We often get stuck in habits. Habits refer to
many behaviours – it’s not just what we do
in terms of identifiable behaviours, such as
eating at a certain time, going out on a
Friday, tapping your foot, leaving the best
to the last on your plate. Habits are also
how we habitually behave – do we
habitually moan about people rather than
confront them, do we habitually put
ourselves down, do we habitually
Groups at work produce habits – the habit
of blaming someone else, the habit of
sayingyes when we mean no.
Part of my desire is to assist people to become aware of what habits suit their outcomes and values and which don’t, and help them create more choices to make them more successful, more content. I do this through creative and evidence based coaching, and through training people to Masters level and beyond in Coaching and NLP in open courses.
What is NLP? NLP is the replicable study
of how people who are excellent do what
they do. It is a structured approach to
learning how to create better programmes
for ourselves, and shows us the links
between what we think, how we think,
how we use language, and how that
affects our neurology and our behaviours.
It’s about modelling excellence.
You can check out my coaching approach
I offer an ethical and accessible price structure, and when training, I often work collaboratively with highly trained affiliates to ensure diversity and a fabulous mix of experience and innovation.