Living a More Fulfilling Life

How to Determine and Get What You Really Want After a Divorce

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  • As a newly single person, a whole new world and future lie ahead of you. While you were married most of your decisions were made based on being half of a couple. Now that you are on your own without having to consider what your spouse might have wanted, do you know what direction you'd  like your life to take and what you'd  like to be or do? You may be like the nine out of ten people who, when asked what they want from life, are likely to give a vague answer such as “I just want to be happy,” or "I want to live a rich and exciting life." But what does that specifically mean to you? What would that include and what would that look like?

  • All of us are quick to identify what we don't want but find it harder to pin down what we do. Nine out of ten people, when asked what they want, are likely to give vague answers such as, "I want more money," " I want a different job,” “I want to get out of a bad relationship," or "I want to live somewhere else."  While these are all worthwhile objectives, they are not specific enough: how much money? What kind of career or job?  Now that you are single, where do you want to live? Do you want to go back to school, take a year's sabbatical, or travel around the world? Do you secretly long to be an artist, a teacher, a drummer in a rock band or an executive chef? Or, are you simply soldiering on alone, living every day wanting something different but unable to put your finger on exactly what it is you long for?  

  • Finding out about yourself and what makes you tick requires a lot of thought and work. You may be have to dive deep and answer questions you have not given much thought to before because you were part of a couple. But now, if you truly want to get what you want out of life, you must first know what it is that makes you feel happy and fulfilled. If you don't know where you are going, how can you get there?  The course is based on a comprehensive questionnaire that will help you examine every aspect of your life and pinpoint what you want in your life now.

What  You Can Expect to Gain from This Course:

This course will help you:

  • Rediscover your true self
  • Sort out what is and is not important
  • Gain clarity about what you really want
  • Determine what makes you feel happy and fulfilled
  • Create a personal vision to serve as a roadmap for the future
Intended Audience: women, middle age women, middle age men, midlife crisis, Generation X, Baby Boomers, Retirees, women over 40, single women, single men

Course Curriculum

Welcome to the Course
What Would a More Fulfilling Life Look Like?
Are You Clear About What You Want?
The Big Picture
The Master Questionnaire
The Foundations of a Vision Statement
Creating Your Own Vision Statement
author

Judith Albright

Instructor

My passion is helping others live the best life possible by teaching them how to use the power of their subconscious mind to rid themselves of negative thinking and sabotaging beliefs that hold them back and limit what they can be and do.

It is interesting where life leads us. When I was younger I naively thought that life progressed in a straightforward linear fashion. I once believed that, just like wine, relationships only got better with age, until I went through a contentious divorce. I also thought that each job would be better and pay more money than the last, until I found myself stalled out in ill-suited jobs I ended up hating. At one point I even convinced myself that I had things under control, but that was a laugh because “life” had different ideas. My life started taking all sorts of interesting twists and turns, certainly not in a straight line or all of them forward. I spent a lot of energy living a life I didn’t want, so I know how it feels to want to be or do something different but without any idea of how to make that happen.

It was in my quest to change my own life that I discovered that the secret to success (for anything) lies in the power of the mind. If we are genuinely going to make lasting changes it must happen at the subconscious level, literally from the inside out. It was this change of thinking and a desire to make a career change that led me to pursue advanced training for the energy healing techniques I use today that include EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) PSYCH-K® and The Emotion Code. What my clients say about the effectiveness of this work speaks for itself.

For more than 14 years I have had a private stress management practice in Ft. Collins, CO. During that time, I have seen firsthand the fallout from living a stressful, unfulfilled and unhappy life and the toll that can take on the human psyche. As a result, I am dedicated to teaching others how to get past their own self-imposed mental limitations and create a better life for themselves.

Both a teacher and a lifelong learner, my formal education includes a BFA from the University of Denver, an MA from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and additional graduate work at the University of Phoenix in Denver. My work experience includes teaching college level courses at community colleges and vocational schools in the Denver area, and a long career in Corporate America.