Live the Life that You are JAZZED to be Living!


Hi, I’m Heather Elliott. How can I help you?

Mindful Change is about melting away the invisible barriers that keep you stuck…

  • Just out of reach of the kind of happy you long for
  • In relationships that aren’t loving and supportive
  • At an income bracket below what you want
  • In a job you don’t like, or maybe even hate
  • Wondering if there’s more to life
  • Uncertain of your purpose
  • Overwhelmed, anxious, stressed, or depressed

If you experience any of the above, there is a solution.

What Creates the Limits?

We all have limiting beliefs.

The beliefs you use to make the majority of decisions in your life formed before you were ten – and many of them had solidified before you were five!

  • How many logical three-year-olds do you know who have a vast array of worldly experience to draw on?
  • Have you ever questioned the beliefs you use to make decisions?
  • What happens if you hold the belief that people with lots of money are corrupt at the same time that you believe that having more money would make your life easier?
  • Are there beliefs you accepted, such as someone saying that you’re not good at something, that aren’t true? Maybe you simply needed time to develop physically, or you could have learned the skill through a different style of teaching, but you didn’t know that back then?

While Mindful Change helps with many problems, you don’t have to be struggling to benefit. Sometimes limiting beliefs keep things at “okay” instead of letting you move into “wonderful!”

Getting Unstuck

If you’re ready to embody success, live with purpose, feel fulfilled, face problems without wavering, understand yourself and others, and enjoy the rewards of your lifestyle, I can help.

Through Mindful Change, I help people bring to life what they admire, aspire to, and hold dear while helping them walk through fear and limitation with strength, knowledge, and grace.

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