"Healing the Wounds That Hold You Back From Your Greatness" (Jeffrey Van Dyk)

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In this interview with Jeffrey Van Dyk, you’ll learn the hidden keys that can unlock your greatness and help you take a giant leap into the joyful work you're meant to do in the world. Jeffrey is a thought leader in a new paradigm that’s emerging-a paradigm upon which coaching is built. You are naturally creative, resourceful, and whole. But if you’re like most people, you don’t always feel that way. There may be parts of your personality you'd rather hide from the world, thank you very much! Were you to hide, however, you (and the world) would be losing a lot. Each time you brush a part of yourself away, you “cloak” your power and tether yourself to your smallness. The good news is you can transform your darkest parts and deepest wounds into your greatest strengths. Beth and I will ask our guest about that transformational process in this week’s interview. We always learn something when we're with Jeffrey-he's had an amazing impact on our lives. It's our honor and pleasure to share him with you! Jeffrey is a leader in the coaching industry and has helped hundreds of people worldwide find their higher purpose. With his business partner, Suzanne Falter-Barns, he helps conscious entrepreneurs package their purpose into a powerful online platform to bring their message to the world. Jeffrey has nearly two decades of experience in training and development, having worked in high tech before moving into the professional coaching arena. While at Microsoft, Jeffrey worked personally with leaders such as Bill Gates, Donald Trump, Peter Jennings, Ariel Sharon and Jacques Chirac. Jeffrey is president emeritus of the International Coach Federation’s San Francisco chapter and trains coaches worldwide as faculty of the True Purpose Institute, Dream Coach University, and through his own events at the Spiritual Marketing Quest.
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