When your body, mind, spirit, health, and wealth are aligned, you’ll find the whole of you living in perfect balance!

We’ll be exploring every element of Holistic Wholeness from the personal to the global. The definition of Holistic comes from the word ‘holism’ which comes from the Greek word ‘holos’ meaning complete.

Holistic Wholeness is a model for viewing you as a whole rather than a sum of parts. Viewing yourself as a a ‘whole’ allows you to understand each complimentary element and how they interact.

Your hosts Barbara J. Cormack and Dawn A. Campbell are successful entrepreneurial Coaches, Mentors, Trainers, and published Authors. They both practice within the holistic wholeness community from a personal and business perspective; supporting clients via 1-2-1 sessions, training courses, tailored workshops, interactive webinars and their growing catalogue of books.

Make joining Barbara and Dawn for their unique monthly show one of your new healthier habits from January 2015 when you’ll be entertained, educated, encouraged, and empowered into creating a holistic lifestyle. Not least because their results-orientated approach ensures you’ll benefit from hearing about practical solutions, tips, tools, techniques and resources to implement, so you too can achieve the life you desire.

As you review this year and look forward to the next calendar year, this is the time to think about your own personal and professional growth. Join Barbara and Dawn as this explore your options for growth.

Originally aired on 
Saturday 28th November, 2015 
@ 7am UK time

Coach Radio International

Recommended reading and suggestions discussed in the show:

  • Get Out of Your Own Way
  • Reflect on 2015 and work through your own Wheel of Personal and Professional Growth.
  • As you reflect on 2015, capture and recognise your own successes and achievements from this year.  How will you recognise these and reward yourself?

Growth is never by mere chance;
it is the result of forces working together.
James Cash Penney


We need 4 hugs a day for survival.
We need 8 hugs a day for maintenance.
We need 12 hugs a day for growth.
Virginia Satir


Your most important “want” should be the one you can control!
Shannon L. Alder


Strength and growth come only
through continuous effort and struggle.
Napoleon Hill


Life is growth.
If we stop growing,
technically and spiritually,
we are as good as dead.
Morihei Ueshiba


Intellectual growth should commence at birth
and cease only at death.
Albert Einstein