It’s said that information is power, but only when we use it to transform ourselves, relationships or organizations for the greater good with intentional actions that have a positive impact on the world around us.
I’m dedicated to teaching purpose driven people how to create positive personal & professional change for fulfillment in life and make a meaningful impact on the world.
If you’re looking for a proven professional who can mindfully guide you to:
Then you’ve come to the right place! Shawna has nearly 2 decades of experience in elevating amazing clients who’ve shared similar worries while achieving remarkable results for reducing fear & uncertainty in a world of rapid change.
People who work with me 1on1 or with my Transformational Healing & Conversational Intelligence™ group programs can learn to
We’re living in a microwave mindset society, where people are quick to judge or react to challenges irrationally, making impulsive decisions that come with a high cost to self-esteem, personal or professional relationships as a result of living distracted without direction, purpose or focus.
When we give into our fear based motivations to be liked, avoid pain, stay safe & comfortable, gain power over others, we lose sight of what’s really important; our need for authentic growth and meaningful connection. Only to end up repeating sabotaging patterns that keep us stuck in an old outdated paradigm.
What is it that makes people act this way?
The former Surgeon General Murthy suggests that “The world is suffering from an epidemic of loneliness,” and the latest neuroscience teaches us that isolation & social rejection activates fear networks in the brain. Feeling rejection causes great emotional and physical pain due to an increase in stress hormones, which moves us into protective behaviors (the fight, flight, freeze or appease response.)
When pain goes unresolved, people tend to distrust others and protect themselves from making deep, heartfelt connections. Even though there has never been a greater opportunity for personal development and social connections, somehow, we are missing the mark.
It’s my belief that we can learn to heal the inner wounds our painful past (personal or professional) and learn new skills to gain self-mastery. Doing so enables us to move out of our protective behaviors and feel more accepting of self and others.
This is what leads to a more authentic, fulfilling life and engagement within professional organizations.
With positive focus on partnering, not protecting, we are elevated by our conversations and can build meaningful relationships; reducing fear and uncertainty in a world of rapid change.