The Purple Dash

Self-Worth and Dream Life Coach


The Purple Dash

Self-Worth and Dream Life Coach

My name is Alycia Caroline I'm a Self-Worth and Dream Life Coach.  I'm dedicated to helping women 25+ understand self-worth or self-value is dependent on only one thing - THEMSELVES.  In discovering and growing your belief in your self-worth this will help you to fearlessly live the life of your dreams!

A few years ago I was lost, insecure, and I didn't even know what would make me happy.  There was no spark.  I had to make a change.  I decided to be honest with what I wanted my life to be like.

I wanted to love myself.  I wanted to feel joy everyday.  I wanted my self-worth to be higher.  The problem was I didn't know how to go about creating these changes in my life.

Does this resonate with you?

Through my journey I learned how to change my outlook on my self-worth, discover the real me, be comfortable in my own skin, and in doing so I have found my joy.  Now as a Self-Worth and Dream Life Coach I can help you uncover the real you, increase your self-worth, and start living your dream life! 

Where does the name The Purple Dash come from?

Purple is the color for Power, Ambition, Magic, and Royalty

One day as I left a funeral I was looking at a tombstone that had the dates of the deceased persons life.  I realized that the - (dash) between the two dates was that persons life story.  The dates were just an event but who they are as a person can be found in the dash, their life story.


I remember when I realized how much I didn't like myself.  I felt completely worthless and unlovable.  Why would anyone want to spend time with me when I didn't even want to spend time with myself?

Extreme?!  Absolutely - but when you are feeling lost its easy for the negativity starts spiraling you down a hole.

One day I discovered Ted X video of Eva DeVirgilis a makeup artist talking about the self perspective of beauty.  Eva spoke about when women sit in her makeup chair they apologize for something weight, acne, wrinkles, nose size, etc.  Everyone measures themselves to the idyllic beauty that society shows us.  Eva explains in her video that the people who don't apologize for something when sitting in her makeup chair are just happy to be alive due to illness or old age.  At the end of the video Eva asks what it will take to accept and own our beauty. 

The video really spoke to me and I shared it with some coworkers.  It wasn't until a coworker told me it was a nice theory but she would never look in the mirror and see anything that her flaws that something clicked.  If you can't look in the mirror and see what is good would anyone be able to see your goodness?

Alone in my room I scoured the internet for articles, videos, books.  It was overwhelming but I found my way.  I learned what my value was only bound by the limitations I gave it.  I discovered what I want from my life.

Do you:

  • Avoid doing things for fear of what others will think
  • Not try things because you are afraid of failing
  • Do your thoughts go negative when you are alone with your thoughts
  • Are you settling for an okay life and think dream life is only for "other" people
  • Want to increase your self-worth
  • Want to love yourself
  • Want to live a life of dreams

You have come to the right place, you won't have to go through it alone!  I have a 90 Day One on One Coaching Program where I will be there with you as your personal Self-Worth and Dream Life Coach.

Together we will:

  • Discover clarity in who you are today and who you are destined to be tomorrow
  • Uncover patterns of self sabotage and how to break through the pattern
  • Learn the art of gratefulness to allow perspective into the life you have each day
  • Understand how to be as kind to yourself as you are to your best friend
  • Reveal the courage to step out as your genuine self

Welcome to The Purple Dash where you won't have to be alone in making YOUR dash the one you dream of!

Sometimes the smallest step in the right direction ends up being the biggest step of your life. Tip toe if you must, but take the step.
— Naeem Callaway