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I’m Mo Faul and I founded this little corner of the Internet to help people bring the kick ass back to their work and life. We’ve got one chance. One life. How dare we make it anything but awesome?
I provide coaching and training to individuals and corporations on how to map out a mission that gives them goosebumps and then put it into play. Every day. Through my FREE Career Clarity Consult Calls, Career Breakthrough program, coaching intensives and speaking gigs, I help people take up permanent residence in their own greatness. Learn more.
“I didn’t realize how stuck and down I was. After Mo’s coaching and guidance I was able to land a new job and now my new boss loves me and I love my new work! Mo’s system works!”
A.B., Kick Ass Career Course Graduate
Breast Cancer Month always brings me back to my soul!
To the call I received from the doctor after a business lunch.
To telling my family I have breast cancer, and taking care of their feelings.
To the brutal way my breasts were handled and poked and prodded all along the way.
The final days of having breasts, the teary news to my team at work and the days in the ICU, passing out from low blood counts, nurses who were amazing and the beautiful care I received from one nurse, whose own sister shared my birthday and died of breast cancer.
There are memories of my breast cancer journey each morning,
Keeping your soul alive and thriving during hard times is what life is all about.
When life is flowing and easy, there is no growth.
We are here on this planet to grow and to have our growth be for other’s growth.
It’s all about that.
Every week I speak to women on my free career clarity calls and their souls are dim.
Souls dim from a 48 year old woman who lost her job and gave it her all. Now what?
Souls dim after being hospitalized for a nervous breakdown and thinking life was going to be a fight every step of the way. Her 3 kids aged 10-16 need her,
Bad News comes in all forms…..like…..
“The masses we biopsied are cancer.”
I was driving back to my office after a business lunch.
The September day was bright and sunny. I was still eager in my brand new job and this call from the doctor shook me deep.
All I could do was nod quietly and ask what is next.
This was the worst phone call ever.
The morning of this call my 16 year old Step Daughter was in a fender bender which totally her new (less than 2 weeks old, but used) car.
Bad news was this day’s theme.
I had to shake off the stun and the sting before I called my partner.