In Ken Robinson’s book, ‘Finding Your Element’, he mentioned that being in your own element is about doing something that feels so completely natural to you, that resonates so strongly with you, that you feel that this is who you really are. I would add to it by saying that when we are in our element, we are being who we truly are.
“The gift of being human is that we have deep creative resources and from these we can continuously transform our lives if we choose. Whether you aim to change the whole world or the world within you, the limits are set as much by your imagination as by your current circumstances. This has been true for all people since the beginnings of human history.’ (Ken Robinson).
It is my purpose here to help and coach others find their element, and for them to awaken to their purpose here on earth.
As human beings, we connect with others through conversations, be it spoken, written or through our body language, above and on top of spending moments together. How the relationships strengthen or weaken will depend a lot on how we deliver these conversations. Similarly, we spend a lot of time engaged in self-talk, and often, not filtered; and unless we are aware of the essence of these self-talk, we may unconsciously be led to believe in everything ‘spoken to us’ and have little or no clue what’s happening in our lives, let alone, knowing how we are living our lives.
As a life coach, it is my responsibility to walk with you in this discovery journey, to be mindful of what is going on in and around us, and in bringing out the best in yourself – your True North. From there, living your purpose in this lifetime will become a reality. And wherever you may be, and whatever you do in life, you will always be centered in your true self.
When we are all being true to who we are, we will create a ripple effect to the people around us (& inspiring them to be likewise), and possibly make a positive difference in the world.