As a mindset coach, I work from the assumption that we create our own reality by the thoughts we think. It’s a beautiful and simple way of dealing with any problem that we might face. We only ever have to change our thoughts, and that’s a whole lot easier than trying to change the world around us. It’s a simple as that.
But does it work?
Absolutely! I’ve been living in this way for years now, and reaping the benefits of feeling more peaceful, experiencing less anger and irritation and being able to achieve my personal goals in a much less stressful way than I would have if I didn’t take such a level of personal responsibility, but my clients have benefited from it as well.
Not only does it work, but it’s fun too. Once you start experimenting with the techniques available, and see how your perception of your life changes along the way, you’ll become more motivated to keep going, and more excited about the possibilities.
It sounds too easy …
It sounds easy, yes. And it is, once you get the hang of it, but initially, the idea of creating your own reality through your thoughts can seem quite radical. And it certainly takes a lot of practice. It becomes a way of life rather than just a quick solution to a problem. And because there is so much information on mindset available, some of it conflicting, it can be confusing once you start with this approach but your results are not what you’ve been led to expect.
It’s not necessarily a quick fix. It can be, depending on the particular issue you’re working with, but it can also take some time. Ultimately, it depends on your willingness to change and on… your thoughts about how easy or hard you expect it to be. Of course;-)
|Nothing comes from without, all things come from within.
Why do I need a coach if I’m only working on my own mindset?
• A coach is a valuable addition on your personal development journey. It can get confusing and discouraging at times, because we’re not always patient enough with ourselves. Personal development is also a bit like standing too close to those optical illusion pictures. You need some distance to really see whole picture, and a coach can provide this, especially when you’re in the thick of change.
• People, in general, don’t like change, so it’s in our nature to avoid it as much as possible. On your personal development journey, you’ll experience resistance, self-sabotage, fear and confusion. It’s all normal, and can be worked through with a good coach. In fact, a coach can help you work through these much faster than you would by yourself, because of the objective viewpoint that the coach has.
• A coach can help you focus on what’s important, so that you don’t get lost on your journey or side tracked. If you came to your coach with a personal goal or endpoint in mind, the coach will be your compass while you work through your stuff.
• Coaching is solution oriented in nature. We don’t work through past or current traumas. You’d need a qualified psychotherapist for that, and as a coach focussed on personal responsibility, I would encourage you wholeheartedly to get the professional help you need if you find yourself in a situation where you need therapy. It’s an act of personal empowerment to seek professional help where needed.
• As a coach, I work with you on achieving goals, overcoming certain stumbling blocks along the way, and, in my case, I work a lot on your mindset, your thinking patterns. I’m a qualified Master NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) practitioner, so I use techniques from that field as well to help you master your mind.
|You can control any situation if you first control yourself.
Florence Scovel Shinn
What sort of issues can a mindset coach help me with?
• The short answer is “anything”.
• The long answer is any issue in your life that does not require other professional intervention first. Coaching is not a replacement for psychotherapy or medical help. It can work well alongside these services, but it’s not a replacement for them.
• To give you an idea of the kind of issues I can help you with, I’ve worked with people making major life decisions, entrepreneurial issues, creative blocks, writers block, confidence building, reduction of stress, goal achievement, parental difficulties and many more.
How many sessions do I need?
That depends on you and what you’re trying to achieve. Some people have regularly monthly sessions, others prefer quarterly check-ins, while others book an appointment as and when needed.
Since a coach helps you on your journey, it’s best to have regular sessions – but it depends on you how far apart you want them to be. The coach and client form a relationship and the coaching journey changes over time as you grow and become the person you aim to be.
Having a mindset coach is like stopping on your way to holiday to ask for directions. The person you’re asking for directions isn’t going to get in your car and drive it to your holiday destination for you! And neither is your coach going to get in your life and make your decisions for you. A coach simply helps you to find your way back to the road you want to be on. Driving your car on that road and getting to your final destination is ultimately in your own hands.
How do I book a session?
Just send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org and we can arrange a time that suits. I would love to connect with you and help you on your self-development journey.
P.S. You don’t need a Paypal account to pay by Paypal as there is the option to pay by credit card.
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One session – US $160
Duration about 60 min
Please note the terms
• Your coaching session will take place via Skype.
• Payment is due before your session and a confirmation will be sent to you on receipt of the fee.
• Please note that all payments are in US dollars.
• Refunds are not possible if you miss your session. A full refund will be given if I can’t do your session at the appointed time (I also have a family with children, and on occasion, something unavoidable comes up.)