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Emotional Performance Matters! Whatever you feed grows. Are you feeding what will bring you success or stress?
Emotional performance matters. Whatever people are running through their head is creating a chemical reaction in the body that leads to emotional states which generate the behaviours shown. Stress, anxiety, fear, doubt and depression can paralyse a person and limit their performance in sport, life or business. Understanding how the human system is pre-programmed to have responses based on past experiences is a vital start point to know so change can be created.
We are a string of habits in the doing and the great part about being one of the most powerful computer systems on the planet is that created a habits can be changed.
Emotions are triggered off by something in the environment and then followed by behaviour, positive or negative. New behaviours can be developed when a recoding process is used to alleviate the emotional triggers. The process is simpler than it sounds. By utilising the way the human system stores information it is easy to unstore negative associations and install more supportive ways of being.
Our storage system is initially built during the formative years (0-7 yrs), then following on from this formative stage we install the equivalence of software programs that we then run throughout life. We need to have storage so that we do not have to continually relearn subjects or processes. Examples would be; tying your shoes, driving, talking, walking, reading, writing, eating, cooking. We also learn beliefs and how to utilise emotional states and it is these aspects that can cause issues in the future when we are attempting to change behaviour. If someone believed deep down that they were not good enough, then the associated behaviour would demonstrate this, no matter how much personal work they did the person would probably find things are great for a couple of months and then they hit the bottom again. This is where the re-coding coaching process comes in handy, changing the belief within the program means the behaviours change with it.
Emotions are triggered off by something in the environment and then followed by behaviour, positive or negative.
To become familiar with your programs, think about beliefs around money or your perfomance compared to others. Is money the route of all evil or do you think that money doesn’t grow on trees or money only goes to money or you have to work hard for money. What feelings are connected to money? Do you know who these beliefs sound like? What about you compared to others? Do you feel genuinely good enough and that you could achieve more or do you feel like it is not possible because of a perceived flaw you deem yourself to have compared to another? Some people will have extremely supportive beliefs around money and success that will lead them to achieving goals really easily because they never developed a negative association with it. Other people will struggle continually to make money or achieve their potential, this is probably down to their deep set installed beliefs around the subjects.
So, why would you want to experience emotional performance coaching or mentoring? We all have certain things in life that are supporting us and these are always worth enhancing so you can experience more of those. There are also those aspects that are limiting us and holding people back. Those little niggles that keep arising or those patterns that continually run in sport, business or life. Just when it seems there has been a breakthrough, the old pattern feeling is back, the same old feelings and doing the same old habits.
For most people they stay stuck in this loop for life because they never get the opportunity to become aware of and then release these blocks
For most people they stay stuck in this loop for life because they never get the opportunity to become aware of and then release these blocks. This means that they will stay on what I call the hamster wheel feeling like they are getting somewhere and then ‘boom’ back to square one. For others it can be a journey of denial that they never step out of because they have been brought up to be strong and dismiss emotions as irrelevant and for weak people, many of my male clients feel this at first that they should man up and get over it. However, this approach only takes them back to square one or leads to more stress in their life.
Through multiple different methods I take people through the process of discovering their blocks or limitations which leads to being able to release them. This is extremely effective for people suffering from loops that keep repeating themselves that maybe stem from a trauma or for people wanting to get more out of their personal performance but feel stuck and don't know what is blocking them. Becoming fully aware of those great habits and processes too that people already have is also a very important part of any session because enhancing those for massive future gain and self esteem is a must. Using tools that remove negative emotional blocks and limiting core beliefs with a 98% success rate, it is an easy, efficient and content free process that allows people to then pursue their goals without the past baggage weighing them down. The great aspect of having your emotional system cleaned up is that you do not have to talk about the old stuff, just follow internal instructions. Having worked with over 1000 people using these coaching processes the general feedback is that it is so simple, yet so effective.
“First of all, thank you for the coaching, over the last week I have felt a sudden change of my behaviours and habits, without me realising, I feel more realigned and more focused on my goals than ever before.
Sessions vary in length based on the level of need of the client and the desired outcome required. Individual sessions are available for those with a specific issue that they want resolving. The packages are designed to fit unique requirements of the client helping create balance and personal performance in sports, business or life. Consultations are available on Monday's to discuss the type of coaching required, how many sessions would be needed and to answer any questions that may arise prior to the coaching sessions.