Last year Empower World spoke with Sonia Choquette, celebrated author, teacher, and transformational visionary guide. She’s an enchanting storyteller known for her humor and skill and quickly shifting people out of their difficulties into a healthier energy flow. In this episode she talks about using intuition and shares a practical example that as coaches we can utilise in our coaching practice as well as in our own lives.
Sonia Choquette is the author of 19 internationally bestselling books about intuitive awakening, personal and creative growth and the transformational leadership capabilities that reside within us all. Sonia is inspiring a global consciousness movement around her belief that as human beings, we are divine beings endowed with powerful senses to guide us through life.
Last year Empower World spoke to Dr John Gray author of the number one bestselling book of the last decade “Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus”. Dr Gray shared how leading with an “open heart” can create honest, intimate and powerful relationships built on trust and authenticity. We believe having courageous conversations with an open heart is one of the keys to coaching success and listening to Dr. Grays teachings is a wonderful reminder to focus on creating relationships that matter.
In this week's podcast, Empower World shares the gifts of not only learning these skills of great leadership to empower and lead others, but also great coaches and leaders will undergo a journey of personal development themselves to uncover what is important to them. By stretching ourselves as coaches as leaders to do our personal deeper work, we can be the best we can be to support and empower others to be the best they can be.
Empower World spoke to Dr John Demartini last year about the importance of understanding our personal values at a conscious level so that we can make decisions easily and effortlessly in alignment with our authentic self in a way that energises and inspires us. We believe values work is so incredibly important to lead ourselves effectively and wanted to revisit Dr John Demartini's insightful and wise words.