through graphic recording
"Illustrating Your Potential"
"I'm going in too many directions!" the woman sat across
from me with her hand pressed against her forehead. "I have a
love/hate relationship with just about everything I'm doing, and I just
can't keep spreading myself so thin. What do I do?"
I began asking her questions and listening very
carefully to what I was hearing - not only in her words, but in between the
lines. Pulling up my flip chart we began writing things down and drawing
pictures that would have meaning to her. (Schedule
When we finished, she squealed and clapped
her hands. "I can't believe it! You are amazing! How did you
I love it when people leave my office, or
hang up the phone shouting with joy and renewed enthusiasm!
Where it all began, I can't tell you, but
what I can tell you is that not only has God given me a wonderful gift of
encouragement and an artistic talent, He has opened my ears and my eyes to
see potential in people. Utilizing the skills, talents, and insights
that He has given me, I blend them all together and literally Illustrate
This part of what I do personally is probably
the most fulfilling and fun part of my own destiny and purpose. To
bring hope, clarification and meaning to people who thought they had blown
it, or had no talent is more exciting than anything else I can think of.
Purpose Discovery session
usually lasts anywhere from one to three hours. I am available to do them by
phone, or in person. By doing it in person you have the added benefit
of visualization as we plot out your thoughts and impressions on the
flipchart in front of you.
If you are interested in finding focus,
meaning and passion to what you plan to do for the rest of your life,
CLICK HERE to contact me further about scheduling
your own Purpose Discovery session!
"During my first visit with Shannon, I was able to see
who I am, rather than what others
think I am or should be. This was very
helpful because I was a bit lost in my direction, but now have a focus
toward my passion. Matter-of-fact, after meeting with Shannon, I was
scheduled to speak with a school principal and staff about the importance of