A life coach empowers so you make, meet and exceed goals in both your personal and professional lives.
Close the gap between where you are now and where you want to be. Breakthrough and challenge yourself to think bigger.
Live with Intended Purpose & Happiness through a personalized plan that leads to your success.
About MeAllie Hudson grew up in LaGrange, Ohio, and attended Moody Bible Institute, studying education. In 1991, she married Larry Sellers, who passed away of a heart attack in May 2009. She then remarried Michael Hudson in 2010, who passed away of cancer just three years later. In January 2012, Allie lost her corporate job of 20 years because of downsizing in the newspaper business. Throughout this five-year period of three major losses, the only way she survived was to focus on God and trust He had a plan for her life. After struggling to maintain a daily consistent practice of growth and gratitude, she began a 40-day challenge to practice gratitude and personal growth. This journey taught her the need to help other people develop a daily practice of thankfulness and to share The Mindset Accountability Journal with the world.
“I can say that Allie is one of those people whom I trusted from the very beginning. It was extremely easy to see and understand that she was an excellent listener and had wisdom in the words she spoke; so much so I wondered several times how in the world she knew what to say to address the situation I was describing.”
“I wasn’t sure this was the business for me, but at the time, I had small children and needed the income. Allie was always there for me to offer words of support, wisdom, encouragement and mostly friendship. She helped me get through some trying times in our business where workloads were doubled and we were losing co-workers due to downsizing and market changes.”
“I admire Alice because she has turned her personal tragedies into priceless experiences that she has learned and grown from. Now she uses that to help others experiencing some of the same painful things that she’s experienced. The best part is her learning hasn’t stopped, she is constantly educating herself to better her craft…”