What’s up everybody. My name is Delaney and my biggest driver in life is to live full out, and help others do the same.
What that looks like for me is constantly shifting, but as of now it means continuing to develop myself so that I can best serve others, living for adventure, having FUN & connecting deeply with others every single day.
I’m a certified life coach & yoga teacher. I live in a van & love nature. I’m super passionate about wellness & mental health. My coaching style is rooted in practicality – habits & routines – that is where we feel empowered. That is where the 1% shifts happen every single day.
My personal development journey began at the age of 23. I had lived a life of partying throughout high school & college, and it had caught up to me. I had an incredible corporate job, salary & lifestyle – but on the inside I was miserable. Something was missing and one day the pain was so strong that I knew I had to change.
Since that day, I’ve come to learn that we are so heavily conditioned by our surroundings (family, friends, culture, etc) in that we are trained on what we should ‘want’ from life.
This is sometimes well intentioned, sometimes very much not, but regardless – my personal belief is that we cannot achieve happiness & a state of significant wellbeing until we take our power back. Yes this sounds cliche, but what it really means is the practice of asking ourselves – “what is not 100% in alignment in my life?” or “where would I LOVE to be in 6 months to a year if there were no limitations?”. The answers to these questions light the path, then it’s all about learning to get over the fear, the doubt, the uncertainty that have kept us stuck and small for years.
The work is not easy, honestly it can be terrifying, but from my perspective it is the most important work one can ever do. I’m sure as hell not perfect, but if I can go from hyper-anxious alcoholic fratboy to curating my own lifestyle of wellbeing & success on my own terms – you can create your own reality of success as well. My hope is that you are willing to feel the fear, and still take the leap. Hope to see you on the inside.