I’m Jamie Smart – welcome to the podcast. I’ve called this episode, “You Do You”, and I’m excited to share it with you because it’s a recording from the ClarityLive! event we held, just a couple of weeks ago. The theme for the event was “Passion, Purpose & Personal Expression” and it was really great. We had people joining us from all around the world, and there was a lovely sense of community, with lots of profound insights. And one of the things we did was I had ‘fireside chat’ conversations with people who are having a big impact in the world, and I picked their brains about what it means to bring your unique expression to life, and how this understanding has helped them do that. And my idea for this was that we would be talking shop; the kind of conversation that I have with my colleagues over coffee, and that most people never get to hear. So in this podcast, you’re going to be hearing one of those, a conversation I had with my dear friend and colleague, Cathy Casey.
Just before we get to that, I wanted to mention that my beloved Emma McDevitt and I are offering a new programme starting in January called the Clarity Professional Programme: Bring Your Unique Expression to Life.
The theme of uncovering and living your unique expression is one that’s very alive for us both, so we’re inspired to share it with a group of explorers.
We’ve created a brief video about the programme and a simple ‘unique expression diagnostic’ process. Its purpose is to continue deepening your awareness of your unique expression and to help us (me and Emma) get a sense of where you’re at in your journey.
If you want to watch the video, do the diagnostic and find our more about the programme, just pop an email to email@example.com with the word “video” in the subject line and we’ll get everything over to you.
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