I know it’s been awhile since posted in this blog. As you may remember last year I went back to school in order to pursue a degree in Psychology. I’m on a time crunch to achieve my PhD and become a licensed Psychologist by the time my spouse is retired from the Navy. In order to do this my time and focus need to be on my schooling. This means over the last year I have slowly backed away from my coaching business. Recently I announced I have stopped coaching. Since my spouse moved to Connecticut on military orders I just couldn’t do it all. Even though the kids and I will be moving to Connecticut this summer he will be deploying in 2020 so I will be in the same situation.

Ever since getting a new mental health diagnosis of Bi Polar II on Valentine’s Day, and starting my new medication, I have had time to reevaluate what’s going on in my life. As much as I enjoy coaching it’s not going to help move me closer to my goal especially if I cannot maintain my GPA because of it. Where does leave us? I will still be hosting The Inspired Women Podcast, maintaining The Inspired Women Community Facebook group, doing my Facebook lives every Monday-Friday on my Facebook page, and of course speaking any chance I get. All of those are ways to connect with me and learn what I am learning along with what I already know. I am always willing to share my knowledge and I hope you will continue to stay connected with what I am doing.

Coaching over the last 2 1/2 years has been such a life changer for me. I grew more confident in myself, learned about business, created amazing connections, and was inspired to pursue new goals and dreams. I’ve outgrown it because I want to help women on an even deeper level than I do with coaching. Many women have experienced trauma or childhood programming that has held them back. I want to help them heal and overcome those things so they can be successful… whatever that means to them. Becoming a licensed Psychologist, I believe, is the way to achieving that dream. Plus I find what goes on in our minds fascinating.

I will continue to post in here on occasion. So I hope this doesn’t mean goodbye but I know for some of you it may. Thank you for allowing me to be part of this journey with you.


Megan Hall