Hosted by Carol McClelland Fields, PhD, BCC
During each 50-minute show, my guest and I will engage in a rich conversation about a range of fascinating topics that align with these themes:
If we aren't at our best, how can we possibly do our best work? With my guests, we'll look beyond the usual self-care advice to explore beyond-the-box deep self-care ideas for Change Catalysts.
What can we discover by talking with authors, thought leaders, and Change Catalysts at the growing edge of their fields? If we step beyond the comfort of the ideas we already hold, what inspiration will we uncover to enhance and deepen the way we think about change, the way we work, and what we hold as possible for our clients?
Change Catalysts are often called to step into a new chapter of their business: to reach a new audience, to share new work, to have more of an impact, to feel more fulfilled. Often the shift to our new work is an evolution. What can we learn by talking with Change Catalysts who are evolving their work?
Episode 8: Change and the Enneagram
with Nick Turner, CET
First Airs on 1.23.19
In this episode, Carol and her guest, Nick Turner, discuss an ancient symbol called the enneagram that has powerful uses in today's changing world. They explore how the enneagram of personality types can help people understand themselves and others, how Change Catalysts' work with clients can benefit from this understanding, and what the enneagram has in common with Carol's transition model, the Seasons of Change.
Listen to This Episode
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Nick Turner has been a student of the enneagram since 1988, received Certification as an enneagram teacher in 1992, and has been offering study groups, retreats, workshops, and private sessions since then.
Nick’s Website: www.Intuitive-Enneagram.com
Episode 7: Ceremonies for Times of Change
with Susan Wulfekuhler Sanford
In times of change and uncertainty, a powerful way to reconnect with ourselves, our communities, and the web of life is to participate in thoughtfully designed ceremonies and rituals. In this episode, Carol and her guest, Susan Wulfekuhler Sanford, explore how these purposeful experiences create a container for moving energy and expressing emotions during both personal transitions and changes that touch us all. They'll also offer ideas for simple rituals Change Catalysts can use in their own practice and share with their clients.
Episode 5: Change Catalysts: Nourish Yourself First!
with Tiffany Thoen, RN, Integrative Coach
When Coaches, Healers, and other Change Catalysts are out of balance they struggle to feel strong enough to do their work. In this episode Carol and her guest, Tiffany Thoen, explore the importance of nourishing ourselves first so we have the energy and stamina we need to step into our work and out into the world more fully.
Tiffany Thoen’s Resources
Read Tiffany’s Womanifesto to explore her view of how knowing that you are valuable and worthy of love and respect, no matter what, creates a powerful ripple effect in the world.
Download Coach Tiffany’s hunger scale (a silly spin on traditional hunger scales).
Interested in more from Coach Tiffany? Join Coach Tiffany’s Deserving Women community on FaceBook to have access to great info, videos and support.
Tiffany helps women leaders stop wasting their mental and emotional energy struggling with food and their bodies. Using the Intuitive Eating Model, she supports them in healing their relationship with food to finally find balance, freedom and satisfaction with food.
Tiffany’s Website: www.coachtiffanyrn.com
Episode 4: Moving from Burnout to Creative Resilience
with Anya Hankin, MA
Does your desire to be of service to your clients put you at risk of burning out? In this show, Carol and her guest, Anya Hankin, explore several Creative Resilience practices that will support you to re-engage with your life and your work. We also discuss how clarity about the focus of your work can deepen your connection to it.
Anya Hankin’s Resources
Read Anya’s posts on Instagram.
Complimentary 45-min Compass Conversation: Sign up on Anya’s homepage.
Anya Hankin is a copywriter and facilitator working at the intersection of creativity, engagement, and social justice. She is the founder and guide of the Catalyst Cohort, a five-month in-person facilitation training for creatives and changemakers. Anya also works one-on-one with purpose-driven clients to write and develop content that gets to the heart of their message.
Anya’s Website: www.AnyaHankin.com
Episode 3: New Trends in Transitions
with Carol McClelland Fields, PhD, BCC as the GUEST!
A trailblazer in this field, Carol has watched transition trends change significantly over the last 35 years. She also sees potential for even more change in the years ahead. She believes that Coaches, Healers, and other Change Catalysts are on the front lines in our changing world.
Carol McClelland Fields’ Resources for New Trends in Transitions
Host: Carol McClelland Field’s Resources
Episode 2: Restorative Power of Nature
with Karin Marcus, MA, PCC
In this episode, Carol and her guest, Karin Marcus, explore how nature can be a physical, emotional, and spiritual source of comfort and hope during times of uncertainty and transition. Gain insights you can use in your own life and share with your clients.
Karin’s Resources for
Deepening Your connection with Nature
Karin’s Book: Birding Through Cancer: A Seasons of Change Journey, is available on Kindle and Nook. You can also purchased a signed copy at the author’s price at the link provided above.
Article about the impact of nature on breast cancer patients
Interested in learning more about the restorative power of nature? Search for “forest bathing” on the Internet and you will find additional books and articles about this fascinating topic.
Karin’s Website: www.SteppingOutCoaching.com
Episode 1: Finding Signs of Hope
with Nancy Seibel, NCC, BCC
When you are struggling to make sense of your life, business, or world events, how do you shift your focus to move forward with hope? How do you support your clients in doing the same? In this episode Carol explores Signs of Hope with Nancy Seibel of Keys to Change.
Nancy Seibel’s Resources for
Building Your Own Signs of Hope
A Wonderful Way to Build Hope for Yourself and Others: Blog post that includes a free Department of Hope discussion guide
Department of Hope Blog: An array of posts exploring the topic of hope.
The Write Way to Well-Being Guide and Workbook: This e-book helps you build resilience and well-being, your own personal signs of hope!
Nancy’s Website: www.KeystoChange.net