- Going through divorce and not sure whether to go to court?
- Widowed or divorced and having difficulty putting your life back together?
- Provided for financially but worry that people will take advantage of you and think you don’t have the knowledge and self-confidence to manage your own affairs well?
- A successful executive who does a great job running a business but whose personal affairs during transition are a mess?
- The spouse of a high-powered attorney headed for divorce but feel like you have nowhere to turn to work through your options that would not be influenced by who your spouse is?
- Struggling to find your path to personal and spiritual growth?
- Looking in the Yellow Pages to pick a professional advisor to handle your most important personal and financial affairs?
- Having to reenter the work force after 20 years as a stay-at-home mom?
- Trying to hold it all together during your transition but afraid it will all fall apart at any moment?
- Feel like your transition is spinning out of control?
- Embarrassed to seek advice because you are afraid people will judge you or intimidate you?
- Are you a professional who is concerned that your clients would leave you if they knew your personal situation?
These are just a few examples of the ways transition might affect people. Transition can enter anyone’s life. It is not a sign of failure or weakness. It is not punishment for life unless we see it that way. It just is, and it can be a springboard for a great life for anyone who makes that choice. What do you choose for your life?