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December 07, 2017

Thoughts, Actions and Possibilities are the Key to Purpose
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Human beings tend to be driven by their perception of reality versus reality itself. Decision-making is more often based on beliefs disguised as facts than it is based on pure facts themselves. The result is that we end up at places in life’s circumstances where we never really may have intended to go.

Vallori Thomas, ICF-certified coach and Founder of WOW Coaching and Consulting, has learned that perceptions given enough significance and power, ultimately create the results and the outcomes of our lives. On this episode, Vallori shares her personal journey and how changing her perception changed her life.

Join us on Talkzone to explore how Thoughts, Actions and Possibilities are the Key to Purpose
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Vallori Thomas
A practitioner of Context Mastery, with a decade of experience in team/group dynamics, communication, and both one-to-one and group coaching, Vallori has developed expertise in vision building and breakthrough learning. Her coaching practice came about as a direct result of her own experiences and the need to reinvent herself.
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Vallori Thomas
My name is Vallori Thomas, and I am the founder and ICF-certified coach of WOW Coaching and Consulting. In addition, I travel extensively to deliver keynote addresses, motivational speeches, and perception workshops.

A practitioner of Context Mastery, with a decade of experience in team/group dynamics, communication, and both one-to-one and group coaching, I have developed expertise in vision building and breakthrough learning. My coaching practice came about as a direct result of my own experiences and the need to reinvent myself.

There was a time in my life when I couldn’t see possibility of any kind. Because I made poor choices as a young adult, I found myself alone and lost. Everything was gone: my home… my job… my family and friends.

I had lost respect for myself and everyone else. I had no self-esteem, and no hope. I was at rock bottom. I knew that wasn’t a place for me, but I didn’t know what to do about it. I lingered in limbo, and it cost me health, time, freedom and relationships. Sometimes the worst decision is making no decision at all.

Finally, I got to a point where I had to reset, and redefine myself. I decided that the same intensity of focus that got me to rock bottom could also be used to go after what I wanted. So I slowly began to rebuild my life, piece by piece.

One day, after having returned to the workforce, I had a conversation with a coworker, in which she asked: What do you really want?



Learn More About Vallori on her website