Your Personal Legend

Hey Visionaries!!  No spoilers, but if you’ve started reading this quarter’s Books and Brunch selection, The Alchemist, you might be thinking more and more about your own personal legend.  What is a personal legend?  It’s the thing that you are meant to do or resolve or bring to life.  I believe that each one of us have been blessed with a unique mix of characteristics, gifts and skills that give us a clue as to what our personal legend is.

Uncovering your personal legend or the vision for your life can be a process. There are some people who are seemingly born knowing what direction they should take, but there are many of us who must work to uncover our journey, like the shepherd boy, Santiago.

Where are you in the process of uncovering your personal legend?  What is that really gets you energized? Is there a specific theme that can be found throughout your life experiences?

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Art inspired by The Alchemist

I would love to help you answer these questions and refine your vision for 2018.  We will be taking a limited number of new coaching clients before the year’s end.  Secure your slot today by clicking the “Book Appointment” button. We’re looking forward to accompanying you on your path!

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Aziza E. Jones is a licensed clinical social worker with 10 years of experience working in elite medical institutions, community based mental health and Military communities in the United States and abroad. Her work in Europe and Asia has had a profound impact on how she views herself and the role she plays in both her local and global community. She is passionate about improving the lives of individuals and communities as they journey towards wholeness and well-being while striving to secure social justice. Ms. Jones is a highly skilled mental health clinician, an innovative thought leader in understanding cultural competence as it relates to mental health, and an educator of new and established mental health service providers. She holds a MSW degree from the premier Smith College School for Social Work and has been recognized by the Smith College Executive Standing Committee for originality and exploring new perspectives in Clinical Social Work research with her Master's Thesis entitled, Humor as Resilience: African-American Stand-up Comedy and Collective Identity. Aziza is a native of Maryland and was reared in the suburbs of Washington, DC.

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