From: Katie McIntosh
Date: July 23, 2018
I consider myself lucky to have known Dana Palmer for the past 14 years. In that time I have not only experienced it for myself, but have seen what her gift can do to change the lives of others.
Over the past few months, she has been “Coaching” me – although I like to add the the words “Mentoring” “Inspiring” “Guiding” “Teaching” or “Reminding” me.
I have been married for almost fourteen years, and have three amazing children ages 12, 11 and 9 and am at a point in my life where I felt caught up in the thick of thin things. I had let things that shouldn’t matter, take over. I was letting the thoughts and actions of others control me. I felt lost. I had given other people the power to hurt me. I didn’t know who I was anymore. It was an overwhelming and awful feeling.
My sessions with Dana, utilizing the Thought Model, have helped me re prioritize and re focus my life. Some changes have been simple and small, and some are huge. Dana reminded me that I have to believe in myself. That making myself a priority is not wrong or selfish. That I was built to handle hard things and that happiness, true happiness, is possible.
I have the power to change my path at any time. And that was the best lesson of all. I cannot recommend Dana enough. I will be forever grateful for her role in changing my life.
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