2: What is your biggest life lesson? Time is limitless just as we are. We always seem to worry about what is going to happen next but the magic is in the not knowing, the magic is in the space between your inhalation and the exhalation, the magic is in the empty space or fog. That's when you discover yourself, let go of your ego brain and connect with the Divine or Source Energy.
3: What is your biggest achievement? I have achieved a great career in healthcare and now have turned to life coaching. I think my biggest achievement is yet to be told. The respect for what has been past and achieved allows me to reflect and learn from for the pure reason to create bigger things.
4: What is currently the most challenging part of running your business? It's probably all of the technical communication. I love in person connections because I get to see the facial expressions of emotion a client is going through, or in this call I will listen to the tone of your voice or of my client's voice. The technical stuff is the most difficult, everything else are all gifts.
5: What was the biggest hurdle you had to overcome to get where you are now? Trusting that I could switch careers at 60. Now I realize that life is far too short to think like that. Many years ago now, I'd been told I only had a few weeks to live. My life went into hyperdrive. I wasn't done living and I wanted more. The biggest hurdle was not going after this change in career. The biggest hurdle was a limiting belief in age. I now know my age is my greatest asset. Because of all of my many varied experiences I can be realistic and inspire others to go for it.
6: What is your favorite book? There are way too many to name or even count. I love Nick Ortner's books on tapping. Radleigh Valentine on "How to be your own Genie" and of course, one I was privileged and excited to be a part of: "Women Innovators: Leaders, Makers & Givers" I wrote about the Law of Attraction.
7: If you could have anyone educate you who would it be? Wow again, I would choose Leonardo DaVinci, Einstein or Tesla. Maybe DaVinci though. He's my hero.
8: What is your deepest regret? Not becoming a metaphysical life coach at 30. I'm extremely intuitive and this energy has served me well over the years. Now, I combine both logical and creative tools to help people past their roadblocks.
9: What is your favorite podcast? Besides what you are doing? I also love on Stitcher "Hidden Brain". I focus on the brain and retraining our thinking to get new thoughts to attract the things or life you want. So this podcast is in alignment with how I coach. I love thinking & creating from both sides of the brain, just like Davinci, Einstein and Tesla.
10: How people can get in contact with you? Email me at : JENIPCOACH@GMAIL.COM
11: What is your YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts? Find me on Facebook at Transforming Your Tomorrows or Jo Ellen Newman; Instagram: joellennew works; Twitter is: joellennewman @ jenipcoach.
12: Who inspires you on social media and why? I have a FB friend who was abducted as a child. She works to change lives everyday via FB posts.
13: What is your favorite tech tool that you use in the your business? I love Zoom.
14: How would you help people with disabilities? I think people with disabilities are just like everyone else that have dreams, desires, frustrations, etc. Helping them is respecting their limits but shifting their limiting beliefs. They have limiting beliefs too.
15: What is the hardest part of your job that you have to face everyday? I won't keep some clients if they choose to not be accountable to themselves to give it all they got and use the tools I give them. I'm here simply as a guide. I have a lot of tools in my toolbox, such as tapping, mind-mapping, law of attraction meditation and exercises, visualization, etc.
Are there certain questions that you want Win to ask you? Yes, What is your biggest issue as a person with disabilities and are there limiting beliefs you have developed because of it?