Always Learning & Growing
Amy Hunt is no novice to self-work and individual development. She is a forever-learner. She’s spent a lot of her life on self-development, and she is open-minded to new programs that allow for that. She’s always seeking out new classes, new communities, and new cultures. She flourishes when she brings other points of view into her own life. Although Amy loves hearing from multiple people sharing their opinions, it can also create a dependence on receiving them.
Amy met Julie just over 2 years ago. They hit it off because of Julie’s radiant and inviting nature; Amy will say openly that Julie is “a ball of energy and sunshine.” Naturally, they became fast friends. After a year of friendship, Amy worked with Julie for some one-on-one coaching. When Julie invited Amy to join the program, Amy agreed, eager to continue her own personal development. She knew that she wanted to get healthy and lose weight, as well as ensure her mindset was positive leaning toward self-growth.
Progress, Not Perfection
Amy works consciously now on that self-validation. During the program, she created two vision boards, both addressing how she wants her future to look in vivid detail.
She feels that:
"Julie has helped me create a good foundation to keep working on myself and for pursuing my weight loss and health goals. She's inspired me so much."
In addition to her newfound awareness, while going through the program, Amy became inspired to write a book for seniors (a subject that interests her) that has been on the back burner of her mind for years. Now it is already in progress.
A Peace That's Come with Feeling Good
Amy has found a sense of internal peace. She had always sought self-development and an increased knowledge in all things she does, but what she didn’t expect was that a sort of harmony can come from loving the self. When she decided to take hold of her own judgment - meaning that she began feeling self-affirmation rather than self-judgment, she felt immensely powerful.
After the program, Amy now expresses that she’s ready for what comes next. She’s ready to continue to do the self-work, and see what else comes up in this journey of life.