Success is measured differently by every person according to their thoughts. We all have different definitions of what it means to be a successful person and have a successful business. Who comes to mind when you think of a successful person? I think of wealthy entrepreneurs like Elon Musk, but I also think of people I see in my everyday life that seem to have it all "put together".
No one can create results in your life except for you. I can't single-handedly change the way you feel. I teach my clients awareness. I show my clients how much power their brain has, and how to take control of it. I help my clients step out of their comfort zone to challenge their beliefs and realize their true potential to lead them towards reaching their goals. With that knowledge, my clients gain understanding on how to manage their feelings.
So many people want to just "turn their brain off". The answer to ultimately feeling the way you want to feel is the complete opposite. Instead, I work with my clients to explore their mind, and turn it on rather than turning it off. I work alongside my clients as a partner in a non-judgemental space, at their own pace. I create a personalized program for all of my 1:1 clients. There are many chapters I teach in my program. While focusing on becoming aware and challenging their thoughts, my clients learn how to set and achieve goals. When working with me, you are going to learn crucial skills that will stay with you for life.
Think of how you want to feel, then think about what you want to believe. Our brains are designed to desire happiness and comfort. Because of our human nature, we tend to attempt to silence our feelings of discomfort and distress. Avoiding discomfort prevents us from addressing our feelings. We are meant to feel feelings. We are meant to feel ALL feelings. I used to avoid my feelings all the time and look for a "quick fix" to escape. My clients are taught to accept all feelings, and then learn what beliefs those feelings come from. It is important to learn that discomfort is not your enemy, and feeling discomfort is part of reaching your goals and desires. I used to fear discomfort. I used to avoid feeling uncomfortable at all costs. That included distancing myself from people, avoiding social events, and trying to force myself to feel differently. Now, I welcome discomfort in my life. Discomfort has opened up doors for me that I never imagined! Because I allowed myself to feel uncomfortable, I have become a certified life coach, made great relationships with like-minded individuals, and met my wonderful fiancee. In my program, you will learn how to challenge discomfort and change your life.