“Make no mistake: when we ask for better lives, we are calling the whirlwind.”
~ Martha Beck
Is something calling you to step beyond your comfort zone—like becoming a life coach—and it leaves you feeling vulnerably off center?
Have you embarked to improve a part of your life and, instead, feel you’ve been delivered chaos, stress, and pain?
Does it feel like the world has gone a little crazy out there?
You’re not alone. (Actually, you’re in really great company!) Martha recently wrote about the periods of intense disturbance we go through, prior to deep and lasting personal growth, calling it the “Storm Before The Calm” phenomenon.
And the response, from those in the midst of their own Storm was incredible! Which is why this month we’re talking all about real-life survival skills that can help you—and those you know—weather even the most unmerciful, relentless storm.
You’re invited to join Master Coach Jennifer Voss as she guides you through a simple self-coaching technique to not only weather the storm, but find the calm center until it blows over. Jennifer has navigated several of her own storms over her lifetime and (while sporting the weathered and windblown look) she can honestly say a calm center, a growing edge, a thrilling adventure, and/or a fulfilled longing can be found in each and every one.
After a “Storm Weathering” tool demonstration (you’ll want to use and share!), Jennifer answers questions on how to drastically reduce the flying shrapnel that threatens your ability to move toward a place of inner peace and the change you ultimately seek.
You’ll gain a clear understanding of how to be the calm place where you and others, if you long to become a coach, can find refuge.
About Jennifer Voss
Life Coach Training Instructor & Master Coach Training Coordinator
I’m a Master Life & Equus Coach, but I like to call myself a Dream Facilitator. My mission is to help people find their Truth and harness the Faith to fully Experience living it as they bring their dreams to life. I believe that when we know, embrace, and live by our own Truth, life becomes one hell of a ride.