Megan Jaworski

Megan Jaworski

I always wanted to ‘make a difference’. After teaching for nearly seven years in five countries around the world, establishing a charity and a school in Zimbabwe for orphans and children who lived on the streets, teaching in a leper colony in India, and teaching within the private and public sector within Australia, I realised what my true passion was – changing people’s lives for the better. My coaching has led to helping so many people in such a meaningful way. Recently I ran a workshop for year nine and ten students on a model of adult development I learnt in my Meta Dynamics training. The feedback I received from the students blew my mind. About twenty students came up to me wanting to talk to me and share their story. One girl was suicidal and seeing a psychologist. She said “this is the first thing that has ever made sense to me. I can see a light now. I am not sure how to get there but I now know where I want to go.” Teenager after teenagers shared their stories. And I hugged, coached and inspired. That for me is success. I believe that success for me comes down to my mindset, the community I am involved in, my drive and passion to make a difference. I use the tools and information I am taught at TCI and I trust that it will work, every time. No one benefits by me choosing to play small. So every day I wake up and I ask myself “how am I going to choose to play big in life today? How will today be extraordinary?”

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