Kim Avery Coaching

Daring to Answer the Song of Your Heart with Christopher McCluskey, PCC (Part 1) – Podcast #006

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Welcome to Episode 6 of Professional Christian Coaching Today in which we sit down with our show’s host, Christopher McCluskey, to hear his story as he has dared to answer the song of his heart, a song placed there by God.

Raised in a healthy Christian family, Chris was blessed beyond measure. But that didn’t make mean his path would be without countless challenges and overwhelming obstacles to answer God’s call on his life—a call that has not only touched his professional and personal life but also the lives of thousands.

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Chris’s story offers important life lessons we could all learn from:

  • The importance of honoring the song God has place in your heart
  • Choosing to persevere in the face of adversity
  • Committing to running and finishing the race God has set before you
  • Sacrificing short-term pleasures for long-term gains
  • How a supportive family or community helps us weather life’s storms
  • And more

Click here to download the transcript of “Daring to Answer the Song of Your Heart with Christopher McCluskey, PCC (Part 1)”


 
Be sure to tune in for part two of Chris’ story next week and learn how the worst—and the best—was yet to come.

Until then, keep Raising the Standard and Changing the World!

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4 Comments

  1. MaryLou Caskey

    Thank you so much for sharing your story with so much passion and encouragement. I especially appreciated how you shared that things didn’t go smoothly and an “easy” transition.

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  2. MaryLou Caskey

    Thank you so much for sharing your story with so much passion and encouragement. I especially appreciated how you shared that things didn’t go smoothly and an “easy” transition.

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  3. Carl Dierschow

    I totally agree that challenges either pull families together or blow them apart. I observed this directly when my father died: An event which often results in bickering and infighting between the children actually became a powerful force for strengthening bonds.

    I believe that this is, to a great extent, a choice. When you’re committed to each other and the strength of the relationship, uncertainty can help you draw on each other for help. When other priorities take over, it’s easy to let events tear you apart.

    Thank you, Chris and Kim!

    Carl

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  4. Carl Dierschow

    I totally agree that challenges either pull families together or blow them apart. I observed this directly when my father died: An event which often results in bickering and infighting between the children actually became a powerful force for strengthening bonds.

    I believe that this is, to a great extent, a choice. When you’re committed to each other and the strength of the relationship, uncertainty can help you draw on each other for help. When other priorities take over, it’s easy to let events tear you apart.

    Thank you, Chris and Kim!

    Carl

    Reply

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