Find meaning in your past: How to see your story in a new way, with iPEC Certified Professional Coach Asher Wright


Each of us has a story filled with past experiences, things we’re naturally good at, and areas where we’ve faced challenges.

Sometimes it feels a bit easier to look to the future—full of possibility and potential!—but looking at your past and seeing your story through a new lens can actually help shape that future into something that feels even more meaningful for you.

In this episode of the Energy Explorer Live Series, Asher Wright will join Admissions Coach Makeda Boucaud to talk about the wisdom he’s gained and strengths he’s uncovered by looking at his own past in a new way.

Asher spent 22 years in the military and is now a life changing wisdom coach for growth-minded sales and marketing leaders, entrepreneurs, and veterans.

As he talks with Makeda, Asher will share how his experience in iPEC’s Coach Training Program helped unlock a connection to his emotional side, how he began to see some of his struggles as unique abilities, and more about his goal to listen to 1,000 books in 10 years and write 86 books by the time he’s 86!

This interview is part of iPEC’s Energy Explorer Live Series, which highlights members of the iPEC Coach Community who are using their talents, drive, and highest selves in order to live their purpose.

Curious about what’s involved in becoming a professional coach, and how it can help you make more powerful mindset shifts like this?

Start by grabbing a copy of our in-depth guide to understanding the field of coaching, and find out whether it might be the right career path for you.

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