Jessica Zemple believes that people are like oysters with pearls hidden within them and she has made it her mission to help uncover them. A professional life and business coach, Zemple spent over fifteen years leading Fortune 500 companies through major organizational transformations. Now, the self-proclaimed pearl shucker is focused on living her best life, traveling the world and helping others discover their inner purpose.
She built her own business, Life Shucker (naturally), so she could provide leadership coaching, workshops, retreats, and spark inspiration with groups all over the world. She is a traveler. She is an entrepreneur. And, like many of us, she wanted to create a life where she could balance both successfully as a traveling entrepreneur.
Want to take this idea of affirmations a little further? Check out Life Shucker founder Jessica Zemple’s tips on finding your inner wisdom, then schedule a session with her as the new year kicks into high gear. As she constantly reminds me: “There is absolutely nothing you have to do in this world to be valuable. Yes, you have to deliver results in any career. Delivering results is different than being inherently valuable. And, let’s face it. If the people you are working with don’t see your true value are they really the people you want to work with?”
Check out Life Shucker founder Jessica Zemple's tips on finding your inner wisdom, then schedule a session with her as the new year kicks into high gear. As she constantly reminds me: "There is absolutely nothing you have to do in this world to be valuable. Yes, you have to deliver results in any career. Delivering results is different than being inherently valuable. And, let's face it. If the people you are working with don't see your true value are they really the people you want to work with?"
Then I met Jessica Zemple, a writer and coach who shared a story with me that changed everything, especially the way I operate...She saw my emotional confusion and shared an excerpt from the Tao of Pooh, which in summary goes as follows: So often, we try to force the round peg into the square hole and the square peg into the round hole—simply an egotistical desire of making pegs fit where they don’t belong. Wu Wei (ancient Chinese principle) instead says “don’t try too hard.” It asks us to trust in the natural laws around us and let things be the way they are. We think we’re clever and going the extra mile will lead us to better results, but it isn’t that way. The easier path is to know oneself and trust oneself, and everything will unfold.
As my dear friend and Life Shucker Jessica Zemple puts it: “We are part of a society that rewards doing. The problem with doing all the time is that you become part of a perpetual cycle of getting things done and never really slow down to determine if you are getting the right things done... the things that really matter, like connecting with your loved ones or pursuing your passion.”
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