I was born and raised in Austria and have now lived longer in Canada than in Austria. My life in two cultures often reminds me of life as a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). You are part of a society yet you are always aware of your differences and uniqueness.
I love to travel, to take pictures, to hike in nature, and also to explore big cities. During my travels I discovered my natural curiosity and ability to easily connect with all kinds of people. I have also learned that nature helps me to be grounded and how to manage sensory overload in busier environments.
As an extroverted Highly Sensitive Coach (HSP) I struggled a long time to find a balance between me time and enjoying time with others. Writing and sharing my blogs is rewarding and sometimes difficult, because like many HSPs I am a very private person. My desire is to inspire and encourage other HSPs to think, and to look at their life from different perspectives, to ask themselves new questions and to find their personal answers.
Too often and too long many HSPs have tried to conform and be someone they are not. This has led to pain, disappointment, exhaustion and frustration. My passion is to empower HSPs to discover their unique, sensitive strengths, to express themselves fully and freely and to change their life and world through their business.
Others say about me that I am a gentle, kind, open hearted listener and that I ask the right questions to help them find their answers. They say that I am insightful, intuitive, and fun, with a kind sense of humour. We often end up laughing together even when we are working on difficult problems. They tell me that they appreciate that I hold a safe, loving space for them to explore, change and to discover new ways to express them self fully.