April 2, 2020
Hosted by Carolann Fernandes, MA
Based upon my book Mission: Possible – How To Step Into Your True Calling, we will discuss one of the four ways your mission will make itself known to you and share case studies of people who have stepped into their true calling with the intention of inspiring you to actualize your mission and live your best life!
Mission: Possible Program
Thursday at 1 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel
You are born with a mission. You are loaded and coded with a purpose. You have gifts, talents and capacities that are unique to you and when the time is right your mission will reveal itself. Your task is to remain vigilant, pay attention to the clues that life is offering and say “YES” to the call of your mission. By actualizing your mission, you can live a life of meaning and purpose. You can be financial sustainable, you can make a difference and perhaps leave a luminous legacy. You can thrive, rather than just survive and ultimately partake in the birthing of a just, kind sustainable world that works for all. Each week, we have dynamic guests, who have actualized their Life’s Mission. Their powerful journeys serve not only to inspire but to educate and encourage you to identify the unique contribution that you alone are here to make. The world awaits your Brilliance, the world awaits your Mission: Possible. Tune in Thursdays at 1 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Empowerment.
Carolann Fernandes, MA
Born in Malawi Africa, of East Indian decent, at the age of six, I knew two things. I had a mission and I was destined to be in the USA. Just shy of my tenth birthday, my family, friends and entire community suddenly found ourselves amidst a political coup d’etat and were initially given three days to flee. As a result, I arrived in London, a child refugee with my entire life packed in one suitcase and eventually immigrated to the USA. The numerous and profoundly heartbreaking challenges that I endured along the way propelled me onto a lifelong path of personal growth and spirituality and led me to obtain my Master’s degree in Spiritual Psychology.
My entire life experience and education ultimately prepared and led me to the unfolding of my heartfelt mission, which is to assist others to discover their life’s purpose. I provide groundbreaking information and bring a different perspective that can help people discover their life’s purpose and live their best lives.
I am a Social Researcher with an M.A. in Spiritual Psychology. I am the author of “Mission: Possible: How to Step Into Your True Calling” and a Life-Purpose Coach. Additionally, I facilitate both women’s groups and workshops. I am also a founding Member of the non-profit organization Compassion in Action “no one need die alone.” I am a volunteer, an activist, a philanthropist, and a political junkie. An avid traveler, I consider myself a global citizen. Photo Credit: Michael Helms