I knew my mindset wasn’t in a great place. So, I asked for help
A couple of months ago, I knew my mindset wasn’t in a great place. So, I asked for help. I reached out to Tracy Tully, I thought she could help me through my challenging time. I asked if she had time to offer me a session and her words of wisdom – she said yes.
Not only did Tracy say yes, she delivered my call within hours and BOOM! I got up and walked away totally reinvigorated, clear, ready for action and better set to move forward, leaving the shit behind me for good. I SLAMMED that door shut and I’m not going back, ever. Period. Done.
I had a new set of tools, someone who was a leader, visionary and who didn’t let me get away with my bullshit antics. She called it out, she made me stop, she truly changed me. And in ONE session!
My point is, asking for help could very well be the best thing you do for yourself today.
Tully shares her conviction
Written in a punchy and expressive style, Tracy Tully shares her conviction that post-traumatic growth is not only possible, but within the reach of those who have suffered. Her book offers practical strategies to consider implementing through the facets of life. This book offers a fresh approach on the road beyond recovery and I congratulate Tracy on its publication.
Tracy is such a person
Bullying is an insidious part of all levels of society. From early school days, during our working careers to aged care. Many are damaged by it, some are destroyed by it, most learn to cope with varying degrees of success, and a few set a shining example to others by their unfazed courage, resilience and motivation. Tracy is such a person
Tracy has a contagious form of enthusiasm
Tracy has a contagious form of enthusiasm that she generously shares. She has a way of communicating resilience techniques with joy and passion. This book is a page turner, full of action and wit
Tracy is resilient
Tracy’s poem, She Rises from the Fire penned for her new book is testimony to the atrocities she faced at the hands of others, corrupt government officers and politicians. Tracy is resilient. She is fearless in the face of bullying and is courageous. As the founder of Motivation and Resilience for Women, she has walked on hot coals and survived to tell the tale.
She’s not afraid to speak out
Tracy isn’t afraid to exert her voice in the #digitaldamage arena, because it’s the right thing to do and . Tracy challenges small thinking and talks out loud about issues people want to keep hidden.