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022:Death’s invitation to become who we’re meant to be with Dan Allender

10/17/2018
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The death of a loved one forces us to count what really matters to us. It also invites us to become who we were meant to be. In this episode, Dan Allender shares about engaging boldly with his father months before his death opening the door to the desires of his own heart as a son. Dan serves as the founding President and Professor of Counseling at The Seattle School of Theology & Psychologyin Seattle, Washington. Dan is also a founding member of The Allender Center, a place that specializes...

Duration:00:51:49

Episode 021:Waiting with the ache of a calling for seven years sucks with Brad Thayer

10/3/2018
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What am I doing here? Where did I mess up? Is God disappointed with me? Am I really supposed to be working as a pastor? How do I make ends meet? Where’s my niche? Why was I fired? Am I sure this is my calling? Why do I keep getting “no” after “no”? Brad Thayer would be asking all of these questions and many more as he navigated many job changes, career stumbles, 37 job interviews, and great loss spread out over seven years. In this episode, Brad describes his long and painful journey toward...

Duration:00:48:13

Episode 020: The fall that started it all with Jon DeWaal

9/26/2018
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Join us this week as Liminal Space executive Jon DeWaal discusses the life changing fall that threw not only himself, but his wife and two young children into a world of transition.

Duration:00:30:22

019: Following the “breadcrumbs” of a calling with Shonnie Scott

9/19/2018
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As Shonnie Scott’s role as a pastor came to a finishing point, she found herself taking a leap of faith towards new and courageous opportunities. In this episode, Shonnie shares her experience with this career transition, and how much it formed her faith and calling. Shonnie’s life-vocation is all about empowering others to flourish in their callings, which she has fulfilled through multiple “God-assignments” over the last three decades. She has served the local church professionally since...

Duration:00:44:28

018: Finding yourself after being fired from your job with Hien DeYoung

9/12/2018
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Being fired from the job you love is devastating. It is one of the most challenging career transitions a person will go through. And it’s what happened to our guest, Hien DeYoung. Hien’s passion is developing, empowering and inspiring people so they can fulfill their business mission. This is expressed in her work as head of HR, executive coach, and researcher of executive women’s leadership journeys. Her most often used tools are empathy, educated insight, and deep curiosity. Hien is a SHRM...

Duration:00:44:17

017: How to guide your career transition with Ron Carucci

9/5/2018
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Ron is co-founder and managing partner at Navalent, working with CEOs and executives pursuing transformational change for their organizations, leaders, and industries. He has a thirty year track record helping executives tackle challenges of strategy, organization and leadership. He is a regular contributor to the Harvard Business Review, where Navalent’s work on leadership was named one of 2016’s management ideas that mattered most. He is also a regular contributor to Forbes, and a two-time...

Duration:00:44:13

016: Curiosity with our sexual brokenness is where we discover our life - with Jay Stringer

8/29/2018
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Jay Stringer has spent the last decade working on the frontlines of the demand for pornography and sexual exploitation. Jay's first book, Unwanted: How Sexual Brokenness Reveals Our Way to Healing will be released in September. His book includes research on over 3,800 men and women struggling with unwanted sexual behavior, be that the use of pornography, an affair, or buying sex. Jay holds an MDiv and Master in Counseling Psychology from the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology. In...

Duration:00:42:05

015: Finding purpose after leaving a cult and the military with Daniella Young

8/22/2018
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Daniella Young is a motivational speaker, writer, combat veteran, Army wife, Mom, and the founder and CEO of Task Force Art, an intentional team building and purposeful leadership consulting firm. Her “Bullet-Proofed” seminar inspires leaders to proactively engage in building high-passion/high performance teams, strong organizational culture, and a place where diversity and personal strengths are actively cultivated. Daniella’s wisdom on navigating major life transitions comes from her own...

Duration:00:53:55

014: Navigating the Transition to Adulthood with Cory Smith

8/15/2018
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Cory is a Virginia native and attended Virginia Commonwealth where he received his undergraduate degree in biology and his Masters in Teaching. During his time at VCU, Cory played on the soccer team and was a full-time volunteer for Young Life. After finishing college, Cory entered the Young Life intern program for two years and continued on staff for two additional years in Virginia. Cory and his wife Christine were married in 2001 and have lived in Colorado since 2002. They have two...

Duration:00:43:05

013: The path of a calling is not a straight line with Cory Smith

8/8/2018
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Cory is a Virginia native and attended Virginia Commonwealth where he received his undergraduate degree in biology and his Masters in Teaching. During his time at VCU, Cory played on the soccer team and was a full-time volunteer for Young Life. After finishing college, Cory entered the Young Life intern program for two years and continued on staff for two additional years in Virginia. Cory and his wife Christine were married in 2001 and have lived in Colorado since 2002. They have two...

Duration:00:52:04

012: Pushing Boundaries while Balancing Expectations and Reality with Craig Detweiler

8/1/2018
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Craig Detweiler’s background is in filmmaking and screenwriting, and he was recently hired on as the president of a seminary called The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology. He and his family uprooted to the Seattle area from Los Angeles, taking on a new challenge both in career and life. Craig works with graduate students who are looking to deepen and broaden their calling and leadership skills, all while trying to transition himself into a new place. He is the author of several books...

Duration:00:52:09

011: Helping parents ease the transition back to school with Cher Anderton

7/25/2018
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Cher Anderton works as an elementary school counselor in Shoreline, WA, as well as licensed therapist. In her private practice, Cher works with women adolescent age and older, and primarily focuses on trauma and parent coaching. Cher is a certified Positive Discipline Parent Educator. Her biggest passion and calling is helping parents and individuals move through life in healthier, more connected ways. Cher has four kids of her own, ages 11-17. As a parent, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by...

Duration:00:31:22

010: How a parenting transition led to a calling with Cher Anderton

7/18/2018
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Cher Anderton was an east coast girl that has become a PNW convert! Cher works as an elementary school counselor in the Shoreline, WA, as well as licensed therapist in her private practice. She works with women adolescent age and older, and primarily focuses on trauma and parent coaching. Cher is a certified Positive Discipline Parent Educator. Her biggest passion and calling is helping parents and individuals move through life in healthier, more connected ways. Cher has four kids, ages...

Duration:00:57:43

009: Recreating a life with shaky, courageous hands with Emily Ann Peterson

6/27/2018
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In 2013, Emily Ann Peterson was diagnosed with a degenerative neurological hand tremor, which forever altered her two-decade livelihood as a cellist/cello teacher. In the weeks and months that followed, she was troubled by two big question, “Who am I if not a cellist?” and “How do I make a living!?” Refusing to lose her life's love of expression, she knew she’d have to be brave. She set out to research and learn from others on what it means to be brave. This would eventually lead her to...

Duration:00:57:42

008: From “should-ing” on your future to letting desire lead the way with Rachel Vander Pol

6/20/2018
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Rachel Vander Pol is not only an award-winning resume writer but also a recovering world wanderer. Rachel lives in San Diego, CA where she runs her own company called RVP Career Services. She helps job seekers around the world craft interview-winning career documents, from resumes to cover letters to LinkedIn profiles. She loves to collaborate with clients to dig deep into their past experiences to help them step into their future careers. Finding her dream job wasn’t easy. There were a...

Duration:00:50:58

007: The art of living well after traumatic loss with Aaron McHugh

6/13/2018
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Aaron McHugh is a writer, podcaster, adventurer, and author of the best-selling book, Fire Your Boss: A Manifesto to Rethink How You Think About Work. He is mastering the art of living a sustainable work-life balance that constantly interweaves rhythms of play and adventure. That includes road trips in their 1974 VW Bus, aka The Joy Bus, catapulting them into many father-daughter adventures together. Aaron works as an Affiliate Advisor for Aberkyn, a division of McKinsey & Co as a...

Duration:01:07:28

006: Jenn Swanson on finding a life-giving ‘next’ after leaving a toxic workplace

6/6/2018
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Jenn Swanson's motto is to engage, encourage and empower others to step into their success. Through her podcast, facilitation and speaking, online courses and an Amazon-best-selling book, Jenn endeavors to inspire people to be able to get the job they want, love the work that they do, and to advance their careers. Jenn has a background in healthcare (working and teaching at the college level), a Master's Degree in Public and Pastoral Leadership, is a certified conflict coach and Master NLP...

Duration:00:48:03

005: Diane Summers on our relationship with food and the body during transition

5/30/2018
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Diane Summers, RDN, CEDRD-S, CD is a nationally registered and state certified dietitian with extensive experience treating eating disorders at all levels of care. Diane has been involved in the awareness, prevention, and treatment of eating disorders since 2004, and has treated nearly 1,000 children, teens, and adults across the full spectrum of eating disorders and concerns. She is recognized as a Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian and Supervisor (CEDRD-S) through the...

Duration:00:35:37

004: Paul Gebben on finding his career "next" after a mid-life punch in the gut

5/23/2018
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Paul Gebben spends his days helping people navigate change, learn new ways of doing things, recover from past hurts, and create new opportunities for life. Paul has a masters degree in counseling psychology from The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology, and does work is as a licensed pyschotherapist in his own practice called Gebben Counseling. But that wasn’t always the story. Prior to his current work as a therapist, Paul served for almost a decade as the Chief Operations Officer for...

Duration:00:36:10

003: Bryan Falchuk and learning to “Do a day”

5/16/2018
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Bryan Falchuk is a best-selling author, speaker and life coach. He has faced major adversities and learned how to overcome and achieve. From obesity to running marathons, from career struggles to success as a C-level executive, from watching illness threaten his family to finding lasting health, he has been through many lessons he used to develop his unique approach to inspiring others to find lasting change. Bryan's work has been featured in several top publications like Inc. Magazine, The...

Duration:00:56:55