Career & Passion
It’s been said that “It is a beautiful thing when a career and a passion come together.” This could not be more true when I think about life coaching and teaching. I just finished up another class and feel overwhelmed with joy—not because it was easy, because, let me tell you, it was not! But, I am joyful because I am able to fulfill my passion and my purpose. On a recent course evaluation, a student anonymously wrote, “Professor Joseph is one of my all-time favorite teachers after this course . . . She was kind to everyone in class and created a safe environment. Time and time again, I watched her lead with compassion, grace and patience while she listened to her students. She is not just an academic professor, but a caring, wise, and intentional shepherd. . . . The learnings and Professor Joseph have widely impacted my outlook on education, my personal weaknesses, my personal strengths/abilities and God’s vast provision. Thank you so much for providing your ADC students with this amazing experience!” I do not share this feedback to boost my ego; rather, I share this account with HUMILITY and GRATITUDE. The hours of preparation and the late nights of grading are worthwhile when I rest in the knowledge that I am fulfilling my calling. How does your career and passion come together? If it doesn’t, how can you weave purpose and meaning into your current career?
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It's hard to believe, but I have been in business for almost 7 years! As my business has grown, I have decided to take a break from blog posts and focus my attention on providing specialty services, some of which include Purpose Clarity Coaching, Life Map Coaching, and Enneagram Spectrum of Personality Types Coaching. I have received certifications in each of these areas (accredited certifications for CEU through the Center for Credentialing and Education). While I miss interfacing with you through this blog, I am excited to offer additional services to my clients. Please enjoy my blog archives.
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