Nanci was blessed from an early age with vision and the power to manifest her dreams. Growing up, her earliest inspiration came from a children's book: Harold and the Purple Crayon. Like Harold, Nanci could create a world of her own simply by drawing it into being. Growing up in an abusive, alcoholic, and drug addicted family, Nanci favored fantasy over reality and chose to retreat into a world of art. At age 9, she had a repetitive dream in which she crossed over a stone footbridge to find herself in other worlds. From this dream, she discovered she could use her imagination to shape and manifest the reality of her dreams. Over the years, she has brought to life many of her hopes and dreams of travel, education, having a child, buying a home, and building a successful business. In her coaching method Nanci coaches you on a journey to achieve your dreams and live into them. With credibility and vulnerability, Nanci shares her own journey. For example, when Nanci was told in her mid-thirties she could not have children, she did not give up on her dream of being a mother. Like Harold with his magic crayon, Nanci created a pictorial journal entry of herself, holding a blue baby carrier, at an art opening of her illustrations. A few months after giving birth, Nanci had a solo art show. She was wearing a blue snuggly at the opening with her healthy baby boy close to her heart. She showed her journal entry to her husband when they returned home and he was awestruck. The photo shown here is of Nanci with her now 22 year old son, Lucas on a Helohike atop the Fox Glacier in New Zealand.
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