Guy McGowan Interview – PowaForce Oncololgical Coach
Guy McGowan is a Transformational & Ontological Coach, Trainer, Author and co-founder of The PowaForce Forum.
He spent twenty years in the design field of Advertising, Marketing and Branding.
His areas of strength lie in Creative Strategy and 360º thought; an Observer of Language and one’s Way of Being.
Subsequent to the passing in 2011 of Rod Finnie (his mentor, co-founder and friend), Guy has evolved The PowaForce Forum to encompass numerous spheres of New Thinking, believing that constantly stepping into ‘what you don’t know that you don’t know’ will bring Consciousness to an ever-expanding group of people.
In 2013, Guy met Kari Enes, a Kinesiologist living in Norway. Together, they wrote the book She Said He Said, which was published in 2015. Their journey together (although in opposite hemispheres) is all about “Sowing the Seeds of Consciousness” — in assisting as many people across the globe as possible in discovering their own true potential and innate wisdom. “Kari has been, and continues to be, one of the most influential people in my life and perhaps the wisest soul I’ve ever met. Although our togetherness spans many, many lifetimes, there’s much work we’ve yet to accomplish!”
Having been involved in Martial Arts since the early 1980s, his combined philosophical approaches from Creative and Eastern Disciplines provide him with a unique approach to Ontological Coaching.
He is currently involved in assisting people, privately and in business, as leaders and as entrepreneurs, to realise their fullest potential, through transformational coaching sessions, as well as the PowaChange and PowaBase workshops.
Guy was born, and lives in South Africa: a country of cultural and social diversity, where the differing circumstances between the ‘Haves’ and the ‘Have-Nots’ are plain to see.
“My motto in life is ‘Let Go to Let Come’—in order to manifest one’s dreams, goals and ambitions (all of which are absolutely possible), it is necessary to let go of one’s limiting patterns of behaviour; the ‘stories’ we’ve erroneously created for ourselves, which ultimately prevent us from closing the gap between Scarcity and Abundance.
“Each and every one of us has a right to Abundance, and it is my life-long goal to assist people in discovering their own fullest potential, despite their circumstances.”
Guy is a Body and Mind Member, South Africa’s online health directory for healers, therapists and life coaches. Visit his page to find out more information http://www.bodyandmind.co.za/GuyMcGowan