Joann Lim

by Joann Lim
(Toronto, Canada)

BIG Picture. Fine Focus.


Connoisseurs of Life.

Big Picture. Fine Focus. is the brain child of internationally trained coach Joann Lim.

Joann works with her clients to establish the BIG PICTURE (their dream life/destination) and through coaching and “Let’s Make It Happen” sessions helps create FINE FOCUS (the road map) to achieving their dream.

Transforming frustrating into fascinating

Transforming “I wish…” to “I am…”

Transforming “I can’t” to “I can”

Transforming “someday” into “today”

Transforming our personal rocks into stepping stones

Transforming Passion into PASS-I-ON (legacy)

Transforming ME into MIH (Make It Happen)

Transforming I into ALIVE

Building the bridge between who you are and who you aspire to be

Transforming moments into memories

Transforming ordinary into extraordinary

Transforming Love into Life and Life into Love

Transforming strategy into everyday execution

Transforming houses into homes

Transforming believe into be-a-live

Transforming dreams into reality

Building the bridge between where you are and where you want to be.


Imagine.

You are on an island and in the distance is another island-an island with the life you want.

In your partnership with Joann, you will build a bridge from where you are to where you want to be; who you are to who you aspire to be, all while understanding the Big Picture and using Fine Focus.

BIG PICTURE. FINE FOCUS.

Choose your destination.

www.bigpicturefinefocus.com

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