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Have You Found Your CALLing? (1345 hits)

I speak from personal experience when I say that it sometimes takes us a while to find our true purpose in life. It was there all along, but I wasn’t walking in it. I spent thousands of tuition dollars in the wrong major and years of my life in the wrong career before I finally stumbled my way into my true purpose in life. But, it was in me all along and in retrospect, I recognized all of the clues. God has given each of us gifts that fit our personalities and interests. But, most often, we are unable to see the full picture.

I know many people who have continued to “go through the motions” in life while inside being frustrated and unhappy in their careers, their roles in ministry and/or their relationships. They have not truly identified their gifts and purpose in life. They also have not analyzed how their personal traits impact their interactions with others.

For the past few years, I’ve recognized that part of my own calling is to encourage and empower others to find their true passion. Therefore, I am excited to announce my newest coaching tool! “The Call”, a vocational & life purpose tool, is the first of its kind to measure the whole person. It is a comprehensive assessment that helps you make wiser choices about your education, your career, your relationships and your life purpose. The Call provides a comprehensive picture of who you are and how God wired you as a unique individual with a calling, a purpose and a destiny.

The Call gives you a personalized report that measures:
~7 motivational gifts and life purpose
~18 major personality and behavior traits
~6 major occupational interest groups
~5 dynamics of your unique thinking style and pace

WHO should take THE CALL?
STUDENTS in need of career direction
ADULTS in career transition or seeking a new opportunity
COUPLES or WORK TEAMs who want to improve their interactions with each other
COACHES & COUNSELORS who work with clients in the area of life purpose and career coaching
THOSE IN MINISTRY LEADERSHIP ROLES who coach, mentor or pastor others

If anyone is interested in finding out more about this tool, please let me know.
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Friday, April 24th 2009 at 12:02PM
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Hey, I know exactly what you mean, I found my career with the Government at a late age. I enjoy my job, my Associates are the best. I work 8 hours Monday-Friday, all weekends off, all Federal Holidays, earn sick leave and annual leave per pay period. I really wish in my early 20's or early 30's I would have found this job. Good Luck
Monday, June 15th 2009 at 4:13PM
Susan Joines
Susan, thanks for your comments. I'm glad you are in the right place! It makes such a difference to your physical and mental health to enjoy what you do and where you work. Continued success to you!
Monday, June 15th 2009 at 10:33PM
Hi Talayah, you have written my life/career story. I am just coming out, through changed and positive thinking of my disappointment with my career and with my efforts and struggles to achieve a formal education not being validated yet. Not being accepted and not getting a high enough LSAT score discouraged me for a few years, but I am back studying for it...currently laid off, it is a bit frustrating, but as WE have always done, I persevere.
Thursday, August 6th 2009 at 1:47PM
Donna Davis
Did not see all of your blog when I previously commented. I am interested in this tool...relationship is another area that is of concern...previously, I have overlooked red flags that have caused many issues...thank God for growth and awareness...still looking for a righteious one, however!
Thursday, August 6th 2009 at 1:51PM
Donna Davis
Donna, it is all about growth and awareness! First, we have to know ourselves. Then, everything else will fall into place. Let me know if you're interested in taking The CALL. You can reach me at talayah@talayahstovall.com.
Thursday, August 6th 2009 at 2:38PM
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