Jenna Galbut | Redefining Success & The Science of Achievement | Anthony Trucks Jenna Galbut | Redefining Success & The Science of Achievement | Anthony Trucks
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Jenna Galbut | Redefining Success & The Science of Achievement

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Jenna is a transformational guide, inspirational writer, spiritual life coach, passionate entrepreneur, and motivational speaker.

Jenna motivates people to get past fear and live in the light of love. She inspires people to bring their best selves into our shared world. As she teaches people how to live their ultimate fulfilled life, Jenna helps them heal from the past, find love for themselves in the present, and empower themselves for the future.

She has traveled to over 30 countries. Is a Cornell University graduate. Studied with some of the leading spiritual and personal development teachers of our age. She has undergone both yoga and life coach training. She backpacked South America alone indulging in the deep native roots of transformation amongst the indigenous shamans of the amazon jungle. She has integrated into her coaching many mystic teachings from the east and the west. Jenna’s education, client experience, and personal story make her a well-rounded healer and teacher.

While her education and qualifications make her credible, what’s most notable is her own life experience. She has been through the storm and brought herself out of it. As a child she was diagnosed with Depression disorder, Anxiety, ADD, ADHD, OCD, and Dyslexia. She was told while growing up that she wouldn’t experience happiness without medication. She also healed herself from trauma, sexual assault, eating disorders, and suicidality. She has journeyed through the darkest corners of her soul to find the light that was there all along and now, at 25, she ignites and illuminates the path for her fellow human beings.

She dreams of a world where there is no suffering. A world where we are all free to live and be our best selves. All of her work is dedicated to this goal.

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