Trauma Recovery Coach Miracle Nored Discusses Helping Others Win From Within

Miracle Nored is a Minister, Instructor, Coach, and Author that strategically uses her platforms to break the emotional, and mental barriers and destroy the enemy’s works within her own life and the lives of others. As a community leader, trauma recovery breakthrough coach, and mental health first aid instructor, she is on a mission to educate and empower women by pulling down the disruptive strongholds and uprooting false belief systems that have negatively infiltrated the impact of women around the world.

Miracle’s experience as a successful business owner and intercessor further positions her as a leader in the marketplace and ministry with a degree in Business Management. Miracle serves as CEO of Nored Services alongside her husband Paul and founder of LWSC Community Circle, a nonprofit organization where she bridges the gap between education and resources for women. She is best known for transforming lives through the mighty weapon of prayer, empowerment through the testimony of her personal breakthrough experiences, a strategic blend of the word of God, emotional intelligence, and trauma-informed care to help women show up as the best version of themselves in their personal and professional lives.

We obtained an exclusive interview with Miracle.

Happy Black History Month! What does this time mean for you and how do you celebrate it?

Miracle: Black history means a great deal to me as a black woman. It is a reminder of the struggles, triumphs, and resilience of black people throughout history and a celebration of our culture. To honor and celebrate black history, I take time to explore my own family history and celebrate our history-making moments no matter how big or small as we celebrate those that came before us

What would you like our readers to know about you and the work that you do?

Miracle: I didn’t choose this industry, I have an image calling into it. This is not just a profession, it’s personal and it’s my divine Kingdom assignment according to Luke 4:18 NKjV the spirit of the LORD is upon Me because He has anointed Me to preach the gospel to the poor; He has sent Me to heal the brokenhearted, To proclaim liberty to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, To set at liberty those who are oppressed.

I have always been called to help others win from within and navigate their emotional and mental health challenges. From my mom who lived with unhealed complex trauma and mental health challenges all my life which robbed me of so much as a child, to ministry when I was ordained as a minister in 2007. I’ve trained in biblical counseling and inner healing helping others to get to the root of their issues.

In 2013 when I launched the winning from within punch bowl conversation to help women heal and recover from mental and emotional abuse, and pains from their past to studying clinically about the true science of trauma and how it affects our behaviors and beliefs.

To studying mental health and becoming a mental health instructor so that I can aid in the worldwide mission to end the stigma surrounding mental health and trauma by training mental health first .aiders so that we can be able to help each other in a holistic way right in our households, our schools, our church’s and the communities that we live in.

What impact do you want to make in the world throughout your career?

Miracle: My mission is to inspire a greater level of hope in humanity by helping others to navigate through their emotional and mental health challenges and equip them with tools to win from within so that they can live the quality of life they desire.

What has your journey been like being a black entrepreneur?

Miracle: The entrepreneur journey for me as a black woman has been both an exciting and challenging one. There have been times when it is difficult to access resources and networks or to receive the same opportunities and acknowledgment as my peers. However, there I have some inspiring stories of amazing black women who have helped me successfully navigate the difficult path to becoming and sustaining as an entrepreneur.

Through dedication and hard work, I have been able to create successful businesses and make a positive impact in the communities I am connected to directly and indirectly. Some of the key rewards that I have received in being a black entrepreneur include the ability to build financial security and wealth, the opportunity to pursue a passion, and the satisfaction of making a difference in my family and creating a legacy of hope healing & empowerment.

What are you most passionate about?

Miracle: I am passionate about seeing people win from within, breaking free of the mental and emotional barriers that hold us hostage and causes us to be a prisoner of pain and unhealed trauma without us even realizing it so that we can leave the quality of life we deserve.

How did you get involved with the That Girl community and what do you enjoy most about it?

Miracle: I became aware of the That Girl community maybe seven years ago. I even reached out to Natasha but never followed through. I don’t believe the timing was right. Fast forward to last year in December, I knew it was time for me to take a leap of faith in what I was passionate about professionally and personally. After one call with her, I literally bet the whole It was a no-brainer for me to connect with Natasha, first of all, I love the culture of collaboration that she building within the community and her confidence is contagious and just what I needed to keep my fire blazing.

What projects are you currently working on or are in the works?

Miracle: Currently, I’m working on building a trauma recovery coaching/consulting Institute & wellness center and launching the My Mental Health Matters campaign.

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