About

“it’s not who you are that holds you back, it’s who you think you are not.”

–Basquiat

Hey! I’m Tracy Konane

Growing up in the 80’s and 90’s in a small-town in the middle of Oahu, Hawaii, was a simplistic yet enthralling time.

I watched Selena Kyle turn herself into a badass Catwoman,  while Japanese students morphed into magical evil-fighting Sailor Scouts, and Jem and the Holograms took center stage as their alter-egos  (where my love for colorful-hair began!).

And that’s just to name a few of the dazzling examples of transformational magic that I was entrenched with.

This all spoke very loudly to my little sheltered soul: You CAN become whoever you want to be, to do what you need to do!

And so I did!

Slowly.

Over time.

With so many mistakes, struggles, and dark nights of the soul.

But I’ve come a long way.  Through social anxiety and low self-worth, through abusive and dependent relationships, through anger and being out-of-control, through awful diet and health issues, through drinking myself to sleep for years, through all the “shoulds” and societal expectations, and through long periods of feeling utterly lost.

I have a Bachelor’s in Philosophy, a Master’s in Information Science, and I am a 2014 graduate of Brooke Castillo’s Life Coach School.

But the most important credential I have is that helping people transform themselves is my truest and most intimate mission in life.  I live and breathe it.

The human ability to keep re-creating who you are, is my deepest belief, and my most prevalent passion.

And I’m doing it hardcore every single day.  With myself and others.

And I’m loving every moment of it.

 

Constantly re-creating who you are, is the stuff that dreams are made out of

 

 

4 thoughts on “About

  1. G. Moua says:

    Hi! I stumbled upon your blog, The Monk Life, and I love it. I have a blog, theglimmery.com, that aims to capture hopes and dreams and happiness. I was wondering if you don’t mind me quoting from your blog; I will link back. And also, what is your background in being a life-monk? You can e-mail me privately if you’d like at gaolimoua@yahoo.com. I did try to e-mail you but it came back bad.

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