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Meet Lori Sullivan of A Heroines Journey in San Fernando Valley

Today we’d like to introduce you to Lori Sullivan.

Lori, can you briefly walk us through your story – how you started and how you got to where you are today.
I have been on the heroine’s journey throughout my life, with the deepest calling for change occurring in the past 6 years.  I found myself in a state of hopelessness in many areas of my life, in fact nothing made me happy except my companion, my golden retriever Taos!  I found myself depressed even though I am “the glass is ½ full” kind of woman.  I felt the only way to respond to this call to change was to explore how I got there.

My first step was to hire a Life Coach to support me in this journey and thus started the internal part of my journey by looking within.  With that came renting out my house, packing up a bag of clothes and with my dog headed up towards the Pacific Coast.  I began looking at all my relationships, my friends, my family during the long drive. I saw that I had internalized beliefs such as not deserving love.

With the help of my Coach, I worked to change these beliefs and developed healthier ones. I healed the disenfranchised parts of myself that felt unworthy.

I found my true voice and rediscovered some of my passions.  I reconnected with that younger version of myself who got a degree in Psychology and a minor in Women’s Study’s, both subjects that bring me great joy and fulfillment and still do to this day.  I changed careers from working in an office and stepped into my fulfillment as a Coach.

Has it been a smooth road?
Nothing is a smooth road, there are always bumps. Struggles were finding the right vocation for me, Coaching, understanding my worth and stepping into my worth and opening up to a different way of perceiving and interpreting life.

So let’s switch gears a bit and go into the A Heroines Journey story. Tell us more about the business.
My company is to help women (and men) find their true voice, their authentic nature and to follow that voice, their bliss in living a life that is filled with passion, joy and contentment no matter what.

I am proud of the work I do and how I can transform other people’s lives.

What sets me apart is my own journey which allows me to relate to my clients and use that to further their growth.

How do you think the industry will change over the next decade?
There will always be shifts and changes in consciousness…and the key is to be open to it.

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