“Learning how to learn” specifically having a set of go-to learning strategies give you an overview of how to best assimilate this information and incorporate it into your life skills. As a life coach, health and wellness coach, or professional fitness trainer, it also gives you a template to understand where your clients, employees, customers, colleagues, and others might be blocking themselves from moving forward so that you can better influence them toward their results.
When you, as a Certified Life Coach, are able to guide your client to discover their true self or essence and finding their passion or life mission, you are creating the foundation and centeredness for all other topics of coaching content to be successful.
Coaching is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. With the growing competition, it has become necessary for you as a coach to stand out in your marketing efforts.
Discovering and updating what images the unconscious “thinks” about who we are as an individual either supports our self-esteem or it does not.
As Life Coaches, we want our clients’ internal image of self in both hemispheres to be current and accurate in portraying who they truly are in the present moment.
Then we decide where we want to develop new skills, understanding, update old beliefs, and from here we can develop our mission and passion for being.
Understanding these three basic prime directives is not enough. You must also implement these concepts into your practice in order to increase your client’s chance of enhanced performance. Most hypnotherapists understand these concepts; sadly, few of them actually implement them. When you choose to utilize these concepts in your hypnosis and or guided imagery, you will achieve a class of success that few professional sports psychology coaches even experience.
1. Preserves the Body
All suggestions should lead toward the preservation of the body. This is why hypnotherapists or mental toughness experts have traditionally succeeded so much in smoking and weight loss. Preservation is a logical assumption in these therapies. However, most hypnotherapists do not realize that they should be linking preservation up to all of their client’s goals. In sports hypnosis, you will have a higher degree of success if you can link up preservation of the body to their intended outcome. For example:
“… Imagine if you will now, winning the gold medal. Beyond the feeling of winning, you realize the potential that now awaits you: from product endorsements to media coverage. All of these effects from winning are within your grasp. And by taking these opportunities, your income will grow and provide for you the ability to buy healthier foods, higher quality supplements, and receive the best healthcare possible. Who would have ever thought that by winning a gold medal you could actually become a healthier human, but like a pebble in a pond creating a ripple effect, everything affects everything in life…”