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151 Visualization Without Sight – A Coaching Paradox – Hamblin

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Visually Impaired Coach Discusses The Value Of Visualization

Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others.

~ Jonathan Swift

Hannah Hamblin – When she became legally blind at a young age it naturally caused her to lean on her growing Christian faith. She knows she is disabled, but with God’s help and guidance, there are no limitations that stop her from getting where she needs to go in life. Because of Hannah’s strong faith, she launched CherishJesus.com to share encouraging messages with others around the world. In addition, she launched her own coaching practice. Paradoxically, Hannah demonstrates how a visually impaired woman never allowed blindness to stop visualizing success and seeing herself as successful.

Here Hannah combines coaching with faith based transformational insights on visualization and self-management.

Hannah’s Mission For Advance Visualization

Hannah works with a wide range of clients and offers a highly personalized approach tailored to each individual. In a supportive atmosphere, she helps clients attain the professional and personal growth they’re striving for.

Via telephone sessions with Hannah, you start with an initial assessment to clearly define your short and long term goals, everything from communication skills to personal acceptance. She uses these goals as a foundation to create a strategy for attaining your objectives.

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Thanks Hannah for your thoughtful observations regarding insight, visualization.

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152 Bill Protzman – In addition to success as an IT entrepreneur, Bill holds magna cum laude degrees in piano performance and creative writing and has concertized and performed for many years with a focus on bringing music to audiences in non-traditional ways. In 2011, he launched Music Care Inc, a for-profit corporation dedicated to teaching practical ways music can be used for self-care. His work was recognized by the National Council for Behavioral Health with an Award of Excellence in 2014 – the behavioral health equivalent of winning an Oscar. When he talks about the interface between music and self-care, he speaks with conviction – and from real experience.

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