According to James Clear, the author of Atomic Habits:

“People get so caught up in the fact that they have limits that they rarely exert the effort required to get close to them.”

Getting close to our limits and what challenges us is hard. It is often something that we ignore by taking the easier path. In a world full of distractions, constant judgment, and a “productivity = worth” mindset, no wonder we don’t want to accept limitations or go anywhere near them. 

The problem is that by pretending they don’t exist or “pushing through,” we are ignoring a part of who we are. We are putting guardrails around what our future could look like because of our avoidance of the discomfort.

Unlimited with Exceptions was created by two people who are far from the definition of “unlimited.” Chronic pain, fatigue, rare diseases, past trauma, grief, mobility issues; the list goes on. “Normal” is not a word used to describe us, and no day is like the next. It’s a bit like wondering what toy you will find in the cereal box.

So why did we name it “Unlimited with Exceptions?”

….because Daring Greatly was taken. 

And because in a world full of pain and hesitation, we wanted to reframe the word “Limited” in a way that said, “I may not be perfect and I have a lot of quirks, but I am unlimited in my ability to move forward with the circumstances I have been given.”

We all have limitations – big, small, visible, invisible. Show me a life without limitations of some kind and I will show you a perfect human; they simply do not exist. If we let them, our limitations can rule our lives. Even the word limitation or the idea of it has been shown to affect a person’s outlook on life.

From the great mindfulness teacher Jon Kabat-Zinn:

“We all have limitations. They are worth befriending. They teach us a lot. They can show us what we most need to pay attention to and honor.”

Through our health and well-being process, we will focus on how to work with our limitations instead of against them.

We know that the process is hard – believe me, we struggle with it daily. That’s why we want to partner with you to embrace the beauty in the areas that are challenging and to build a stronger future together. 

“When we deny the story, it defines us. When we own the story, we can write a brave new ending.”

Brene Brown

Duke Trained & Certified

Certified by one of the top schools for Health & Well Being Coaching.

Years of Professional Experience

10+ years Professional Experience working directly with and for the benefit of others.

Why Us?

Integrity Based

The core value honored and required for all decisions, next steps, and prospective projects.