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#154: Creating Sanctuary: Healing Inside and Thriving Outside featuring P. Annie Kirk

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#154: Creating Sanctuary: Healing Inside and Thriving Outside featuring P. Annie Kirk

In this interview with our special guest P. Annie Kirk about the importance of creating a sanctuary for leaders.
June 22, 2022

#154: Creating Sanctuary: Healing Inside and Thriving Outside featuring P. Annie Kirk

In this episode, we talk with our special guest P. Annie Kirk about the importance of creating a sanctuary for leaders.

Annie, also known as Annie Red Bird, is a social worker turned coach and guide for inner and outer sanctuary growth and transformation. She is also a sanctuary and healing garden design expert, intuitive coach, and aspiring farmer in Oregon, United States.

She is the Founder and Creative Director of Red Bird Restorative Gardens, a design consultancy creating elevated healing and empowering space restorative to a precious, energetic, and fulfilled life.

Annie shares about the “Sanctuary Within” and why it’s important for healthcare leaders to have a “sanctuary place.”

We also talk about the Sanctuary SELF Solution to help leaders with healing and personal transformation and some practical action steps to enhance your “Being” muscle.

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