Gabriela Humailo, Founder and President of the non-profit I CHOOSE – I AM NOT A VICTIM, Best-Selling Author® and Mindset Coach, Writes About Success As A Habit.

Gabriela Humailo, Founder and President of the non-profit I CHOOSE – I AM NOT A VICTIM, Inspiring Mindset Coach and Best-Selling Author, writes about how the COVID-19 pandemic may have caused some men and women to forget about their dreams and encourages refocusing now.

ORLANDO, FL – October 28, 2020 – Gabriela Humailo, Founder and President of the non-profit, I CHOOSE – I AM NOT A VICTIM, and co-author of Think Big, with Brian Tracy, has posted a new article on her website entitled, “Success Isn’t A Goal – It’s A Habit.” Gabriela teaches the men and women who read her article how to establish the habit of success.

Gabriela writes, “As the COVID-19 pandemic drags on, many of you may have forgotten about the goals you established at the beginning of the year.” She adds, “A global pandemic and all of the restrictions associated with it can have that effect. But,” she continues, “as we are coming toward the end of this first year of a new decade, I invite you to turn your attention to the dreams and desires you were cultivating pre-pandemic.”

According to Gabriela, “No matter what is happening in the outer world, your inner world is a safe place that is not affected one way or another by external events. In fact,” she states, “that is the one place where anything you can imagine can happen. You can still dream of any dream. You can still imagine yourself being, doing, or having anything. And, in the external world, you can cultivate small habits that will take you to your dreams despite what is going on in the world around you.” Gabriela points out, “That’s because every single thing you see and experience in the outer world begins in your imagination.”

Gabriela states, “In your imagination you can choose never to be a victim. You are the only one who has complete control over how you imagine your life and all of its circumstances within the parameters of the civil rules and laws of the country in which you live.” She goes on to add that, “Unfortunately, most people misuse the imagination and dwell on things that “happen to them.” Too many people think about the past and interpret it in their imaginations instead of focusing on what they really desire.”

“A daily habit of imagining your dreams fulfilled” says Gabriela, “will draw you and your dreams together.” She goes on to say that, “If you feel like you are a victim of circumstances during this pandemic, I urge you to change your thoughts. I encourage you to revisit your dreams or establish new ones based on where you are at this very moment. Perhaps the dream you had at the beginning of the year no longer appeals or is no longer appropriate. If it is still viable in your heart, by all means, revisit it. If it is no longer something you desire, find something new that you do desire.”


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About Gabriela

Gabriela Humailo’s purpose is to help women and men who know the feeling of being a victim to change it with one of a victor, through the Power of Choosing. Gabriela shares with them how and what to choose to take control and redesign their life, how to think in order to live a free, happy, harmonious and fulfilled life, and how to become confident in themselves – for both them and those in their personal and professional life. She also shows you how to begin to (re)discover and (re)construct Your Identity and Values.

Gabriela practiced this way of living through I CHOOSE for more than 45 years, and her family and friends considered her a “rebel” because of this way of building and rebuilding her life, but this choice helped her go forward by smiling through life. This way of thinking gave her the confidence and the right attitude to build and rebuild herself into a happy person and have a free, successful, and fulfilled life, and also helped her to cross over the unhappy moments – inevitable in the journey through life.

Gabriela moved from Europe to the US and opened a non-profit company, I CHOOSE – I AM NOT A VICTIM, because she believes in The Power of Choosing WHO You Want To Be Or Become. Gabriela, as Founder and President, wants this company to become the legacy she began to build and knows that it will be a long journey, but she is dedicated to living the rest of her life for that.

Gabriela learned the “Life as a Volunteer” experience in 1990 from the ROTARY CLUB, Carmaux, France, where she was involved for two years as a translator for humanitarian actions in Romania. What members of the French Club did for those “unknown people” of her country marked her for life!

Gabriela lived and traveled in many countries in Europe, as well as in Nigeria, Africa, influencing the lives of those around her.

Gabriela graduated as a Licensed Economist in Finance, Bank, and Stock Market from Bogdan Voda University, Faculty of Economics Sciences, in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. She collaborated for 19 years with ING Life Insurance Romania SA, and 11 years with ING Bank N.V. Amsterdam, Bucharest Branch, as an Owner and Business Manager of an ING Bank Franchise – the first banking franchises from Romania.

During 26 years of entrepreneurial experience, she built six companies in different areas, all starting from nothing, then developed and sold them.

The multiple experiences of working with thousands of people, both employees and business clients, combined the personal skills of coaching, communication, and training of sales agents with the managerial and leadership skills, and formed her as an excellent motivator and inspirational leader, knowing that any business grows through the people that work for it.

Gabriela is certified in Life and Business Coaching, and also is a Coach, Trainer, and Speaker Certified by John C. Maxwell.

She is a Best-Selling Author with Brian Tracy in his new book, THINK BIG, and is a certified member of The National Association of Experts, Writers, and Speakers in the United States.

To connect with Gabriela:
• For Coaching Programs: [email protected]



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