My greatest joy comes from sharing what I know and what I have in a way that blesses the lives of others. I created the School for Good Living to empower you to make your life a masterpiece. In these five podcasts, I introduce you to the core of the School for Good Living.
Sitting in a sound booth, I have no idea where this podcast goes, who receives it, or what impact it might have. I might not know you, I might’ve met you before, or you might be my best friend. I want to build this relationship a little further by sharing with you a little bit about me and about the School for Good Living – what it is, why it exists, and what it could do for you.
There is this idea that any one of us is so much more than anything we could possibly use to describe ourselves, including our name. In this podcast, I open up about my own struggles with identity and how a sweat lodge experience in New Mexico helped me clarify the constant questions – Who am I? What do I want? Why am I here?
We all have gifts and talents, but how can you share that with others in a way that’s ultimately fulfilling? At one point in my life I wanted to write and see produced my own screenplay. I traveled far down that path and in this episode I share when I realized my desire to improve people’s lives, inspire them, and have fun in the process: through coaching – my entrepreneurial pivot.
As a coach I have seen (I’ve seen in my own life as well), that all human behavior is a series of patterns. Maybe today is an opportunity to really look at that and consciously map out what your ideal day would look like. If there was a single day that you could live, day in and day out, what kind of day would it be?
What does it mean to be authentic? What does it mean to feel comfortable in your own skin and how can we do it? One of the questions that I like to ask people that I work with when I coach is who’s the most authentic person you know and what about them makes you think they’re authentic?
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