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Free Your Mind (Rhona Bennett)

  • Episode #90

Most famous for being part of the R&B vocal sensation En Vogue, Rhona Bennett also happens to be a gifted life coach. She and Melinda break down how spirituality and coaching connect, and how to blend the two for more meaningful transformation.

Rhona Bennett is an internationally known entertainer, life coach, and founder of Personal Power University.

In this episode we discuss:

  • The definition of spirituality in coaching
  • Expressing and communicating personal values
  • Best practices for integrating spirituality and religion into coaching
  • Managing doubts early
  • The differences between spirituality and intuition
  • Meditation in order to achieve the quiet to receive
  • Handling resistance to exploring spirituality in sessions
  • Maintaining a strong connection to the Divine
  • Morning routines as living prayer
  • How to facilitate receiving for a greater capacity to give
“I’ve been able to teach Christians, Muslims, Buddhists, and people who don’t believe in God at all [and] that has come from my own personal growth and a willingness to stretch in what else things can mean.”

Rhona Bennett

With over 30 years as a professional in the entertainment industry, Rhona Bennett has graced the studio, stage, and screen with her talent. A singer, songwriter, actress, dancer, author, life coach, and overall creative spirit, “Miss R&B” has been blessed to travel the world.

Rhona’s entertainment highlights include her start as a Mouseketeer (with Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera, and Britney Spears); her “big break” from Oprah Winfrey to appear in the television series The Women of Brewster’s Place; her recurring role on The Jamie Foxx Show; and her long tenure with the legendary R&B vocal group En Vogue, which has been a recurring collaboration for nearly 20 years.

Apart from her music and acting, she is known as “Coach Rho” — founder of Personal Power University, a coaching school established in 2016. Her motto: “I believe in personal growth and contribution until we leave the planet.”

Resources or websites mentioned in this episode:
Coaches Console
Rhona’s website
Rhona’s Instagram
Rhona’s Facebook

Host: Melinda Cohan
Producer: Michi Lantz
Supervising Producer: Cynthia Lamb
Executive Producer: Danny Iny
Audio Post Supervisors: Evan Miles and Christopher Martin
Audio Post Production: Post Office Sound
Music Soundscape: Chad Michael Snavely
Making our hosts sound great: Home Brew Audio

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Music credits:
Track Title: Clouds
Artist Name: Acreage
Writer Name: Marshall Usinger

Track Title: Coastline Dream
Artist Name: Wild Sky
Writer Name: Adam Simons

Track Title: Coo Coos
Artist Name: Dresden, The Flamingo
Writer Name: Matthew Wigton

Track Title: Stars & Trees
Artist Name: Outside The Sky
Writer Name: Dustin Ransom

Special effects credits:
24990513_birds-chirping_by_promission used with permission of the author and under license by AudioJungle/Envato Market.


Just Between Coaches

This show is like Oprah’s couch, where conversations cut straight to the heart of the topic, but... it’s only for coaches! Melinda Cohan of the Coaches Console explores the tough questions coaches face on a regular basis. With a new guest host each episode, Melinda provides tactical advice and strategies to address issues like “How do I deal with price resistance?” and “Should I fire my client?”