“Legacy of Leaders” with Nada Frazier from The Sacred Servant

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On “Legacy of Leaders,” Suzie Becker welcomes outstanding leaders to this uplifting and interesting show, filled with practical advice, personal experiences and tips for business leaders and aspiring leaders. This week, Suzie sits down with Nada Frazier from The Sacred Servant.


Nada Frazier
Therapist and Life & Death Coach; Certified End-of-Life Doula at The Sacred Servant
Website Address: www.thesacredservant.com

Short company description:

Nada Frazier, MSW, RCSWI, is the owner of The Sacred Servant, Inc., where she offers in-person and online counseling/therapy as a Florida Registered Clinical Social Worker Intern and life and death coach. Nada is a Certified Grief-Informed Professional and Certified End-of-Life Doula. Nada is affiliated with Life Counseling Center, Inc. (www.lccjax.com).

How do you define success?

I define success for myself as a life well lived in gratitude and in alignment with my values, and with vision, integrity, compassion, love, and sacred service. I believe many of us die as we have chosen to live, and if I live as I described above, I will die a success.

How did you get started in your field or work?

I have been accompanying and supporting those who are ill and approaching the end of their life since I was a child living with my grandparents on their Texas farm. Prior to hospices becoming prevalent, families often had a family member who served ill family members. In my family, that was my Grandmother Hope (who I am named for). When I lived with her on the family farm, I learned that life and death are part of the natural cycle of life. I worked over 40 years as a litigation paralegal by day and I am still a Florida Registered Paralegal. At night and on weekends I was a hospice volunteer and end-of-life doula sacred servant. A few years ago, I decided to step away from working full time as a paralegal and go back to school to complete my Master’s Degree in Social Work which now allows me the opportunity to be a sacred servant at an even deeper level through my work as a social worker therapist/counselor and life and death coach.