Today we are talking about all things group coaching and I am so excited to share this with you.
It’s all about being rooted. For me being rooted means accepting the various aspects of yourself, from past to present. Feeling aligned with your own values that have developed over time. It means that you are fixed, unmovable, and entrenched in your worthiness.
Queens, imagine what it would be like if our worthiness was no longer questioned. If we were deeply unmovable, unwavering, entrenched, and habitually rooted in ourselves.
This is what I want for us. I want us to be rooted in ourselves so that we become our own safe place to land. I will teach you exactly how to do this through several different processes and methodologies in my upcoming group coaching program.
If you are ready to get Rooted in YOU, join the waitlist for my group coaching program starting in March 2022.
The podcast that teaches High Achieving Black Women how to use thought work to be her absolute best self, no matter the situation.
She will learn how not to let outside influences impact how she thinks and feels about herself or how she shows up in the world.
LISTEN TO PAST EPISODES…
EP. 157 She Looked Goodt On The Outside, BUT… How Did Dr. Kimmy Use Coaching To Create A Life Of Purpose
In this episode, Dr. Kimmy, one of my remarkable clients, shares her life before and after coaching. We explore her coaching journey, the role of safety for black women in success, bouncing back from failures, and a profound insight from Dr. Kimmy: our brains prioritize safety over success.
Join me in this eye-opening episode featuring Life and Mindset Coach, Marlene McNally, as we dive deep into breaking societal norms for Black women. Marlene shares her journey of self-discovery, challenging the expectations of perfection and embracing vulnerability.
Past traumas or events – such as a devastating breakup, have created memories – conscious and subconscious, which have imprinted themselves in our brain, body, and nervous system.
In this episode, I dive deep into the factors that often hold us back from making decisions and taking action, especially as women of color. We explore the three critical elements: belief, authority, and impact, that can paralyze us with indecision.
You know, sometimes our need is simply to grieve, and that’s perfectly okay. We’ll explore the different facets of grief, from understanding involuntary grief, like unexpected losses, to embracing voluntary grief, where we choose to make changes but still feel the loss.
In this episode, I delve into the often stigmatized concept of neediness, particularly as it pertains to black women. Listen in as I challenge the negative perceptions around neediness, emphasizing that acknowledging and honoring our emotional needs is a strength, not a weakness.