If you’re feeling a touch of the middle-aged blahs, or you feel overwhelmed with things and just don’t know where to start, consider meeting Nada and exploring how she might be able to help.
Originally from Serbia, Nada’s been a Reveler since the early days — October 2020 — and she’s particularly interested in how women our age can stay focused on finding joy and purpose when so much around us — our physical state, our kids, our jobs, our romantic relationships — is in flux, often like no other time in our lives. Although she has degrees in music education (she’s a skilled pianist and choral singer) and organizational management, Nada considers herself particularly good at her accountability coaching work, recognizing that procrastination and indecision often make us feel lousy about ourselves.
She knows this work from the inside. Her classical music training taught her discipline, and she’s excellent at helping people learn how to set goals and follow through. “If you know what your purpose is but you don’t do anything about it, your purpose is for naught?’ as Nada sees it. Accountability is what drives our lives forward. Her work involves daily text check-ins, weekly homework, and she considers herself an excellent listener, enabling her to elicit the real goal beneath the surface.
So, if you’re feeling a touch of the middle-aged blahs, or you feel overwhelmed with things and just don’t know where to start, consider meeting Nada and exploring how she might be able to help.
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