When did I know I wanted to be a Life Coach?

Standing in line at my junior high cafeteria, I was acting sad and that I was out of place. This is because I felt “all the popular girls were so lucky!” A popular girl behind me who heard me in a conversation about this said “What are you crying about your a good athlete and you have skills that those girls don’t have....”. I got out of line and from that day forward I never felt sorry for myself again; but I also concentrated on getting to know all my classmates not just those in sports, the band or clubs I was in. I think I was very good, after that not judging anyone! I’m human of course and made mistakes at times. To this day, I pride myself in perfecting this attribute of not being the judge of a person. As my Mom use to say whenever she would hear people talk about others: “Who died and made you God!”