Guests in studio this week:
In her 25th year of practice, Kathy Clayton coaches her clients on how to change, how to relate (to everything and everyone) more successfully, how to have the life and experiences they want, and how to accept all that life presents. By helping clients move beyond their B.S. (which also stands for “basic story”), powerful insights and personal breakthroughs quickly emerge, so folks can enjoy the fruits of their efforts. Kathy honed these skills by walking her talk, as she only asks of her clients what she is willing to do herself. By customizing the coaching with the enneagram and a motivational assessment, Kathy’s intuitive understanding of people and the world at large helps her clients take action on what really matters to them. In this week’s episode, Kathy talks about the power of acceptance vs. resistance. Listen to Kathy’s segment.
Born and raised in Seattle, Washington, Holli has worked with a variety of small business owners and taught adults through Continuing Education classes at local college extension programs. She fell in love with photography as a kid with a polaroid camera. But it wasn’t until a deep loss in her family that she was inspired to follow her passion to be a full-time photographer. Choosing to serve the small business community in 2015, she launched Native Light Photography. This honors her Native American heritage as a member of the Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma. She brings her perceptive vision and intuitive people skills to every client to create photographs that they love! In this week’s episode, Holli discusses how to hire the best photographer for your social reputation. Listen to Holli’s segment.