A blog about the blog.
Updated: Feb 3
If you know me, you know how much I love setting intentions. And if you don’t know me, hey and welcome, beautiful human!! My name is Angie Gira, I’m an award-winning, certified life and mindset coach (annnd I love setting intentions).
They help us gain clarity, stay on the same page, and hold me accountable. So, it felt fitting to write a mini blog to explain the intentions I’ve set for future blogs.
My mission is to facilitate the path to a new and empowered consciousness.
A mission that holds true across all offerings. From coaching sessions, workshops, personal development tools, to this blog.
The concept for the blog is to share thought-proving topics and insights from the world of psychology, coaching, quantum physics, and neuroscience.
You can expect a mixture of theory, science, actionable steps, as well as my personal thoughts and beliefs.
There'll be times we agree and times we don't - either way, it’s okay, either way, it elicits a thought process that’ll help you get to know yourself better.
I’m not here to say I’m right or imply that I have it all figured out. The truth of the matter is I don’t believe anybody really does have it all figured out.
We simply try to do better than yesterday with new information, resources, tools, and the experiences we gain along the way.
My aim is to help facilitate that path and my invitation is that you take in and receive what resonates and leave the rest.
We have our known knowns, known unknowns, and unknown unknowns.
This is a quote by Donald Rumsfeld, a quote I absolutely love. If it’s new to you, I’d encourage you to read it one more time.
Day by day, I try to bridge the gap between the known knowns and the unknown unknowns.
In a sense, I believe that’s what the journey of self-discovery is all about.
Our journey is like a unique puzzle. The same puzzle piece that has no place in your picture, might be a perfect fit in someone else's.
The blogs to come won't be blueprints or hacks - honestly, I believe those tend to be overused terms that more often than not overpromise. That’s not what I’m about.
If you choose to work with me down the line, I want it to be because you truly feel we align. Not because I’m using your pain points against you.
To wrap it up, I hope this "blog about the blog" has given you a bit of insight into who I am, my style, and what to expect (and not expect) from me.
I’m informal and I may have typos from time to time but I can promise you that I speak from the heart and I’ll never step outside my scope of knowledge.
May it be insightful, thought-provoking, and most importantly, may it spark something within you that helps you on your journey.
Your support has always been one of my biggest drivers. So, if the work resonates with you in any way, please share.
With love and energy,