Aimee Reese, PACE

Writer, Small Business Owner, and Consultant in Kentucky

Aimee Reese, PACE

Writer, Small Business Owner, and Consultant in Kentucky

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Who is Aimee?

Aimee has been using the concept of the Red and Green Platform for over 10 years. She takes a negative situation and shows how to turn it into a positive situation.

As a seasoned C-Level Administrative Professional she saw the need to help other administrative professionals learn to use the Red and Green Platform concept in their day to day to be more productive and to help them deal with the day to day stresses that come with being an assistant.

She started to learn as much as she could about how a persons personality type dictates and drives the decisions they make. She has studied the Enneagram to learn about the nine different personality types and is currently working on an Enneagram Certification with Helen Palmer, MA / Marlene Cresci-Cohen, PhD Training Program, Enneagram Teachers in the Narrative Tradition.

Aimee has taken what she had learned from her mentor Declan Coyle, on living on the green platform and taken it a step further to now be working on a certification as a Life, Wellness and Relationship Coach. She currently is attending the Coach Training Alliance to receive her certification.

Her passion to help others live a fulfilled life by being on the green platform comes from her own experience of being diagnosed with a chronic illness.

My Story:

Using a Life Changing Diagnosis as a Catalyst for Change

In 2009 I decided that I needed to get a bit healthier and lose a bit of extra pounds. I started to exercise and change my eating. I accomplished my goal, so I set my next goal which was to run a mini-marathon. I started training for that.

In January of 2010 I was losing weight, more than I needed to lose. I got to a very unhealthy weight of 120 lbs. which is way below where I should be for my height and body type. I started to have pain all over my body, I could not sleep, I was having digestive issues and chronic headaches.

I went to my doctor and she could not find anything wrong with me. I was so discouraged as I would spend the next year going back and forth with my doctor who kept giving me antibiotics or more blood work only to find nothing wrong. She made me feel like it was all in my head. My family even made me feel like it was all in my head. I knew something was wrong. I was not crazy.

I finally got into a doctor who actually took the time to listen to me. He spent over an hour with me asking me various questions, he kept digging for more and more i

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