When did you first realize and more importantly, remember that you are an enlightened being?
How have you used that in your professional life?
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In Your Corner,
Phyllis M. Miller
Share a Client story with an AH-Ha moment, showing a major transformation resulting in success.
My clients have hired me to eliminate a problem, reach their goals and to stay focused. So many clients have proven to me that the biggest transformation comes when there appears to be a lack of balance. For instance, one client may enter Coaching because they are very left-brained and linear in their approach to reaching a goal. Then again, another client may begin Coaching as a very right-brain, more creative and sometimes with a less focused approach to reaching a goal. Either way, our collaborative approach in Coaching allows both types and sides of the brain, to come back into balance, and that’s where the real transformation occurs. This always has to do with consciousness, whether focusing on completion of a project or consciousness during times of practicing meditation.
Share about a moment in time where doubt and fear in your own journey taught you about success.
When I was a very young child, I learned from watching others that I was just a little different. Meaning…
I could see things that were happening that my parents couldn't for instance; on a hot Summer day, we had a cat that was missing and I told my Mother that it was in the neighbor’s garage. She couldn't imagine how I would know that but, she went next door to ask. Luckily, the neighbors were home and opened the garage door where they found our cat, bloody paws and all, trying to claw its way out of the heat. I guess it was Mom having to explain why she was asking the neighbor for such a strange request, but she came back that day and told me that she never wanted to hear anything like that from me, ever again. (Tip here is to listen to your children’s wisdom while they are willing to share it!)
So, for most of my life, I went what you might call, “underground” with my thoughts of knowing about things that couldn't be seen. Probably because I was the youngest in the family and for a while – many years, I even made myself believe that if I knew something, that everyone else must already know it. After testing that mistaken belief, many times, I went back to trusting myself vs. doubting myself.
Remembering this one connection to enlightenment has helped me with my work as a Coach and helped me connect others to remembering who they really are in their Personal AND Professional Life – A Divine Being, Having a Human Experience.
Phyllis M. Miller