Sandy is more than a coach, she’s a friend. Her listening ear, caring guidance, and honest approach is hard to put into words. She’s a mentor who’s lived through pain, been there, and here to help us all come through to the other side from trauma to triumph. I’m blessed to know Sandy and have her in my circle of people I can trust. If you’re on the fence, take the leap of faith because Sandy will be there to catch and lift you up until your life is everything you want it to be!
Pain,…….It is hard, Hard to forget, Intolerable!
So much that you start to feel nothing.
Yes, it is real, But so is hope.
There are times when everything seems dark, keeping up with everything gets tough but remember you are stronger than you think you are. It’s your choice to give up or keep looking for joy.
Hi, I am Sandy Rocourt, A Performance Speaker, Personal Development Coach, and soon to be an author. During my travels, people often come up to me and tell me their life stories; they tell me how they feel, hopelessness, and worthlessness is all they feel.
I can relate to all that, Pain, Hopelessness, Loss, and Grief… I know it; I have also felt it.
Allow me to share my own story with you,
Within a time span of 14 months, I lost my mother to pancreatic cancer, my sister died of breast cancer, months later, I also lost my father; it was horrible, I was alone, I felt so much pain that I cannot even describe it.
In that Grief, I unraveled something; I found the light inside my pain.
One day when I was missing my sister so much while going through her old stuff, I came across her collection of books about self-development; hence, my journey to discover my inner self starts.
After that, I never looked back, took charge of my own life, became a graduate of the acclaimed Robbins-Madaness life coach training program, and dedicated my life to helping others overcome their hardships and live a purposeful life.
If I can do it, You can do it too.
I understand it’s hard, but it’s never going to be easy; it’s all about believing, believing in yourself, believing in something greater than yourself.
There is no shame in counseling and seeking help; everybody needs help at some point in their life. Look at me. I was at the same place where you’re now, but I am living a meaningful and joyful life with the right counseling and help. You can also do it.
Sandy Rocourt will help you find the meaning of your existence; it is time to embrace your potential and find your resilience.