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As a life coach and retreat leader, Yota works with women seeking clarity, inspiration, and purpose in the midst of life changes. Her approach is intuitive and deeply influenced by her cultural roots, work and life experience, and her long-term practice of mindfulness meditation.

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  • Danielle Venturini

    When you said writing your vision statement down and holding yourself to it. I understood why you said it that way. It’s almost a reference of a promise I’m making to myself. A plan going forward like you said. I never realized the importance of physically taking the time to make a plan. You envision your goals. However, writing them down and holding yourself to the best of your ability to achieve them is more effective than just “wanting”. Seeing your goals, checking in with your progress.

    You’re right. I always knew what made me happy. I compromised a lot over the years. Put myself last. Adjusted to the environment I found myself in, while still having a foot in what I really wanted.

    My divorce demanded my attention. Everything I sacrificed was for nothing. I say nothing, because the result left me starting completely over. Silverlining, this is a time to rebuild myself. Set new standards. Learn self love. Learn what I really want, and can no longer sacrifice. I get to reinvent myself, and I’m so grateful for that opportunity. I never want to change the person I am, because it led me to a good I have in my life. The good outweighs the trauma.

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