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Wait Not, Want Not: The Life at the End of Your Wish w/Dr. Nikki & Danica

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“I want more out of life, but this is as good as it’s ever going to get.” “I wish things could be different.” Woe is me.

It’s a common theme in today’s society to “wish” for what we think we don’t have. We do it on birthdays before we eat our cake. We toss money into fountains hoping to have the magical happen. Even shooting stars are used as tools of manifestation.

But what if all that wishing and wanting could be turned into having with one simple tweak? What if all you had to do to live the life you’ve always dreamed of – or have yet begun to dream of – is MOVE? Not physically change your place of residence but move, as in take one small action step in the direction of the life beyond your wildest imagination. What if that’s all it takes? Are you willing to find out?

Join Dr. Nikki and Danica as they unravel the risks of waiting and wishing verses the life of passion that's waiting for you to MOVE.

Dr. Nikki Tobias, founder of Grounded Vision Coaching and Consulting, helps high achievers who want “more” from their lives, whatever “more” means to them.  With her background in counseling and administration, she helps clients clarify their vision and achieve their dreams both personally and professionally.  She is also a Licensed Facilitator of the Desire Map process.  You can find Nikki on Facebook at Grounded Vision Coaching. 

Danica Trebel, founder of Danica Trebel, Life Coach, knows first-hand the power of the spoken and unspoken word. It was through her own personal and professional experiences that she was led to this place of healing, restoration and passion to help others. She is an expert in helping people live their lives to the fullest through faith, communication and vulnerability.

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