Tiffany Moore is like an Everlasting Gobstopper. Yeah, the Wonka candy.
When you first taste her she’s sweet, full of light, and love, like cotton candy. But you keep on tasting and then comes the sass, the wham-bam wit and the curse words (oh my!). Next you discover that she’s full of wisdom and life smarts (key coaching qualities). She’s a multi-course meal and delicious wow. And like the Everlasting Gobstopper, there’s always a new surprise that leaves you wanting more.
I’ve known Tiffany for several years and it’s been so fun to watch her come into her own as a life coach. Today is her debutante ball…her introduction into society…her new website has launched, her services are upgraded and polished, and her special Gobstopper-brand of wisdom, shared on her blog, is at it’s best.
If you’re in the market for a coach (other than you know who )…make sure Tiffany is on your radar. She’s one of a kind and oh-so-good at what she does. One thing she’s known for is asking big questions…like…BIG questions. And it’s because she does this in her own life that shes lived her way into being one of the most wonderful well-fed women I know.
Tiffany, what are you TRULY hungry for?
Space, quiet, time to create.
It’s about accountability – what I’m truly hungry for is to be accountable to myself first, taking care of my own things before everyone else’s. This is something I’ve been working towards in the last few months. How do I unapologetically (that’s the key!) put myself first and make sure that I’m honoring what I really need in this life?
What’s a craving that you previously denied that you now happily satisfy? How has this impacted you?
I have started being at peace with my instinct and what I really want, learning to tell the difference between what is right for my life and what is simply a good idea. I’m letting go of trying to make myself feel a certain way or get behind a specific idea when I know that it just isn’t right for me. Not being right for me is a good enough reason not to do something.
I’m consistently asking myself how do I own my truths – the things I know in my soul – even if they might not lead to the most popular answer? The key to my best life doesn’t involve winning a popularity contest. This has created some challenges for me in the immediate – people don’t like it when you buck the system! – but I know that it will ultimately do nothing but serve me.
What are you a conduit for? What comes through with ease, meaning, and spark?
Joy. Enthusiasm. Humor. Love. When I was younger, I used to be self-conscious about my smile and my good cheer. I was always “that happy girl.” Now I realize that it is one of the most amazing things about me – this is my spark. You can be happy and fierce all at the same time – they don’t cancel each other out.
Favorite bite in recent memory?
Can I say a sip? I had a delicious glass of champagne just last night at a friend’s housewarming party, surrounded by amazing people. It’s really all about the people.
This is the last week to get the earlybird special price for the Hunger Stories workshop I’m leading with Laurie Wagner on September 23rd.
You do not want to miss this day-long retreat of community, questions, quiet, conversation, and of course…food.
Laurie and I made you a little video (below) of our thoughts about the day. Hope you enjoy and that you join us!