Celebrate the decidedly purposeful collaboration of Beth Scanzani and Jory Fisher on Heart & Soul! Beth and Jory will review profound insights, key learning, and precious gifts of their year together on BlogTalkRadio. They’ll share some of the lighter and more challenging aspects of being internet radio show hosts—and preview what the future holds for each of them. Beth and Jory truly hope their 53 episodes of Heart & Soul for Women have helped you embrace the person you’re called to be and make the difference you’re meant to make. They encourage you to check out these images at www.JICTImages.com as you listen to their celebratory episode.
About Beth and Jory
Beth Scanzani is a Life, True Purpose™ and Dream Coach™ who helps people live a more authentic, meaningful, and joyful life. Her unique combination of experience includes many years as a corporate HR leader as well as multiple coaching certifications, tools, and skills. Her clients create fundamental shifts that help them develop a deeper relationship with their higher source, connect with their inner wisdom and true nature, discover their true life purpose, and actualize their life dreams.
Jory Fisher is a Life, Career, and True Purpose™ Coach and a faculty member of the Professional Christian Coaching Institute. She focuses on helping women entrepreneurs of faith integrate calling, confidence, and clarity into their business so they can successfully serve others with purpose and passion and make the meaningful difference they’re meant to make. Jory and her husband Dave live in Lynchburg, VA and are the proud parents/stepparents of Katherine, Amanda, Elizabeth, Benjamin, Rebecca, Jana, and Brett.
Jory & Beth’s Coaching Suggestions
1. (Beth) Start each day with a question.
When we ask a question, our brains go about the business of finding answers to our question. We can use this to our advantage! Start the day by asking a question about something you’d like to know, be or experience: For example: How could I be more creative today? Where do I experience love in my life? What makes me feel energized?
* During the day, pay attention to what insights, clues and answers you get. Are there themes? New perspectives? Solutions? Clues?
* Extra credit: At the end of the day, review what you noticed and learned, and feel gratitude for that.
2. (Jory) Start each day with a sense of gratitude.
3. (Beth) Act as if you already have what you’re looking for.
* You may have heard the saying “Fake it until you make it…” This might be seen as a version of that. What is it that you want to be or do in your life right now? Ask yourself “What would I be doing/feeling/believing…if this was already true for me?'”
* Now take a look at your answers, and see what you can actually do/be/believe today. Even just a series of small steps in that direction will do. Try it. You may be surprised what you mind opens to and what opportunities come your way.
4. (Jory) Try to integrate faith, purpose, forgiveness, and gratitude into all that you do.
5. (Beth) Explore your beliefs – Play “Belief Catcher.”
* Pay attention to what you are believing in any moment where you are feeling especially off…or when you are feeling really good.
* Keep a list of the beliefs you catch and notice any themes and recurrences
* Work with a process that works for you, or someone who specializes in helping people transform their limiting beliefs to more empowering beliefs. This is a life changing process!!
6. (Jory) Value yourself enough to get support.
7) (Jory) Laugh often!
Quotes for the Day
Love After Love
The time will come
when, with elation
you will greet yourself arriving
at your own door, in your own mirror
and each will smile at the other’s welcome,
and say, sit here. Eat.
You will love again the stranger who was your self.
Give wine. Give bread. Give back your heart
to itself, to the stranger who has loved you
all your life, whom you ignored
for another, who knows you by heart.
Take down the love letters from the bookshelf,
the photographs, the desperate notes,
peel your own image from the mirror.
Sit. Feast on your life.
“Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
“The greatest thing is, at any moment, to be willing to give up who we are in order to become all that we can be.”
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