Have You Lost Your Mojo?

Then these five steps will help you gain clarity, connect you to your core values and help you focus on what matters most to you.

  • We've all been there.
  • You're working long hours in a kitchen.
  • You're burnt out.
  • You're feeling uninspired.
  • You're questioning why you ever decided to become a culinary professional in the first place.

Well, look no further...

Introducing the Five Steps to Remembering Your "Why" worksheet.

These five steps are designed to help you re-ignite the fire that filled you when you first made culinary a career.

Here's what you'll get when you purchase Five Steps to Discovering Your "Why."

If you've always wanted to…

  • Getting Reconnected to The Fire That Once Filled Your Belly
  • Getting It Grounded in What's Important to You Now
  • Becoming Clear and Confident About The Gift You Are and The Difference You Can Make …

Then this worksheet is for you!

I've included everything you need to know, including:

  • Step #1 - Rediscover why you initially made the career choice.
  • Step #2 -Ask deeper questions about why you connected with this career.
  • Step #3 - Sit in the fire with what your strengths are and where you add value.
  • Step #4 - Breakthrough Session; with the free bonus Discovery session with me, I get to reflect back to you what I heard you say about what really makes your heart sing, so you never sell yourself short again.


5 Steps to Remembering Your Why

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A step-by-step guide to help you keep your passion alive.

You have the power to take back your passion for cooking. By filling out the 5 Steps to Remembering Your "Why" worksheet, you can start to regain your love for what you do. It will remind you of why you decided to become a chef in the first place.

  • 5 Steps to Discovering Your Why.pdf • 76.3 KB

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"You have empowered me and given me the ability to sit back, evaluate my own career, and realize where the priorities are."

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