My coaching approach….

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Here is an example of the structure I use to create options for my coaching session. First, you’ll have the opportunity to identify and discover how to attain the goals you have for yourself. Then, you’ll get rid of the obstacles in your path and find out how to steer clear of potential failures. I don’t push people into doing things they don’t want to or limit the choices in how to get results. This process has worked for millions, and you’ll have a chance to find out for yourself how powerful it really is. My approach is completely unique. But don’t worry you’ll recognise the similarities to what you are already doing. I use familiar terms and a basic formula, but with a great improvement over the current way of doing things. The main objective is to set and achieve your important goals. And here is how to do precisely that – contact me so we can book some time for a conversation. Some people tell me it is, effectively, a free session but, for me, it is just a conversation during which we decide whether or not we want to work together.

2 Comments… add one

jamie June 20, 2011, 3:27 pm

That’s a little unclear – the process has worked for millions but your approach is unique. The distinction could do with clarification maybe?

trancenlp June 20, 2011, 3:36 pm

Hi Jamie, Thanks for your comment. You make a very good point.

Goal setting and coaching has been used by millions and my approach is unique to me. In combination with traditional coaching models I use ‘The Three Principles’ inside out understanding of reality, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Hypnosis, Presentation Techniques and Project Management methodology. This gives my clients a number of benefits.

The 3 Principles gives a ‘high quality of mind’, a warm connection with people, being present to the moment, creativity, insight, wisdom, intuition, a clear mind, relaxed alertness, security and trust in yourself and in the world.

NLP and hypnotic techniques provide an understanding of behaviour, an insight into other people’s neuro-physiological state, effective communication, increased influence and persuasion skills.

Presentation and Project Management gives an easy confidence, and the ability to identify critical tasks.

These benefits have a number of emotional rewards: happiness, decreased levels of stress, a serenity of spirit, confidence, control, an effortless ease and secure belief in the ability to create success in every area of life.

These benefits and emotional rewards would suite someone who really values confidence, happiness, enthusiasm and financial security while having access to an underlying serenity.

Thanks again for your comment. Regards, Steve.

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