Self-Led Introductory Course to Finding Your Voice
You’re pretending everything’s fine, but there’s a volcano that wants to erupt underneath.
The thing is that most of us have been taught to keep quiet about the things that aren’t pretty.
We are taught to make do, to be grateful for what we have and to bury the truth of our experience so deeply that sometimes, we don’t even know our truth ourselves.
We’ve got a really good mask on and it “works” — but inside we’re drowning. We feel suffocated by our life, and we don’t know who to trust. Secretly, your life feels like a lie — you don’t even trust yourself anymore. You put on a smile and pretend you’re ok, because you’re scared to really feel everything that is hiding beneath the surface. The voices in our head have been conditioned to tell us why we can’t…
Speak up. Tell the truth. Shine brightly. Stand out.
read Sahar's memoir: "Find Your voice"
"Dreamer's are the saviors of the world." - James Allen
I have a soft spot for entrepreneurs because I've been one since I was 13.
And, I have spent years making mistakes that have cost me a lot of emotions, time, and money.
FAILURES AND SOLUTION I HAVE NO PROBLEM SHARING WITH YOU, BECAUSE THE MORE PEOPLE WE HAVE WORKING FOR THEMSELVES, THE FASTER WE WILL MAKE A POSITIVE SHIFT ON THIS PLANET...FOR THE GOOD.
It's time to repair all the broken systems by creating new one's.
TECHONOLOGY, SOCIAL MEDIA & A TEEN'S VOICE
Our kids are growing up in a world unlike any other.
Challenges with time management, stress and anxiety are spurred on by being connected to technology up to 9 hours a day.
Their image and self-worth can get distorted with living their lives on social media.
This can play with the psyche, feeding their Inner Bully, leads to depression, and possibly suicide.
My work is dedicated to starting critical conversations that impact the emotional health of individuals, schools, and society.
I guide students, adults, educators, and professionals to understand the relationship between their thoughts and emotions, freeing them - and their voice - from destructive coping patterns.