Jackie has spent the last two decades using her deep understanding of human development to aid others, all while using her fluency in American Sign Language to work as a therapist, manager, and consultant for the Deaf.
Jackie Woodside is a psychotherapist, coach, speaker and author, specializing in the power of managing personal energy, rather than time or stress.
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Guest: Jackie Woodside, Author Of “Calming The Chaos”
Erase Your Fear of Failure with Jackie Woodside
Erase those thought processes that lead you to the Fear of Failure! Jackie Woodside, author of Calming the Chaos, teaches you the step-by-step process to erase the Fear of Failure and achieve peace of mind.
Trainer, coach, and Ted Talk speaker Jackie Woodside shares with Evelyn how she has created a life of prayer consciousness and how her life turned around through a masterful life design process. She went from living within her own head to a way of being that is abundant and highly intentional.
Jackie Woodside offers coaching, training, and consciousness-based psychotherapy. Jackie created a spiritually-oriented coaching program titled “The Curriculum for Conscious Living,” which includes three courses: Life Design, Life Mastery, and Living a Transcendent Life.
It may be cliché, but it’s still true, “The only constant in life is Change!” If you’ve been responding to moving out of your comfort zone with less than stellar results, you don’t want to miss my guest, author and Coach, Jackie Woodside, as she shares tips from her new book “What if it’s Time for a Change.” She’ll share: Why
Originally trained as a psychotherapist, Jackie Woodside is a Certified Professional Coach and has been doing professional speaking, training, and coaching since 1995. She works with business owners, entrepreneurs, and inspired individuals from all over the country to help them transform their businesses and their lives into their own unique and exact vision.
he women held the palms of their hands up toward Phillips, eyes closed. “It’s so exciting to sit in the front row and watch you shine,’’ said that night’s leader, Jackie Woodside, in a voice of calm enthusiasm. “We see the meeting as being a slam-dunk …”