Nov 09, 2022 |

Kelly Deich

Catherine has been a true gift in my life as a coach. When I started working with her, I was deeply unhappy with my career and it was dragging the rest of my life down. She recognized that I needed to do some inner work before I would be ready to truly tackle my projects I said I wanted to work on, so she took me on a journey to understand myself more deeply. It was uncomfortable. She asked hard questions that no one had asked me. But from those questions came clarity. Clarity on who I am as a person, how I act when stressed or under pressure, how I want to experience happiness. Seven months after starting working with her, I have career direction that I’ve not had in almost 20 years. I have launched my own coaching business, enrolled in an accredited coaching certification program, and I am marching toward fulfilling my dreams. My whole life has transformed, and not just my relationship with my career. If you had told me seven months ago that my life could be as different as it is now, I’m would have wanted to believe it, but would have been skeptical. I credit the transformation to working with a coach as talented and motivating as Catherine. She encouraged me when things were hard and always focused me on what mattered–my relationship with myself. She saw my potential and helped me believe in it too. I would not hesitate to hire Catherine again and would encourage anyone considering hiring a coach to hire Catherine.

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Exploring Sensitive Leadership with Nina Khoo

On this week’s episode of the Prosperous Empath®, we’ll explore how to effectively lead as a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), mitigate challenges, and work with your strengths. I’m thrilled to sit down with Nina Khoo, a Sensitive Leadership Coach and a Master NLP Coach who helps HSPs understand and embrace their unique wiring so they can become confident and empathetic leaders. It’s common for Highly Sensitive People to believe that they’re not capable of effective leadership and struggle with overwhelm, perfectionism, and second-guessing. Nina and I uncover how our greatest strengths can sometimes be the traits we feel most self-conscious about and pose a central question: How does a Highly Sensitive Person protect their gifts as a leader? As an empath and an HSP, your brain is physiologically wired to take more information in and process it more deeply, which can be an incredibly powerful leadership skill. Yet, it can also lead to overwhelm and self-criticism. Through our conversation, you’ll learn how to approach leadership in a more sensitive, empathetic, and compassionate way so you can own your gifts and make a bigger difference in the world  

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The Prosperous Empath® Podcast is produced by Heart Centered Podcasting.

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