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I was a shy child with a rich imagination, often talking to myself—or perhaps to someone others couldn't see. I loved playing with dolls and Barbies because they allowed me to create stories with different characters and roles.


From an early age, I have been very sensitive to emotions. This sensitivity may have contributed to feeling like an outsider in many situations. I was also bullied and wasn't invited to some of the parties my classmates attended. Even though I was shy, I always did things my own way and never did something just to be accepted by the group.

Teenage years were...


It's always easier to see things more clearly afterwards. Let me briefly describe my history and what I mean.

I completed high school and studied to become a business administration graduate while working, but I've always been the type of person to learn by doing, so I felt no passion to apply for further studies.

My interest in people took me on a working journey in the personnel business and various human resources roles in different companies. My career was leveling up, and I had a lot of responsibilities and areas to handle. I learned a lot, and I will always be grateful for that.


I received great feedback, and here's the thing: that pleased my ego and drove me to do even more work. I was hooked on creating success and receiving credit from others. From outside, not inside myself. Of course, I was happy with myself for doing good work, but at the same time, I wasn't listening to myself and my heart—I wasn't doing the work my soul came to do.

Always listen the messages from Your Soul and trust that there's a good reason You received them

I tried to shift my HR career from employment management to the direction of development and well-being because I was drawn more to that field. But the company's needs were different. So, piece by piece, I got exhausted, and the workload started to feel overwhelming. I started to wake up with questions like "What do I really want to do?", "What's my purpose?", "What's my passion?".


I decided to leave my job without any guarantee of what the future would bring. At that moment, I thought my part-time direct selling business would be the answer and lead me to freedom. However, that vision was so strongly tied to my ego that it's no wonder that road ended shortly.

Sometimes we need to make decisions that others won’t understand, but when something feels right in your heart, that’s the path you need to take.


The journey of truly connecting with my soul has been both challenging and rewarding. Totally worth it and has changed my life and how I process everything.

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