Human Development

We define human development as “realizing your potential or highest purpose in life”.

Most people would agree that what we want is to have the best experience in life we can. Setting goals and achieving goals can be two very different things. The setting of a goal only implies that a thing is desired. Achieving the goal requires action.


“The question that will naturally arise is, what might man make of himself if he would apply the same painstaking science to his own personal development and advancement as he now applies in other fields” Your Forces And How To Use Them by Christian Larson


Creativity is inherent within us all. In order to achieve the things we desire, we must first identify what resonates with us. Next, we will need to develop a roadmap to its manifestation in our life. This may require us to employ new learning styles and problem solving techniques. After we have identified the “what” and the “how”, we must set the action plan in motion.

Jim Rhone said, “work on yourself harder than you work on your job.” That’s pretty profound advice. But think about it. Most of us were raised to have a good work ethic, so many believe that they have to put more hours in at work in order to “get ahead”. As life coaches, we help our clients to have a different paradigm: You can have everything in life that you desire without having to trade dollars for hours. Have you ever had thoughts such as: “I hate this job”, “They don’t pay me enough” or “I’m going nowhere here”? All these statements are negative and therefore fear-based.

By being passionate about what it is that we want, we place ourselves in the harmonious position of creativity so that we can achieve human development at the highest level. When we are creating, we are as close as we can be to the Creator. As we learn to step away from the low vibration of fear and into the higher frequency of creativity, we begin to transform our lives into the incredible experiences of our dreams.

For more on Human Development click here.

Teaching What We Need to Learn

One day Alice came to a fork in the road and saw a Cheshire cat in a tree. Which road do I take? she asked. Where do you want to go? was his response. I don't know, Alice answered. “Then”, said the cat, “it doesn't matter.”

Alice in Wonderland

Where do you want to go