Through the LifePlan™process, Laura Brasov affirmed who she is: An Intentional Creator who enjoys designing purposeful experiences An Empowering Developer who cultivates opportunities towards growth and freedom An Authentic Relator who is driven by transparent depth and vulnerability A Strategic Connector who thrives when integrating people and ideas into greatness For the past 20 years, Laura has been creating consistent opportunities and experiences to “do life” with those around her either in formal settings (such as speaking to large audiences in the market place or leading small groups) or in more casual settings (such as organizing bunko groups or inviting others over for a cup of coffee or tea). Since 2009, Laura has facilitated over 400 Life Plans. Becoming a Master Facilitator and Trainer of the Tom Paterson LifePlanning Process is one way that Laura fulfills her creative best. In the same way, her hope for you is that you would also experience the joy of examining who you are so that you too can be fulfilled along your own unique journey of life. Laura attended the University of Southern California (Go Trojans!) where she received her B.A. in International Relations with a minor in Business. She spent a year working with college women in Lithuania with Campus Crusade for Christ before obtaining her M.A. in Theology from Talbot Seminary and being married to Adiel, a zany and adventurous Romanian. The fact that they've been married 20+ years is a testimony to both her tenacity and humor - not to mention her good taste, according to her husband! In her former life, Laura was successfully involved in corporate management and sales for over 12 years. She left that work place as the #1 global sales rep at a Fortune 500 company to focus on raising their three sweet, and sometimes crazy, boys. Laura and her family make their home in glorious Colorado where she enjoys sweet friendships, a wonderful community, and incredible mountain views every day. In fact, the only things that could possibly drag her away from being with people or being in the mountains would be the prospect of a family nerf gun battle (boys against girls are her favorite!), beating women half her age in volleyball, or enjoying a hot cup of coffee (preferably with some good dark chocolate).