Today’s Celestial SpotLight features Yas Sharif Dominguez from yaslifecoach.com.
Yas Sharif Dominguez
What is your profession?
Life Coach/Motivational Speaker
Who are your ideal clients? Who do you heal or help?
An individual of the LGBT community that needs to find their true self and not sabotaging themselves.
How do you help people?
By listening to their needs, and collaborating with conversations and practical daily habits that lead to an awareness of their individual true identity by stopping the self sabotage on their life. Sabotaging love relationships and their own personal health.
What is your typical day like?
A day in my life starts with waking up at 8 in the morning have breakfast with my spouse, take my dog out for a walk, start work or start listening to some audiobooks that make me be more aware of things in my life that I want to attract. After that I try to write down what are my main priorities for the day. I love networking and Austin, Texas is a nice place to go to all sort of networking and fun events. After, I prepare lunch, or do some shopping required. I try to exercise every evening when possible. If not a good evening walk with my dog is good enough. I hang out with my best friend when he is free. Then share rest of my evening with my spouse and have dinner together and go to bed.
What makes your job so much fun?
I get to interact with people a lot! I am a very social person and this is an important fact to me. If I get to be helpful in that interaction is even better. I love to talk about personal development and motivating others to find their true self and purpose and to do good in the world.
What is your favorite quote?
Dream your life as long as you live, do not lessen your time of following desire cause that is an abomination for the spirit.
I loved this quote since I was a teenager!
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