Are you empowered by your sensitivity or is it overpowering you?
Maria Pascucci “empowers sensitive women to release the pressure to be perfect, transform their sensitivity into an asset and reclaim their health, energy, voices, confidence and power.
“Maria has been a featured women’s leadership keynote speaker at universities and events across the US, including TEDx, Purdue University, ConfidenceUNG and the University of Virginia.”
(From a bio on one of her sites. She also coaches some men.)
Maria Pascucci says:
“Your sensitivity, vulnerability, compassion and empathy are your greatest power sources as women and as leaders.
“You don’t need to toughen up or be perfect to make your mark on the world.
“Trust yourself. You are WORTHY and AMAZING just the way you are!
“Come home to your gifts and your legacy. Reclaim your confidence as you reclaim your spirit.
“The world is waiting for you.”
Certified Professional Life Coach
Women’s Empowerment Expert
Transformational Nutrition Educator
Author, Speaker, Sensitive Leader
Managing your energy as a highly sensitive person
One of her resources is the Sensitive Soul’s Power Meter
“Within Just 60 Minutes: I can tell you EXACTLY why you’ve spent your whole life viewing your sensitivity as a curse. This tool can tell you precisely:
- What is draining your highly sensitive body of its precious energy
- What it will take to patch up the leaks
- Plus, how to transform your sensitivity into an asset so you can reclaim your health, energy, voice and power while leading confidently in the skin you’re in minus all the overwhelm.
Learn more about the Sensitive Soul’s Power Meter.
Testimonials about Maria’s programs include these:
“Maria’s coaching style is a recipe for success… In my coaching business it’s helping me assess fit with prospects, as well as optimizing interactions with clients.” – Phillip Barone, Transformational Nutrition Coach
“Because of the information that I learned about myself, I now have a greater opportunity to understand how my personality handles stress and what my potential for greater good is.” – Layne Lyons, Nutritionist “to help exhausted women increase their energy.”
A number of artists and actors identify as being highly sensitive. Here are two examples:
Musician Alanis Morissette: “I am very sensitive to the interactions I have with people…
“Being a sensitive empath is a beautiful thing as an artist, and it fosters a deep burning curiosity about why we do the things we do.”
From my article Introverted, Shy or Highly Sensitive in the Arts.
Jessica Chastain: “I’m very sensitive in real life. I cannot not cry if someone around me is crying…even if it’s not appropriate.
“I have that thing in me, a weakness or sensitivity.”
From article Jessica Chastain and High Sensitivity.
Being unusually emotional and crying more easily may be parts of our trait of high sensitivity – but, of course, it is not a “weakness.”
Maria Pascucci notes she “empowers sensitive women to transform their sensitivity into an asset and reclaim their health, energy, voices, confidence and power.”
Learn about her programs and free resources at her site MariaPascucci.com.