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When we encountered New Age philosophies in Life Coaching that ran counter to our Christian beliefs, we decided to take the best practices of Life Coaching and infuse them with the rich traditions of our Catholic Faith. We're Matt and Erin Ingold, Catholic coaches and the founders of Metanoia Catholic, our Catholic Life Coaching Company. Join us as we share practical coaching tips to being transformed by the renewing of your mind so that you can be free to discover and choose your greatest c ...
 
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Get your journal ready, cholerics! We've learned if you ask better questions, you get better answers. In our 2nd episode of our 4-part series, we're sharing the journal prompts that the choleric will find most inspiring. Our dominant temperaments will often color what we value and what motivates us. Whether you are a choleric who wants to get more …
 
By far our most popular podcast series in 2022 was on the four temperaments. We get it. The journey towards heaven always starts with self-awareness, and for that, temperaments are a great starting point. We know at Metanoia how transformative journaling can be, but also know that based on your temperament some questions may be better journal promp…
 
Can you imagine a parish where people knew their unique gifts and shared them abundantly? It can transform a parish when leaders know their strengths. On this episode, we have Patrick Malyneaux, founder of the Human Formation Coalition, helping us flesh out this vision for robust human formation. Pat focuses on elevating awareness and conversation …
 
Can you imagine a church that is focused on what we can give rather than what we receive? Can you also imagine the SAME church not feeling guilty for our wealth? In this episode, we bring back our friend, Lisa Canning (The Possibility Mom) to talk about her "coming out as a Catholic entrepreneur" and how she helps Catholics unlock their creative po…
 
In this age of keyboard-courage, social media can be filled with trolls and cyber-bulling. The troll is not willing to enter into dialogue, right? They just want to be heard and their opinion is what it is. They don't want a discussion. That's what is so frustrating... But perhaps God is allowing this for your growth and betterment. As you prepare …
 
Do you set boundaries out of fear or love? Most people use fear as the motivator when it comes to setting boundaries. It may be time to shift your perspective to create healthier habits. Fear not, they aren't as scary as they seem! Plus, boundaries actually benefit your relationships. In this episode, we give 7 do's and 7 don'ts for setting boundar…
 
What's your personal vocation? If you're tempted to say "priest" or "married," this episode is for you. Personal vocation is actually happening right now. It means you have a unique mission, purpose, and expression of God that ONLY YOU in all of history will ever be able to share with God's Kingdom. Join us with Dr. Josh Miller from Franciscan Univ…
 
Ever feel frustrated, defeated, or DREAD when it comes to fasting? Enter our guest, Beth, the Catholic Spiritual Fasting Coach, with some tips on how to enjoy the Christmas feast without the distraction of overeating. When we bring our fasting to the Lord, a strength beyond us emerges from within in situations where we feel very powerless. Beth tea…
 
As coaches, we're not supposed to use the "q" word. But yes, we are talking about... quitting! Join us in this episode about our thought patterns that lead to quietly quitting: you know, when you no longer feel committed to one of your commitments. Sometimes we quit before even starting. We have Hannah Dustman here and are coaching each other on ou…
 
There are four pillars of formation for the human person: Intellectual formation, spiritual formation, vocational formation, and human formation. Human formation is an area that we've recognized as a deep poverty in the church. This will be a complete game changer because it is the foundation that all other pillars are built upon. Sure, we can know…
 
"Hindsight is 20/20." Looking back on what we wish we knew then... We are continuing our 2-part mini-series this week on the 20 human formation lessons we wish we had when we were 20. Last episode we shared the first 10, and this episode we are going to reveal the last 10. What we're sharing with you is what we wish we know decades ago, and how thi…
 
What if you could go back to your 20s and give yourself some advice. What would you say? In this episode, we're sharing our first 10 of 20 tips we wish we knew in our 20s that would have made all the difference in our lives. We look particularly at the human formation side of things that we weren't taught in a classroom and have had to learn throug…
 
What is your dominant coaching style? Take our quiz here to find out! In today's episode, we go through and unpack the five different styles of coaching: the visionary, guide, commander, healer, and encourager. We lay out where the coach finds motivation in each style and where the client finds return on investment in each style. When we know our d…
 
When you think about your parish, does the word Thriving, come to mind? Or another word 😬? In this episode, Matt interviews Fr. James Mallon, founder and President of Divine Renovation Ministries and author of Divine Renovation: From a Maintenance to a Missional Parish. Hear from a pastor who took a risk, shook up the status quo at his parish, and …
 
Is your work helping you become a Saint? No, we don't just mean penitentially! Today, we've brought on special guest John Cannon, founder of SENT Ventures, to share how entrepreneurship and your professional life can be a means of deep connection with God. So hop into the podcast. You may just discover how to unlock the sanctifying power of your ni…
 
Forgiveness: we all struggle with it. Especially when we know we are in the right... In this episode, Erin opens the personal journal and shares her recent mindset work on a perceived "attack on Catholic coaching!" She shares why unforgiveness was so sticky, and how capturing some thoughts on Being Right led to all the ways she was being wrong. ► S…
 
You ever hear the prayer, "Lord, give me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference?" This podcast is the answer to that prayer 🙏 . Want to ditch the pain that comes with resisting the reality of what is in and out of our control? Listen in and learn how to find p…
 
In this episode, we invited some incredible guests from our Catholic Coaching community to share their experience of growing together. One of the biggest advantages of being in a tight community of other Catholic coaches is that we're all focused on the same goals: to be an excellent Catholic coach and to be in alignment with our faith. Having peop…
 
Are you thinking about homeschooling your kids? This might be for you. In this episode, we re-air our interview from the Kolbecast Podcast and offer some essential nuggets of self-reflection to consider whether homeschooling is a fit for you and your family. In this decision, we first examine the universal call to holiness, then your Vocation (in t…
 
If you call yourself a Christian, you have entered into the greatest personal development program on the planet. Christ is calling each one of to renew every ounce of our life, not just the parts when where we're in church. In this podcast, we talk with entrepreneur, speaker, coach, author, and podcaster: Leah Darrow! We focus on the weakest of the…
 
In this episode, we look at the Phlegmatic temperament, the strengths and weaknesses it brings to relationships, and how we can lean into the motivations of our Phlegmatic loved ones to help them be more authentic with those closest to them. While there is nothing wrong with being people-oriented and relationship-driven, the desire to not experienc…
 
Our Melancholic loved ones have an active imagination. It's a great gift, but where can the robust and hidden interior life of the melancholic become an obstacle to relationships? Better yet, how can we respond to our melancholic loved ones in a way that builds connection by leveraging the strengths of their temperament? In Part 3 of a 4-part serie…
 
We love our sanguines, but sometimes they can make it a challenge. In Part 2 of our 4-part series on living the temperaments in relationship, we're discussing some of the natural strengths and weaknesses of the Sanguine temperament to enter into more meaningful relationships. If you are a parent or spouse of a Sanguine, we've got some tips on how t…
 
While people of the choleric temperament have a lot of great attributes, boy can they be tough to love sometimes. But what if there was a way to use the habits of the choleric to your advantage to enter into a deeper relationship. NO! It's not manipulation. Rather, it's honoring the strengths of this powerful temperament while leveraging the natura…
 
Ever feel like the pressure from our culture of tolerance is keeping you from being authentic and loving others well? We often think that we have two options when it comes to disagreements with loved on. This episode is focused on helping you understand your temperaments from a Catholic perspective and identify areas where you may be resisting the …
 
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