© 2018 by Regina Fasold, Professional Certified Coach


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Regina Fasold

MBA, Practical Psychologist, PCC

Certified Life- & Transition Coach

Certified Executive - & Career Coach

Certified Functional Medicine Health Coach

Autogenic Deep Relaxation, Reiki Master


325 S. McGee Ave, Suite 110

Apopka, FL 32703​

Office: 321-221-1106

Schedule a Free Consultation Today!​

Do you believe you can have a fulfilling life?


How would your fulfilling life look like? Fulfillment comes in many ways, shapes and forms. It is something very personal, and we all experience it differently. Fulfillment is constantly changing according to different life situations and circumstances, and there is no golden rule how to create long lasting fulfillment in all areas of our lives. Fulfillment is a fluctuating thing that we can't just hold on to once we have it.

In over 12 years of guiding coaching clients to more satisfying lives I observed that every single client – regardless of race, creed, believe or social and financial status - is longing for some sort of fulfillment, YET only very few people believe that it can be found! 


Most people consider fulfillment as something vague, as a word for a desirable state of being, but rarely as something that can be created and integrated into all areas of their lives. I typically hear comments like: "life is unpredictable", or "life isn't fair", or "I always had to work hard for everything", and " I am born on the wrong side of the tracks and there is no magic wand to change that.

I full-heartedly agree that life is tough, and that there is no magic wand to make it easier, but I also believe that "where there is a will, there is a way!". With unwavering commitment, the right plan, and some rather simple transformational techniques it is possible to move towards a fulfilling life! The possibility of fulfillment is available to everybody, and I'd be happy to get on a free call with you to discuss your situation. 






Fulfillment is often confused with feeling good or having everything we want. All these conditions may indeed coexist, but they need not. In a state of fulfillment there is a sense of effortlessness, of harmony and congruence with the great laws of the universe. Fulfillment can exist when life is difficult, challenging and uncomfortable. Some people will say -  the times when they felt most fulfilled were times when they had the least, and when life was a struggle! Fulfillment is not about having everything, and it is not about feeling good all the time.


Sometimes difficult times can give us a clearer picture of who and what is truly valuable. People who have gone through troubled times will agree that it is possible to have both, a sense of inner peace and outer struggle at the same time. The lesson here is that life can be fulfilling even though there is struggle. Change is uncomfortable and struggle may be a sign of being a work in progress moving toward fulfillment! 


Fulfillment is about the dialog we have with ourselves. It is about listening inwards and being fully alive. Fulfillment is a state of being; the full expression of who we are at our core. We all have a sense of that feeling and describe it sometimes as wholeness, being present, a sense of rightness, happiness and harmony. Fulfillment is an experience of being complete, and sometimes we have to let go of old definitions, habits, things and people, to establish a new sense of being! So let’s begin creating more fulfilling lives for ourselves and our loved ones. 

Life Coachig