Life is amazing, but it doesn’t always feel that way.
You could be great at producing results, yet somehow your life lacks fulfillment. (And it’s possible that you are making the people around you nuts.)
Or maybe you are deeply committed to doing your meaningful work, but you’re on the verge of burn out. You only have so much to give, and sometimes it just doesn’t seem to be enough.
Or it could be that you are playing small. You might be afraid that going for what you really want would mean sacrificing your relationships, your sanity, or your health.
Perhaps it seems that your values and your dreams are at odds with each other.
Your dilemma may take yet another form. The bottom line is that as great as your life is, something important isn’t working.
And you’re not happy about it.
What if happiness comes before success, not after it?
Think about it.
If success were the key to happiness, we wouldn’t hear sad stories about high achievers who burn out, wealthy people who are chronically dissatisfied, and super stars with self-esteem issues.
Obviously, success does not lead to happiness.
In fact, it works the other way around. Happiness comes before success, not after. You could say that success is a byproduct.
In short, the key to an even more amazing life is to experience a deep sense of wellbeing and happiness right now.
I’m not talking about blissing out
This isn’t about blissing out and pretending everything is rosy when there’s plenty of evidence to the contrary. I’m not suggesting a spiritual bypass.
This is about understanding the principles that underlie all human experience. Where it comes from. How it works. And where you will find the greatest leverage for creating the amazing life you want.
And it’s not about The Law of Attraction or positive thinking
The Law of Attraction and positive thinking are based on a partial truth. They point to the power of thought, but they overlook deeper principles that explain how the human experience is created. As a result, they keep you enmeshed in the content of your personal thinking, thrashing about trying to think your way into a happier, more successful life.
This is about tapping into an infinite wellspring of wisdom and wellbeing
As a human being you were born with an innate connection to an infinite wellspring of wisdom and wellbeing.
Whatever you call that wellspring—Universal Mind, God, or Source—it is the source of all that is. And when you understand the relationship of your personal thinking to that infinite source, you experience the innate wellbeing that is your birthright. And you have access to wisdom, to insights and ideas—specific ideas—that will guide you in every aspect of your life, from your relationships to your finances to your work.
It begins with understanding the principles behind the human experience
When you understand how it works, you can experience an amazing life regardless of your circumstances. And because you are immersed in your amazing life, your odds of creating external success increase exponentially.
That’s true whether you are a high achiever seeking greater fulfillment, a helping professional facing burnout, or a business owner overwhelmed with challenges and opportunities.
What I do
I educate my clients in the fundamental principles behind the human experience and orient them to their innate wisdom and wellbeing. Rather than learning yet another set of tools and techniques, my clients come to understand the principles behind the way the mind works in all situations. And that understanding gives them immense leverage in solving any problem or taking advantage of any opportunity.
This understanding enables my clients to:
▪ Immediately differentiate wisdom and insight from reactivity and impulsiveness.
▪ Reliably access creative intelligence and vision.
▪ Consistently experience innate wellbeing and resilience.
▪ Worry less and accomplish more.
▪ Be a force for good.
▪ Consistently experience greater freedom and happiness.
As a result, they can:
▪ Be wise, confident leaders.
▪ Make better decisions with less effort.
▪ Enjoy healthier, richer relationships.
▪ Be and act smarter more of the time.
▪ Unhook from and get along with difficult people.
▪ Resolve conflict gracefully.
▪ Communicate more clearly and effectively.
▪ Simply enjoy the grand project of living life.
What would coaching look like?
We begin with a series of six closely spaced sessions (up to two a day during the first week) to give you a solid grounding in the principles behind the human experience. Then, we will meet weekly for 10 weeks as you uncover and apply the implications of your new understanding to your daily challenges and opportunities.
The fee for the initial coaching engagement is $5,000.
To get started, fill out the contact form below. I’ll follow up to schedule an interview.
From Matt Kelly, State Farm Insurance
Skepticism about the results and concern about the cost.
2. What are your thoughts about those obstacles now?
In my case, the results were well worth the investment.
3. What specifically did you gain from coaching?
One of the key measures of my insurance agency is new policies & accounts, which are up 44% over the same time period last year. That additional revenue will pay for my coaching investment within 6 months or less. And considering clients typically stay with me 9+ years, it will have a tremendously positive ROI.
4. Three other benefits of coaching.
- I rediscovered what I like best about my work, and do more of it.
- I let a team member go who’d been a negative influence, and added a team member who’s a dynamo.
- I reorganized my team’s duties to make us way more productive.
5. Would you recommend coaching with me, and why?
Yes I would, to anyone who wants to grow, is open to investing in their growth, and willing to work at changing for the better. I’d recommend you because you helped me make changes I’d wanted but had been unable to make on my own… and grow my income too.