Overcoming Mediocrity - Volume IV

REMARKABLE WOMEN - These stories are meant to inspire and encourage women to realize their true potential.

 

 

 

 

Jane Bishop

Jane Bishop is the founder and owner of Take The Next Step, which emerged out of her passion to help others “go for their It.” She is known as someone who lives forward. Jane’s passion for life and encouraging others is evident, whether chatting with a friend over a cup of coffee, brainstorming with a leadership team, or addressing hundreds of professionals from a platform. Her authenticity, enthusiasm, and innate desire to keep it all about the other person, provides the foundation for a captivating experience.

Recognized as an energetic speaker and trainer, Jane stirs her audiences with a “not to be forgotten” style, blending her teaching skills, experience and sense of humor. She challenges participants with powerful messages of opportunity and action. Her background of travel and change early in life as a military dependent has served her well and has allowed her to work with diverse populations across the United States.

Jane holds degrees from three institutions, has attained the Associate Certified Coach (ACC) credential, is a certified trainer for Basic Coaching Skills, and a DISC trainer/assessor. She is part of the virtual faculty of Coaching4Todays Leaders/Coaching4Clergy. Jane has written for numerous periodicals, is a contributing author in a seminary textbook and actively volunteers in her church and community. She is a life-long learner following her belief that “when a person stops learning, they stop living.”

 

Jane Bishop
Life Coach ৷ Speaker। Author
Take The Next Step
jane@takethenextstepcct.com
www.takethenextstepcct.com
404-432-2701

 

 

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“Will the real YOU Please Stand Up?”

Life is a journey full of cycles and sequences of activities. It is marked by events, moments and opportunities. My journey has provided training on how to be the person I was created to be so that the real me could stand up. There have been no headlines along the way, no RSS feeds or trending on Twitter. I have learned that headlines don’t make a person extraordinary or remarkable. It’s consistently being the real you and standing on your story. “It’s extraordinary how extraordinary the ordinary person is.” (unknown)

 

 

 

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