Life Coaching

Coaching the unconscious mind is advanced neuro-science approach and is form of Life Coaching which coincides with advanced Neuro Linguistic Programming and advanced Clinical Hypnotherapy

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and  Morden only face to face sessions are £40 each 
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NLP Coaching

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Imagine what it would be like if there was a strategy that would enable you to achieve your goals, objectives and outcomes.

The most basic and the most important question you can ask yourself or another is, “What do you want?” Without an answer to this you are adrift without direction. No matter what you do, if you are unclear as to what you want, you could end up anywhere. You wouldn’t go to the travel agent and say, ‘I want to go on holiday?’ The agent replies, ‘Where to?’ and you respond, ‘I don’t know. Anywhere will do.’ That’s crazy, because where you end up may not be to your liking. However, a lot of people go through life without clear goals.

Everything we ever do has a purpose, a function. We may not be always aware of what it is, but it is there nonetheless. You and only you, are in charge of your life; being clear about what you want and making it happen is taking 100% responsibility and the key to taking
control of your life.

A lot of people mistake tasks for outcomes. A series of tasks are the actions that you do to move you towards the outcome you want achieved. The tasks may or may not be pleasant,though they may be essential to achieving the goal.

Any outcome requires effort and output. If you are clear about what you want and you stateit positively (as opposed to saying what you don’t want) you will bring more energy to theissues as you are driven towards the reward, the Desired Outcome. Like the travel agent example, if you buy a train ticket to anywhere, you could end up worse off.

Often people are able to describe, sometimes in detail, what it is they are doing wrong, asfar as they are concerned. They blame themselves, parents, other people, school, a lack of wealth and a host of other possibilities, for not having a life they want. However, they are continually harking back to the past. ‘If only I had been luckier back then, etc.’ ‘If only...’ willnever get you to a goal because it’s like driving forward whilst looking in the rear-view mirror, it has dire consequences.

It is for this reason that negatively stated goals are never as effective as positively stated ones. ‘Giving up smoking’ doesn’t have the same drive neurologically, as ‘I want to be a healthy non-smoker’ which has positive results attached to it. Our unconscious is continually seeking for more, therefore, a ‘taking away’ does not engage the unconscious effectively as a positive ‘gaining’ goal statement. ‘Losing weight’ will not be as effective
as, ‘I want to be a size X because that will confirm I’m fitter and healthier etc.

So, ‘What do you want?’ People that are able to achieve their goals and have a life they want have compelling goals. They are very clear about what they want and create them in a way that motivates them constantly, even through the tough times.

Modelling is the process of eliciting the psychological frames or mindsets of successful and motivated people – it is the principle methodology of NLP. When researchers applied modelling skills to subjects that were high achievers, they discovered that it is ‘the difference that makes the difference’; in other words, it is the adjustments in mindset that create the demonstrable/observable success in high-achievers. This is not copying per se, it is finding the keys to achieving and running them through your neurology and thereby creating a goal that compels and motivates you to do all that is necessary to achieve your outcome.

An outcome needs to be clearly defined in what you will see, hear and feel when you have achieved it. A goal or outcome is a detailed, sensory-specific description that incorporates at least the three main Representational Systems (Visual, Auditory & Kinaesthetic) and if appropriate, Smell and Taste. It must also adhere to the Well-Formed goel setting.

An outcome is what you really want, not what you don’t want. It needs to be ecological, i.e. you have thought through the impact attaining the goal will have on your life, your loved ones, work etc.

Outcomes need to be stated in the positive, attainable and as stated above, ecological to you and your world.

I can help you to achieve and set you outcome toward your goals.

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