine years old with pig tails in Highland Park.  Her father Nat was a very popular singer.   With all the fame and money they went through a difficult situation  with prejudice and racial feelings by some in the neighborhood.  I remember the family  being  very classy and loving.

Later Natalie would overcome so much with drug abuse and the help of loved ones and family.  Her mother had control of her finances and life until she was strong enough to take control over her own.

She is still here, strong, and very much a survivor.

Happy musings.


Personal Growth

After careful consideration, I have expanded my collaborations and assist clients more specifically to achieve their personal needs. Therefore, we have the a new platform for health and wellness, the continues to serve through personal growth counseling, publishing and products with self-empowerment programs. We are offering engaging motivational workshops that help for example with public speaking engagements, or become financially secure, or achieve specific goals.

As you may already know to achieve a very specific goal requires careful strategic planning and support – to clearly define the needs of your vision.

Call for a consult today.

Marianne Zaugg