About Bonnie Earl
“Be the change you want to see in the world.”
~ Mahatma Gandhi
My name is Bonnie Earl, and I was once very much where you are now. I spent 35 years working as a teacher, counsellor, elementary and secondary school principal in the Canadian public school system. After the death of my husband to ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease), I felt I needed to get a life. I didn’t have a life outside of work. I was Principal of a school, now single mom, also caring for my husband’s elderly mom, doing my masters, and building a women’s wellness centre for good measure. Rather than dealing with the emotion, I just worked harder to the point of exhaustion.
In 2005, I made one of the most difficult but best decisions of my life. I took an early retirement from a fulfilling career in education to follow my passion of empowering women to thrive even and especially in times of change.
I knew I had two choices, continue doing what I was doing, or strike off in a new direction.
I had a very amazing woman come into my life, and coach me through this transition. I learned to understand WHY this had happened to me, and how to create balance in my life. I learned about coaching, the power of women supporting other women, and I learned about the Art of Feminine Presence, a work that has allowed me to centre into myself. I also learned how to find my own inner radiance, and how to attract the respect, and attention that I once worked so HARD to achieve through other means.
This work has been so powerful for me that I had to start sharing it, and now, I am so honoured as time and time again, I get to watch this work create amazing results in the lives of my clients.
If you’re reading this, I know you understand the pains of being a woman keeping it ALL together in an ever-changing and challenging world. I invite you to consider how you would benefit from this work.
I am deeply grateful to share the journey of life with so many amazing women and would be honored to be part of your team as a catalyst for positive change!