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Life Mission Associates

Carol Bossuyt
805-272-5362

Ginny Mahoney
845-355-3338

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LMA
P.O. Box 182
Ojai, CA 93024

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Testimonials

"Now, instead of being lost, I found a clear path on which to tread. And more importantly, I am enjoying the wonderful reward that comes from seeing a student or client’s eyes light up when they say, “That’s what I’ve always wanted to do! Now, I’ve got it!”

-V. Mahoney   Life Mission Coach   January 11, 2009

"Inspiring!"
"Thanks! Wonderful!"
"I Loved the Humor, Connections & Genius of your work. Inspirational!"

- Comments from participants in the International Career Development  Conference in Los Angeles, CA

 
Life Mission Colleagues
Sue Kaiser, JDSue Kaiser, JD
Biography

Sue Kaiser is a graduate of Lake Forest College with a B.A. in psychology and a graduate of Washington University School of Law. Sue earned a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management and Leadership from the University of Missouri - St. Louis. She has held responsible positions in corporate legal departments and with nonprofit organizations. Her life mission is to awaken in others their passions, talents and dreams so they can create the work and life they love.

Sue received her Life Mission Coach training from Naomi Stephan and Sue Moore and started her own business in 2004. She lives in St. Louis with her two sons, David and Daniel. In her spare time, Sue enjoys playing the piano, traveling, hiking and leading a monthly spiritual film series.

 


Virginia Mahoney, M.S.
Biography
Virginia Mahoney, M.S

Virginia holds a B.A. in Human Development from Empire State College (State University of New York) and an M.S. in Counseling from Long Island University/C.W. Post. Her background is in mental health counseling, college teaching, and career counseling. Her extensive experience includes career counseling in the college in which she is employed, as well as in the local community, such as wellness centers, employment and training centers, continuing education programs, libraries, and churches. She is a member of the American Counseling Association, the National Career Development Association, and the Career Planning and Adult Development Network, for which she has written numerous book reviews.

Having completed training with Naomi Stephan and Sue Moore, Virginia has established her Life Mission Coaching practice in Orange County, New York. Virginia incorporates spirituality and creativity into her coaching. Her personal mission is harmony with the universe. She seeks to help clients rescue lost dreams and guide them to bring their life mission into divine harmony by putting their mind in the service of their heart.

Her personal interests include spending time in nature, writing fiction and non-fiction, engaging in various creative art projects, and volunteering at a local animal shelter.

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"In 1993 a synchronicity in the universe connected me to Naomi. When I began my work with her, I was unhappily employed, underpaid, and completely lost regarding my career. Naomi & Sue’s book and Workbook, “Fulfill Your Soul's Purpose,” opened the door to a bright new world. Through their coaching I discovered that the path to fulfillment is as simple as doing what you love. Over the course of time I began to appreciate my own talents, as well as my obligation to share my gifts with the world.

Once I knew I had not only a desire but a responsibility to go forth with my mission, it became easier to jump-start the process. I wanted to share this wonderful notion with everyone, which led me to realize that my own mission is to help others find theirs. I just knew I had to become a Life Mission coach. That training was the icing on the cake. Naomi and Sue led me through the steps to fine tune my mission, as well as to present myself to the world in this capacity.

The process wasn’t always easy. I had many moments of doubt, demons  from the past, and fear of the future. But in retrospect this is confirmation that one needs a coach to cheer her on and help move past these obstacles, rather than struggling alone. Now, instead of being lost, I found a clear path on which to tread. And more importantly, I am enjoying the wonderful reward that comes from seeing a student or client’s eyes light up when they say, “That’s what I’ve always wanted to do! Now, I’ve got it!”

-V. Mahoney   Life Mission Coach  

 
Words to Live By

remember the things you did as a child

slink past the obvious to the underneath leaf

think of an abiding love ... something you could not live without