I have something a little bit different and really special to share with you today. I am going to be working with Taylor Morgan who is a masculinity, health, transformation, and fitness coach for men.
I am going to be walking him through a story roadmap session. This is a process that I walk many of my private clients and those in my group coaching programs Story Pro to create and inspire new stories that these coaches can use to enroll new clients, inspire new clients, and grow their businesses.
Today on the show we have Brooks Meadows. Brooks is a friend of mine who is an amazing storyteller and coach who has worked with men and women of many different ages, skills, and professions. He has helped them to connect with better stories within themselves and achieve peak performance in their lives.
Today we are going to be talking to Brooks about some of his stories and the value of storytelling as an art form and a business tool. This episode was recorded in a live format so there might be a little bit of background noise here and there but the quality of the content and the conversation is outstanding.
Today on the show we have Eric Patton and we are going to be doing a little bit different and a little bit special. I am going to be giving you a glimpse into what it is like to work with me in a 1 on 1 setting. These are recorded story roadmap sessions. I am going to take Eric, who is a coach in human design, a formula of ancient principles that are used to understand yourself on a deeper level and better navigate your life.
I will be asking him questions about his ideal client, who and how he loves to serve them, and some stories from his own life that reflect their experience. There are some really incredible stories to be heard and told here and I hope you enjoy the process of this story road map session.
Today on the show we have Kimberly Kesting and we are going to be doing a little bit different interview style than what I typically do on the show. I am going to take Kimberly through a process that I call a Story Roadmap Session where I ask my clients and potential clients about their story, who their ideal client is, and I gather enough information to create a story on the recording for this coach or client to use in their business.
I incorporate a lot of the frameworks and systems that I teach in my private program and my group program Story Pro to create this story with people as they are sharing information about their clients and their lives. This is a fun glimpse into what it’s like to work with me and you will get to see me draw out a story from Kimberly, who works with the Enlifted Coaching Certification program.
I am just completing a 14-day cleanse diet. What I eat is not usually a topic of the podcast but it was a challenging 14 days and through those challenges, some interesting insights have risen to the surface that I would like to share today on the podcast.
I wasn’t doing this to lose weight. I was on a diet to clean out different bacteria and creatures living inside my digestive system. By eating clean, removing sugar, removing a lot of carbohydrates, and taking a certain set of herbs I was cleaning up my insides so I could feel healthier, more energetic, have better focus, and more energy. Your digestive system has a very big impact on your mind and how you feel.
I recently returned from my first visit to the famous and infamous Burning Man. It is a big event and festival in the desert. It is something I have been familiar with for a long time but was never fully open to committing to the time of at least seven days out in the desert, not to mention traveling. For years I wrote it off but there is a lot more to it than I thought that creates this unforgettable experience.
It is an experience I will never forget and I would do it again. I have been back for a few weeks and I have been reflecting on the experience for me and I have taken away a few lessons from Burning Man that I think would be useful for this audience of coaches, entrepreneurs, and visionaries that listen to this podcast. It will be useful for you whether or not you have been to Burning Man or ever intend to go.