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    Catherine Fox

    Like others here, I have discovered that my deep motivations are to create my own art (this ecourse is so inspiring for that), to share my messages and provide genuine transformation for people that makes their lives more awesome.

    I don’t want to completely replace my active income – 1 on 1 work with people –  but I want to have income that I can do “remotely” as well, and thus be able to travel to europe and the UK to see my family and friends there as much as I like. Then I don’t feel like I’m stuck in canada missing out on my niece growing up or time with my parents. I can have both amazing nature and life here AND be present with the people I love.

    Also a big thing for me is to enjoy co-creating with Jeff, a feeling that the life we have chosen together which is not standard is still awesome. I don’t get to have the normal family/children/house life with him and that has been hard at times, but what I want to claim now is another kind of life full of creativity and satisfaction that comes from that.  I’m enjoying our new daily rhythm and how this course has catalysed a shift in our relationship and shows me that so much more is possible than I realised.

    I’m appreciating the encouragement to get past the “it’s all about money and the 6 figure incomes” and actually think of how we want our life to be and to feel. Once we get aware of that we stop putting off the joy to some future date and start claiming it now. Nice.


    Bradley Morris
    Mountain Guide

    Kaboom! My goodness, who would of thought us being our silly ol’ selves would catalyze such wonderful realizations. Such an awesome share @catherine_wildfox. Thank you for spelling it out like this. I think a lot of fellow adventurers will echo your intentions!


    Andy Freist
    Mountain Guide


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