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After graduating from college, I just knew that I was going to take the world by storm. I was going to impact lives, make tons of money, have an adoring family, and live the life my parents always dreamed for their child.
After 10 years of moving up the corporate ladder, I couldn’t figure out why I was always so restless. I felt ashamed to tell people that although I was making good money, owned my own home, taking fun vacations, and living it up, I felt like I was settling somehow. There was something “off” and I couldn’t put my finger on it. I still wasn’t happy with my life. I had a wonderful husband and two beautiful children, but my frustration with my life was causing a horrible strain on my ability to be the best wife and mother I could be. I decided to volunteer on the weekends and join mentor organizations to fill the gaps, but it still wasn’t enough.
I began to realize that I was meant for something greater. I was determined to figure out what that was. While having a heart to heart with family, I realized that I needed to marry my love of helping people with my career aspirations in order to be TRULY happy.
Being with my husband for over 17 years, I had dispensed quite a few nuggets of advice to friends and family about love, relationships, and commitment. It was completely natural for me to want to bring good people together in the hopes of finding and keeping love. It was in that “Aha!” moment that Eli Simone was born.
I started Eli Simone to help others who are successful professionally, but feel that they were missing something or someone in their lives to make it complete. I now challenge successful professionals to get back to basics on building a fulfilling life. My mission is to empower individuals to find and keep love by accessing their life’s purpose and vision, using it to create goals, and customizing a strategy to achieve them. I want to bring out the best in people so they can bring out the best in others. After all, that’s what life and love is all about, isn’t it?