Just a couple of weeks ago I shared with you that I had rearranged my office (finding the dead frog). Now besides discovering things in my life I needed to dispose of, I am also experiencing a brand new perspective on life. The interesting things is that all the items in my office are exactly … More Rearranging YOU
Hey Outside of Ordinary followers! I’m thrilled to announce my Life Coaching business is up and running. I have a new site I would love for you to follow on Facebook: Take My Hand Coaching My life coaching blogs that I’ve shared will be posted there from now on. And many other current and relatable … More Take My Hand
An important discovery when Life Coaching a client to find their purpose is unearthing blockades. Those are barriers that keep us from living fully, loving deeply, trusting others, being authentic, and serve outside ourselves. Blockades can be motives we use positively and negatively. It can be fears that stop us in our tracks or unresolved … More Lights, Camera, Action!
My last blog relayed general information and biblical description of Spiritual Gifts. If you haven’t read that first, you might take a moment and review Gifted, Part One. As a Life Purpose Coach, it is important to help a client determine what gifts the Holy Spirit has purposely given to them. It may not be … More Gifted, Part Two
“Spiritual gifts are those strengths given by the Holy Spirit to be specifically used in building the kingdom of God”, explains Dr. Katie Brazelton, founder of Life Purpose Coaching Centers International, about today’s topic. In 1 Corinthians 12:4-7, we learn “Now there are varieties of gifts, but the same Spirit; and there are varieties of … More Gifted, Part One
I didn’t realize my learned skills in school, parenting and jobs would prepare me for God’s purpose of my life. My number one spiritual gift is Administration. (We will explore Spiritual Gifts next week) It should be no surprise that I am detailed, organized and efficient. I can plan a reunion, organize a successful fundraiser, … More I Got Skills
It’s been said something becomes habit when repeated 21 days. I began walking routinely this past June. It’s amazing how this dreaded activity is now quite enjoyable. I don’t want to break this habit once I reach a fitness goal! I need to be ready when those thoughts creep into my head. “You don’t need … More I Have a Habit
What I value today doesn’t resemble what I valued in my 20’s when I began adulting! I valued earning money, having stuff and my appearance. I believed how I looked was why people could approach me and found me interesting. I maintained my weight in the 120’s, my hair was always done in the most … More Belief System
My friend Linda and I made a pact when our children were young and we were pulled in many different directions…JUST SAY NO! It was a well-known slogan at the time in a marketing campaign directing young people to “Just Say No” to drugs. It fit perfectly as we were invited to do more with … More Roles, Roles and More Roles!