One of the most important results students receive from my EMPATH*ology™ course is a release of nervous system imbalance and April is one of those students.
That release started in a way she was not expecting, starting with radical changes in the most important relationships in her life and her relationship with sleep.
Listen in to my life-changing conversations with April Bock about how your intuition is directing you, trusting your inner voice, and the surprising results that can happen in your life when you learn to support your highly sensitive nervous system through the work that we offer in EMPATH*ology™.
Topics Covered with April Bock
- The point in her life where April started her conversation with Lola
- How EMPATH*ology™ helped April to get rest
- April’s recollection on her struggle with not being able to sleep
- How painful when we’re not able to sleep and rest
- Why empaths struggle with self-accountability
- What April and her daughter’s relationship looks like
- Why do we have fear of success
- The moment April’s coach confronted her that she has that fear of success
- April explains her situation of giving up something in her career
- Why April does not want to have regrets in her life when her time comes
- Where April would like her life to be
- Finding deep satisfaction with who were being versus what we’re doing or achieving
About April Bock
April Bock is a Certified Coach who spent her life hiding who she really was. Through her journey of self-acceptance, she decided it was time to break free from what held her back, embrace who she was and become the woman she was always meant to be. It was in this journey that she decided to pursue the coaching avenue. She wants to help others reach goals, break boundaries and re-design their life to capture what matters most.
She is also the co-founder of Harmony on the Homefront, an organization that equips women to engage in their communities while raising awareness of the distinct needs of the first-responder and military family. Women are encouraged to contribute to wholeness among families by engaging in physical, mental and spiritual activities designed to “give back” and promote personal growth.