Many of the most successful people, from professional athletes to wealthy business people, Ivy League grad students to Hollywood celebrities, have one thing in common. They have a life coach who works with them on a regular basis to achieve their goals. Sounds expensive, but it doesn’t have to be.
Like so many people today, you have reached a roadblock in the journey toward your goals, and just cannot seem to move to the next level in work, hobbies, or life. You’ve tried visualization, meditation, or conventional therapy and nothing has helped you move past where you are today. If you are ready to achieve permanent change and take your life to the next level, Laura King’s Perfect Enough Life Coaching Program is the answer. Laura’s one-of-a-kind life coaching process is tailored to your specific goals, and is designed to help you:
- Get to the root cause of what is blocking your progress, and release these triggers that hold you back at a deep level. These may be imprints from parents, teachers, relatives, friends, relationships, coaches or events in your life.
- Create a map of your future.
- Achieve your goals in manageable steps.
Using proven methods, one of our professionals will customize a program to suit your personal, professional, learning and/or athletic goals. The process begins with a brief written questionnaire, followed by one-on-one sessions, either in person or by phone/Skype, to uncover your key triggers, issues, and objectives. Together with your coach, you will create a program tailored to suit your specific needs.
The Perfect Enough Life Coaching Program is centered upon a partnership that involves working together on your needs, wants, goals and vision. The process entails facilitating action plans and commitments, overcoming obstacles, and progressing in the direction of achieving a successful and fulfilling life. Your coach will lead you on a path of study and self-discovery that will help you establish realistic goals. You will then work with your coach to create the behavioral changes necessary to achieve your goals.
All behavioral change takes place at the subconscious level – people don’t change consciously. Your subconscious stores your memories in a timeline of sorts. This is how you unconsciously know the difference between a memory from the past and a projection of the future. Using a combination of Time Line Therapy™, Hypnosis and NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming), you will work at the subconscious level to release the effects of past negative experiences and quickly change the inappropriate or negative programming that is holding you back. This will free you of your
We also offer the Figuring It Out program, which is specifically geared toward creating and sustaining balance in your life. We will take you through eight key areas of well-being, assessing your satisfaction with each one and what work needs to be done. Throughout this process, you have a job and we have a job. We provide encouragement, support, guidance, motivation and commitment to help you lead a balanced, complete and fulfilling life. And you have work to do, as well. It will be unique to you, and it will all be explained to you and you will record it in your journal.
Figuring It Out is a systematic way to address well-being and articulate challenges and strengths. It is a way for you to monitor progress and record your thoughts and feelings about the process at the same time. The journal is a living document, attesting to your personal growth and change, as well as an accountability document, to help remind you of your motivations and intentions.
This is the perfect opportunity to use the power of your subconscious mind to change your behaviors, manage stress, eliminate fears, increase self-confidence, eliminate bad habits and create positive ones, and improve your performance in all areas of your life. It’s the perfect combination of hypnosis, NLP, and daily practice to create
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