Every woman hungers for a life of purpose and significance. As a life and leadership coach, Jerome has worked with hundreds who desire to better understand why God placed them on planet earth–and who desire to live out their calling with greater conviction.
This was his own motivation ten years ago when he left the security of a long-term pastoral position for a year’s sabbatical in the mountains of Colorado. Deep transformation took place in his soul and marriage. “It wasn’t pretty, but it led to a whole new sense of purpose in our lives.”
That was just the start. That year led to a decade in the “desert” where their understanding of purpose was progressively dismantled, tested, and reconstructed. In this week’s interview on Heart & Soul, we will explore how difficult seasons of life provide the fertile soil in which authentic life purpose can grow.
About Jerome Daley
After ten years in pastoral ministry, God led Leadership Coach Jerome Daley and his wife Kellie into an unexpected inner journey…beginning with a year’s sabbatical in the mountains of Colorado. During that time, they discovered a new set of values—anchored in a passion for intimacy with God, a new priority on their marriage, and fresh vision for living on purpose.
During that time, Jerome also discovered that he loved to write…and did write his first book, Soul Space. That venture led to four additional books, all focused upon living a purposeful and meaningful life.
In 2005, Jerome discovered Life Coaching as a new way to get personal…to partner with people to discover their sense of calling and to live it out intentionally. He loves helping people live true to their God-given design! His hobbies include hiking, cycling, rock climbing, reading, and travel.
Jerome’s Tips and Strategies for Success
- Develop the tools of Soul Space to make room in your life for reflection, recalibration, and intentional purposeful decisions.
- Prioritize relationships above production, starting with silence and solitude with God.
- Consider working with a coach and unlock the power of intentional partnership.
- Invest in spiritual community.
- Don’t give up!
Jerome’s Favorite Quote
It’s been a hard year
But I’m climbing out of the rubble
These lessons are hard
Healing changes are subtle…
But every day it’s less like tearing, more like building
Less like captive, more like willing
Less like breakdown, more like surrender
Less like haunting, more like remember…
– Sara Groves
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