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Kim Vuz

I’m Coach Kimberly AKA The Fear Slayer. I am a Personal Development Life Coach, Hypnosis Counselor and Emotional Freedom Technique Practitioner.

My specialty is helping entrepreneurial moms slay fear, overwhelm and self-destructive behaviors, while boosting self-confidence, focus and motivation so they can take back their power.

This powerhouse combination of working on the subconscious, conscious and energetic levels is the key to being free to create exactly what you desire.

I am honest, insightful and loyal (I’ll be your biggest cheerleader). I have a warped sense of humor that I am quite proud of. I find humor in everything.

I am a NJ girl raised by mid-westerners. I like to say I am a NJ girl with a mid-western heart. So you get the best of both worlds. That would be brutal honesty with love, humor, the very best of intentions, down to earth and logical solutions with a big dollop of hope, belief, trust, faith, encouragement and of course the Law of Attraction, because who doesn’t love that? Amiright?

My favorite thing to say is, 'I’m gonna tell ya somethin' (insert Jersey accent, which I don’t think is that heavy but my husband disagrees.) And you best listen up, because it is straight from the heart, honest to goodness, down to earth stuff with no BS or fluff (which I detest BTW).

During our sessions there will be crying, laughing, enlightenment, releasing, support, love, self-confidence building and an overall knowing that “Hell yeah, I can totally do this’.

After each session you will feel lighter, brighter, hopeful, excited, encouraged, supported, loved, free and ready to do what it takes to create what you need to be fulfilled.

All you need to do is reach out to me. I am here for you. We can do this together and it will be an unforgettable, life-changing experience.

I conduct online sessions, so as long as you have an internet connection, we can work together.

Kimberly Vuz
PO Box 120
Oakland, NJ 07436


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