My coaching style reflects my personality, which can be too much for most people. That is perfect; my clients are not most people.
The people I work with are strong-willed, intelligent individuals who are unafraid of growing outside their comfort zones. They love to listen to the truth, even when it is tough to hear.
My clients understand that growth lies in the realm of discomfort. They embrace guidance, handle constructive criticism, make bold decisions when needed, and honour their commitments.
My clients love to win and perform at the highest possible level. They are often already successful or on their way to becoming successful.
To my clients I am what a sports coach is to an athlete, and to me my clients are the equivalent of Olympic athletes.
I have always been a maverick. I’ve chosen unconventional paths, and I often attract people just like me. My coaching style is the same. I don’t care about following the coaching rules or methodologies that I’ve learned. Instead, my focus lies solely on my clients’ genuine needs. I do whatever it takes to help them achieve their goals.
I often work with influential, brilliant people who have strong personalities or who live with ADHD. They have difficulties finding people in their lives who understand them or who can handle them at their level. Because they’ve reached a certain point in life, the people around them have difficulty telling them the truth, but I am never afraid because I can deliver it with a rare level of compassion.
Everyone requires someone in their corner, but you are not just anyone. Your “someone” can’t be just anyone, either. I have coached world-class scientists, CEOs, celebrities, world-renowned artists, managing partners of investment banks valued at over 500 million euros, and the founders of one of the UK’s most successful hairdressing brands, to name but a few.
It’s for good reason that they chose me as their preferred coach. We share a common mindset; we desire to grow mentally and spiritually, seek wisdom and guidance along the way, and consistently strive to live at our highest standards.
I will serve you using my signature tough-love style without fear of hurting your feelings or ego. I will exist as the only candid person in your life, the only person who can help you see what you can’t see.
Sometimes, even your best thinking is wrong, and I will tell you when I think so, no matter who you are.
And listen, it’s OK if you do not believe you can become who you want to become or achieve what you want to accomplish when you first come to me. I will believe for both of us until you do, too.
Most people live mediocre lives. On their deathbeds, they look back with regret. Not my clients.
Other things about YOU
- You can accomplish more in one day than most people can in a week.
- You are the kind of person others seek out for advice, depend upon, and trust for leadership and wisdom. Yet, when it comes to feeling supported, you often feel alone.
- You have a strong sense of who you are as a person. You are charismatic, have a sense of humour, and are deeply creative (even if you don’t express it in ways you consider to be creative).
- You sometimes get so lost in so much worry and obsessive overthinking that it can leave you paralysed with doubt.
- You feel as though you are a walking contradiction, with the best in you and the worst in constant conflict.
- You are the first to take action when others shy away. Your dependability and proactivity naturally land you in positions of leadership.
- Though it might not belong to you, you carry responsibility for the people in your life without realising it.
- You sometimes feel resentment growing from this burden as it turns into frustration and a lack of energy
- You have accomplished many things personally and privately that you should feel proud of. However, you are unable to accept or acknowledge those accomplishments fully without minimising or rushing past them.
- You often hear yourself saying self-deprecating things to minimise yourself or to escape the spotlight.
- Your most extraordinary skills are your passion and drive to achieve. These skills have built a life that others may even feel envious of. However, that same drive often leaves you with no compassion for yourself. You usually don’t know when to stop, or feel guilty if you do.