A little bit about me
Christine Clifton is a possibilities thinker. She believes in the power of connection: to Source, Self, and Service. When this connection is fostered, anything is possible and life flows.
A 20-year veteran of chronic illness with a genetic connective tissue disorder, Christine had to learn practical coping skills as well as spiritual expansion practices in order to surThrive. She became an expert at doing less while seeing greater results because the traditional models she had been taught in career and entrepreneurship simply exhausted her.
As a result, she’s dedicated to teaching soul-powered people of service how to keep their inner fire burning so they don’t burn out. The world is CHEATED without their voice and work in it!
They often over-give in order to feel of value… and they skip over serving themselves. This bypass causes stagnancy, aimlessness, and burnout because they’ve lost their awareness of their own evolution – and who they are… today. By facilitating their connection to their calling, Christine teaches them to better align their practical DOing with their natural BEing to find flow in their work, health, and life again.
She’s the author of “You don’t have to shout to Stand Out”, “Your Spirit at Work”, and the upcoming “Get Ready. Get Set. FLOW.” She became a natural student of human behavior and motivators during her 20-year management career and current 12 years of entrepreneurship. Christine holds an MBA in Marketing and a BA in Business Administration and is also a graduate of Coach U. She’s a Certified Multiple Natures facilitator, a Certified Reiki master, and a Certified Access Bars Practitioner. Christine is highly connected to energy flow, which helps her work with her clients to navigate using their intuition.
As an inspirational speaker, her fresh, interactive approach engages audiences with her stories, lessons, and wit. She can be found tooling around Saxaphaw, NC, in JOY, her spice orange, MINI Cooper convertible; eating at the area farm-to-table restaurants; and listening to local musicians play.
What Christine’s Clients say…