Somewhere in the frenzy of the modern world, we have lost our connection with self, spirit, and serenity. Overwhelm, overwork, overdoing, and over-thinking have become not only the standard, but the justification of a life well lived. In an attempt to reverse the trend, empower the individual, and enhance the world we live in, this book explains the principles behind the Center for Clarity, Compassion & Contentment, a coaching practice and wellness center. The Center is a place, but the ‘center’ is in all of us. As we integrate these principles into our lives, find our authenticity, determine our own definitions of success, and actively allow room for our soul to speak, we reconnect with our highest, truest selves.
What you will learn in this book:
How to find your authentic self.
How to determine what success means to you.
How to let go of what no longer serves you.
Why you should practice self-compassion.
Why you suffer and how to alleviate suffering.
Why sharing compassion with everyone is in your best interest.
What myths exist to block peace in your life.
What makes us feel fulfilled, balanced, and accomplished.
What living a happy and joyful life really means.
With soulful simplicity and inspired insight, this book is a guide for finding clarity, compassion, and contentment and ultimately, reconnection with the center of your being to enable a life of joy.
Let your journey begin!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Kim Perone is a personal strategist, philosopher, and champion for her clients. After a twenty-year career in communication, public relations, and community relations, Kim trained as a life, success, and spiritual coach and opened Inspired Life Coaching practice and The Center for Clarity, Compassion & Contentment: A Wellness Center in 2015. With a strong belief in the individual and in inspired living, Kim continues her personal and professional path toward greater awareness, greater ability to serve clients and groups, and ever-greater spiritual knowledge. Kim helps clients achieve life balance, manage transitions, develop resilience, determine authentic success, and find their highest selves, all while navigating the choppy waters of modern life. She lives in Glenville, New York, with her husband, Dave.