Successful Lawyer Runs Away from the Law
Successful lawyer, editor, business owner, world traveler, and former CIA analyst leaves the law to become a Life Coach. Sonia Gallagher uses her wide array of life experience to help other professionals find balance and fulfillment in their lives through coaching sessions, individualized exercises, and shifting of perspective. After much introspection about what was truly important to her, Gallagher realized that her calling is to help others to reach goals in their life, overcome obstacles in the path to those goals, and reach real success in their personal and professional lives. She finds it a blessing to be able to work with professionals and business owners who are ready to be challenged, grow, and get more out of their life. She now does this at www.timeforlifenow.com
Normally, it's the criminals who run from the law, not the lawyers. Then again, listening to Attorney Sonia Gallagher speak, it is obvious that very little of her story can be considered normal. Gallagher is a self-described "retired" lawyer, who now coaches other professionals to success. In some ways her story is actually very similar to other professionals who have had to reexamine their career and life goals in a new economy. Yet, in other ways, it could not possibly be more different.
According to Gallagher, what she is doing now at Time for Life, LLC., is much more interesting than everything
she has experienced in her life so far. But, after hearing her story, most people would have a tough time believing
that. After all, it's a story that involves fleeing from another country, working for the CIA, and being involved in a shooting, not to mention short appearances by the then President of the United States, several Foreign
Consulates, and a stuffed animal named Batts Maroo. Oh, and did I mention she's only 30 years old?
In June 2008, my husband Marty and I and our daughters, Siena and Avocet, set off for a one year trip around the world. We left behind the security of the lives we had built for ourselves in Cincinnati, Ohio, for a life of the unknown. Find out what it took to make a trip of this magnitude happen and use the valuable information contained in this book to plan a long-term trip of your own. Filled with vivid, entertaining and informative anecdotes from six continents
Join us as Shira Adler shares her story. From a life filled with trauma and distress, she has emerged as a single mother of 2 with an appreciation for the joys of life.
Shira has taken her life experiences and uses them as a tool to help others to find joy and happiness.
" My intention is especially to share my experiences with other women who, like me, struggle to balance their personal needs, career aspirations, “special needs” children and relationship."
David Fraiberg, CEO of Concerto HealthPartners
Here's my story: How did I decide to become a Caregiving entrepreneur?
When Dad got cancer, it was overwhelming. As a successful businessman, he was used to taking charge and being in control—used to knowing what to do. But the process of being ill proved different. Thoughts of his own mortality prevented him from taking charge. With no one by his side, Dad was scared and alone and at risk of poor care, medical error and infection, and overpaying. As his son, I became his partner in the process. His voice when he couldn’t speak. Soon, friends and family began asking for help. So, the decision to become an entrepreneur was born out of helping a parent, recognizing the commonality of the need, and wanting to share what works with others so they have better outcomes and avoid the learning curve at the point in which the stakes are greatest.
To learn more please visit http://ConcertoHealthPartners.com