Jeff Arthur is an executive coach and founder of The Values Conversation, an organization that brings coaches and clients together. We talk about values, how to clarify values, and what coaching is. We also talk about Jeff’s growing up experience and life lessons.
Jonathan is a neighbor I’ve had the privilege of getting to know. He has mild cerebral palsy (something I kept mispronouncing during the conversation). Jonathan has received some training at a local tech school (Rankin) for architectural work. He’s currently trying to get a local, general labor type of job to get some work experience. Basically, this conversation is just getting to know Jonathan a little better and introducing him to anyone who would like to listen.
If you use a podcast app, like iTunes, please give a review of Conversations About Life.
I was in the home of Pancho and Emma. Pancho and Emma have three children, the oldest having severe autism. I talk with Emma about family life and thoughts concerning autism. We also talk about Emma’s Christian faith and how she practices it.
Mary Kate is a musician and song writer. I appreciate how Mary Kate is using her talent. She performs with an attractive confidence and joy. We talk about artistic expression, what Mary Kate has been working on lately based on the Enneagram, and then we ramble on a bit. I think I probably talked too much, but I appreciate the conversation and I appreciate Mary Kate’s responses to the questions I brought up. Mary Kates song, “What You Say” plays at the end of the conversation.