In this eye-opening episode, Kat sits down with Abigail Prout to delve deep into the concept of personal vision and how it guided them through the years of personal and professional growth. They discuss the power of visioning as an ongoing practice, emphasizing the fluidity of human experience and the need to consistently realign our focus.
In this conversation Kat and Abigail reveal the key to their success which is being willing to continually learn and grow as women and business owners. Abigail brings her experience with her Spiral Leadership program for women. She also offers insights into her retreats, which help people reconnect with their inner writer and rediscover the medicinal qualities of poetry. From discussing the dynamic nature of life to tackling the challenges of leadership, this episode offers thoughtful perspectives that encourage us to reevaluate and refresh our personal and professional aspirations.
In this episode, Kat and Abigail talk about:
- How envisioning your goals can shape your life
- The need to revisit and refresh our visions regularly
- How human beings are constantly influenced by their environments
- Abigail’s Spiral Leadership program
- The value of having someone to help you articulate and achieve your vision
- Embracing change as a part of life and making adjustments
- How different people use various outlets like writing and arts to cope
- The struggles one faces while leading and how a clear vision can help
- How your personal vision fits into larger social, environmental systems
- A call to action for anyone feeling disconnected from their vision, emphasizing the need to hit “refresh”
Abigail Morgan Prout has worked as a Co-Active Leadership Coach for the last 23 years, helping thousands of clients hone their leadership presence and impact. For 8 years Abigail has served as faculty for the Co-Active Training Institute, leading their coaching and leadership courses, serving for a spell on the Faculty Development Team. She is the founder of Spiral Leadership, a pioneering feminine forward, nature based course via online and in person retreats. Currently she is passionate about the power of the pen, specifically using poetry and creative writing as a way to cultivating leadership and speed personal growth and transformation. She is the author of “Walk Deep” which won the 2021 Homebound Publications Poetry Prize, the Nautilus book Award, and is currently nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Abigail lives on the small island of Lopez in Washington state with her husband, two children, and their black lab, Bella.
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