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What is a Family Constellator with Noomi Natan
Episode 40214th February 2023 • LIVETHEFUEL • Scott W. Mulvaney
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Digging into Leadership Coaching and the Family Constellator:

Noomi Melchior Natan is an internationally-experienced leadership coach and courage catalyst who helps leaders and business owners generate the results they want, while also increasing their joy. Noomi’s work centers on embracing being fully human in every part of life, including work. She often helps unlock deep layers of imposter syndrome and other success blocks, by diving into patterns that were created all the way back in the client’s childhood. She helps those with integrity tap into their inner power, so they can achieve their goals, make the most of their potential and stand up for what they believe in.

Quote: You Are The Asset ~ Noomi Natan

Noomi describes herself as a recovered perfectionist and a practical idealist who dreams of a world which is safe for everyone. She has worked as a coach for more than 15 years after doing a degree in journalism, working in marketing and events and completing an internship in the US Congress. Noomi specializes in deeply transformational work and has helped clients working in a wide range of industries from the owners of micro-businesses to CEOs of major household names. She is a certified coach, NLP practitioner and has a certificate in Adult Training and Development from the University of Toronto. She is also qualified in Family Constellations and Organizational Constellations. Noomi is also the host of the inspirational podcast Leadership Behind the Scenes and the founder of the Female Inner Power Club.


Today’s Top 3 Takeaways:

  1. Leadership Catalyst
  2. Vulnerability & Transparency
  3. Family Constellator

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Timestamped Show Notes:

  • 00:30 - Introduction
  • 12:00 - It's about being wholehearted, for me, it's like my whole heart is in the coaching, I do not take it for granted. 15 years later, when people show up and whether they paid or their organization paid, they are giving me a part of themselves, often a part of themselves that they didn't plan to give.
  • 15:45 - I think one of the problems is we talk about being professional. There's one part of it, and we could define us being dedicated to your work, being deliberate, giving it your best and showing up with dignity to whoever you're with. I'll say the right thing. I'll do the right thing in the right way.
  • 21:15 - This is also where I think lots of people go through an existential crisis, like, who am I? I don't even know who I am. I don't even know what matters to me. I don't know. I mean, I know you've gone through different transitions. I don't know if you've ever been into a place where you've gone like, I don't even know who am I?
  • 31:55 - I've seen a lot of people now draw elephants. But it's that piece of how can we not make it a big scary thing? What's the weigh in and then I often go first. I don't go with a rehearsed story, I drop into something that is real and raw for me. This is so I role model it and so people feel it because you can feel in a room when someone's being real and vulnerable and then usually someone else's brave. As soon as one person in the team has gotten more vulnerable, then maybe not everyone, but pretty much everyone will go there.
  • 45:00 - If it's about you, it's a problem. The thing is, other people's reactions to us is never really about us. It's about what they think we are and their thoughts about us. I keep coming back to the book the Four Agreements at this point.
  • 52:56 - Final Words Shown Below…

Our Final Words of the Show:

I love just trust what comes, which for me, maybe that is the message. Trust what comes. I think get out of the way and just ask yourself, how could you show up and have a lot of fun adding a lot of impact. If it feels really hard and clunky and difficult and off, you're probably not at your best. You're probably not having the best impact and the biggest impact you could in the world. I do think you're here to do the very most with whatever you were given in the bag of DNA and life experiences, etc. So it's all about how can I have more fun adding more impact today? I think if people ask themselves a question like that every day, really great things will happen.  

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