Ingredients for a Happy Live

As a seeker and life coach, I’ve learned that the key ingredients for happiness and legacy are each of these areas:

SELF-ESTEEM (most people say they have it, but most need a lot more work)

CONNECTION WITH SPIRIT (God, Buddha – your call)

COMMUNITY (this is so important and overlooked!)

ACTION IN CONNECTION WITH A HIGHER PURPOSE (hint: this is NOT necessarily grand, its just something that feels aligned for you)

What are your thoughts? Do you think I’ve left anything out?

 

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Gerri

Gerri Ratigan is a life coach, writer, photographer, organizer and singer - all as a professional and amateur in varying degrees. She can be reached at gerricoach at gmail dot com. Or 518 469 0390. Here's a rundown for those seeking a bio: worked in direct practice in human services, and held positions as a manager, supervisor, Acting Clinical and Executive Director. She lead programs on Divorce Recovery, the Law of Attraction, fulfillment, life purpose, success, self-esteem, stress reduction, karaoke empowerment, the mind-body connection, spiritual alignment and creativity, among others. She is past President of the Albany International Coaching Federation, founder and leader of the Women’s Success Network, the Manifestation Project and has been involved in many business organizations. Gerri wrote a blog for Albany.com, traditional articles for Healing Springs Journal, has been featured in the Business Review, The Schenectady Gazette, Troy Record, WGY, Times Union, Channel 6 and Channel 13 news. Credentials: BA Psychology, Coach University Graduate, Business of Coaching Graduate, Life Partner Quest and Coach Training Institute trained, Core Dynamics Coach Training, member Coachville, founder of Women’s Success Network, owner of the Manifestation Project, past President of Albany Chapter of the International Coach Federation, has attended a multitude of other personal development trainings and currently teaches karaoke empowerment and hosts the Capital District Single Professionals 50+ group.