“The problem is not you. The problem is the problem. It’s hard because it’s hard. The solution is mechanical. Work the problem.” -Steven Pressfield
This piece of wisdom from author Steven Pressfield beautifully encapsulates my approach. The challenge of behavioral change is not difficult because there is something wrong with you, it is difficult because you’re not approaching it with the right techniques.
So my primary role is to arm you with the strategies, tools, and tactics that make it easier to change, and then help you apply those “mechanical solutions” consistently.
I will also help you cultivate more helpful mindsets about change, replacing perfectionism with a belief that everything counts, swapping out a fixed mindset for a growth mindset, and learning to give yourself permission to be human while simultaneously embracing your incredible human potential.
You will not be encouraged to blindly adopt “positive thinking.” Instead, you’ll develop realistic optimism that is grounded in the neuroscience of behavioral change. Our focus will always be on taking pragmatic, positive action. You will become an active agent in your own success and wellbeing.
There is no magic pill or “secret” that will instantly make everything better. But you can change, and I can help.
My proven program of behavioral change comes from three sources: psychological science, the examples of others, and my own experience. I simplify the science without losing its truths, making it understandable and actionable. And I practice what I teach. My own journey of becoming better is what led me to the wisdom I now share with clients.
I don’t believe in a one-size-fits-all approach. My coaching will be individualized to fit your unique personality and your specific needs.
Although my approach is long term, you don’t need to see me long term. You will probably only need to see me a few times to kick-start your self-improvement program. Please see rates and packages to learn more.
Contact me today to set up an appointment or a free phone consultation.
Let’s do this.