“The fundamental objective of the formation of the lay faithful is an ever-clearer discovery of one’s vocation and the ever-greater willingness to live it so as to fulfill one’s mission.”
St. John Paul II (Christifideles Laici, #58)
What Is Wonderfully Made About?
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Your gifts and talents are sacred and irrevocably gifted to you. (Rom 11:29)
They should never be buried or neglected. (Matt 25:14-30)
You are meant to shine very brightly. (Matthew 5:14-16)
To live life to the full. (John 10:10)
And to truly flourish, these talents must be identified, cultivated, and unleashed in your life, for your joy, and for God’s greater glory.
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Hi, I’m Lisa Mladinich!
As a Gallup-Certified Professional Strengths Coach, my life’s greatest passion is to help you grow exponentially in your God-given talents, which is why my programs rely on three powerful elements:
- The beliefs and values of our Catholic faith
- The CliftonStrengths assessment’s incredibly-nuanced talent and personality feedback
- The deep and transformational work of life coaching
I would love to tell you more about how you can level up and transform your life, for your joy and God’s glory.
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