Dec 17, 2014 | Addiction / Codependence, Career & Finance, Coaches & Counselors, Death / Loss, Divorce, Faith / Religion, Goals, Health / Wellness, Money, Prayer / Meditation, Relationships, Sheryl SittsA couple of years ago I rented out a room in my home to a man who was relocating, and he turned out to be a pretty powerful life coach. In the months that followed he really changed my thinking (thus my life) in some profound ways. One question in particular gets...
I just finished listening to our recording– it was AMAZING! You are so awesome at what you do! Thank you for seizing the chance to be the light, and to help others shine theirs as well! Big hugs, soul… Read more ““You are so awesome…thank you for seizing the chance to be the light and…help others shine theirs…””
I had the honor and pleasure of being interviewed by Sheryl on her show. Sheryl guided the flow of our conversation with ease, presence and joyfulness. I felt honored by her and was very… Read more ““Sheryl guided the flow of our conversation with ease, presence and joyfulness.””
“…it is safe – total integrity….It takes less time than I thought and it’s more effective than I imagined.”
There are those times we are on the mountaintop and the current winds seem to blow favorably in our direction. The air is sweet and bliss abounds. How can we be so happy, have things going our way, and feel so favored? Oh yes, those are glorious times! And then, the wind current changes and… Read more ““…it is safe – total integrity….It takes less time than I thought and it’s more effective than I imagined.””
What a pleasure it was working with Sheryl Sitts (“Vaughan”) at MIX 96.5. She is a very talented radio personality, but more than that she is a true positive force in any team situation she takes on. Sheryl is one of those magic people who can change the mood of a roomful of people simply… Read more ““…a talented radio personality…can change the mood of a roomful of people simply by entering…””
Sheryl’s gift is to invite you (or me in this story) to sit comfortably in your own vulnerability. You may not call it that, but it is what you most fear, and probably most desire, if not love. She shows you how to find comfort in the place you try to run from. Her methods… Read more ““…sit comfortably in your own vulnerability…methods are gentle and penetrate deeply.””