"People are equally afraid of success as they are of failure:" Millennial therapist Sara Kuburic 1 week ago

"People are equally afraid of success as they are of failure:" Millennial therapist Sara Kuburic

"Half the battle is just getting over that mental hurdle or mental obstacle of 'I don't deserve better' or 'I can't do better.'"

You can barely go a day without hearing the words 'life coach,' as many of them have quickly become a necessity in people's day to day lives.

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Life coaches come from an array of different career paths, but they all have one focus in mind: helping their clients find their purpose and pointing them in the direction of a more productive life.

Recently, we sat down with self-love expert The Millennial Therapist Sara Kuburic to chat about how she started off in her career, and how she became one of the most famous life coaches on Instagram with close to one million followers.

 

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Sara is Canadian with Balkan roots. She is also an identity, relationship, and moral trauma expert. Her aim is to help her clients and followers feel empowered, live freely and authentically, thrive in their relationships, experience healing and change, and uncover purpose in their lives.

"I feel like people are equally afraid of success as they are of failure," she says. "Half the battle is just getting over that mental hurdle or mental obstacle of 'I don't deserve better' or 'I can't do better.'"

Sarah calls herself The Millennial Therapist on Instagram but she says her page is for everyone. "My handle has become my name! I selected that name because I'm a millennial but it was more to represent the experiences I shared.

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"I lived as a nomad for years and I wanted people to understand that I didn't have a traditional practice."

 

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Sara says she didn't always know she wanted to be a life coach, but things started to fall into place after studying psych therapy. "There's so many ways to approach human experience and there's so many ways to help and I didn't want to limit myself to purely doing psychotherapeutic work."

Her page is full of inspiration and lots of advice for different every day life situations. And just like most of us, Sara says she's still learning. "Every single day," she says. "I think the day I stop learning I'll be dead," she jokes.

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Sara recently worked with The Body Shop for their new Self Love Movement, which was her first ever branded campaign. "For me it's really important that the things I do are meaningful," she says. "I loved the impact that they wanted to create, it was a message that I have personally experienced in my practice, that lack of self love and self esteem with women."

Head back over to Her.ie this May as we'll be celebrating more incredible women during Her's Career Month.