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What are your intentions for 2012?
It is now 2012. Are you set up to move powerfully in your personal and professional goals?
Or do you find yourself…
- Feeling stuck or drained by the swirl of everyday life?
- Lacking the right support and motivation?
- Wishing on luck and hoping that things can get better in 2012?
What if there is a better option? And these options actually DO work to move you powerfully and become unstoppable? I have put together a special program that includes my top tools to have a real shift in your life and no longer be held back from achieving your dreams. These are available exclusively to my private clients, and I am sharing them with a small group of individuals that are ready to take lead in their future. Sign up so that you become one of the people that are successful at fulfilling their resolutions.
The Best Way to Predict the Future is to Create it – Peter Drucker
Let’s work together to create your New Year, New YOU, and get you set up for an exceptional 2012!
Get the right coaching support. Participate in a fun and supportive group. Learn together and receive expert coaching that you would normally receive in my personal coaching program at an affordable price. I promise it will be a life changing moment, especially for people who have never been exposed to my message.
Start moving in the right direction. The benefits of attending this workshop:
- Identify and Remove Limitations that stop you from achieving your goals
- Gain clarity on what is really holding you back and you will learn strategies to remove them once-and-for-all.
- Create a personal Project Design (in any area you choose).
- Get clear on your objective, create your vision, and know exactly what action steps to take to reach your goals faster than ever before.
- Attain balance and have more energy to perform at your optimum
- The relaxation and focus techniques that I will teach you are priceless!
- Be coached!
- As a highly trained and certified coach, I will coach you on your stops and obstacles and teach you new habits for real success
I want to provide the best possible program to all the participants and for this reason I am limiting the group size for maximum results.
Reserve your spot now before they are gone!
When: Friday February 24, 2012
Time: 9:00am – 1:00pm PST
Where: 9401 Jeronimo, Irvine, CA 92618
Just some of the things that people have been saying about Mina’s workshops:
“Truly inspiring and makes me want more!”
“Great networking and great energy in the room”
“Very valuable. Didn’t know that life could be better!”
“Extremely powerful – Mina is a fabulous coach!”
ICF Orange County 5th Annual Coaching Day Event
Attend this one day information packed event on Friday February 11th where our coaches will inspire change, help you identify what’s holding you back,
share with you techniques to develop winning habits for success and
show you how to set a clear vision & meaningful goals so you can
Be Outrageously Successful in 2011!
Reincarnation of Theodore Roosevelt,
David Markovitz presents –
Leadership at the speed of change
David Markovitz is an expert on leadership.
As Teddy, David inspires people to overcome the challenges and
uncertainty we are facing with courage, boldness, integrity, character,
and action.They will learn how to CHARGE forward (as Teddy did in so
many ways), contributing to the strength and future of your enterprise.
Powerful coaching presentations by:
Dr. Frumi Barr, Mike Brenhaug, Doug Gfeller, Ken Gryske, Patricia Hirsch, Scott Hunter, Vicky Lee, Randy Tabor, Heather Wieshlow, Emily Woodman-Nance
Register before February 7th and your ticket to this full day event is $20.
Day of event – Friday February 11th
For more information and to register for event visit: ICFOrangeCounty
Event held at the The Sports Club – Irvine, 1980 Main Street @ Mercantile (just West of MacArthur) Irvine, CA 92614
Friday February 11th
8:00 am - 8:55 am – Event registration, networking & free laser coaching
9:00 am – 9:15 am – Welcome
9:15 am - 10:15 am - What’s holding you back from being outrageously successful (Dr. Frumi Barr, Doug Gfeller, Ken Gryske)
10:30 am - 11:30 am - Developing winning habits for change (Randy Tabor, Vicky Lee, Heather Wieshlow)
11:30 am - 12:30 pm – Teddy Roosevelt – Leadership at the speed of change (David Markovitz)
12:30 pm - 1:15 pm - Lunch - Pre-purchased box lunch available for $9.00
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm – Setting a clear vision & meaningful goals (Mike Brenhaug, Patricia Hirsch, Emily Woodman Nance)
2:45 pm – 4:00 pm – The art of being outrageously successful (Scott Hunter)
Have you ever wondered why some people reach their goals and others don’t? What is their secret to success?
A study led by John C. Norcross reported that after 6 months only 46% of people are successful at their New Year resolutions when it comes to mostly three things: weight loss, an exercise program, or quitting smoking.* Another study led by psychologist Richard Wiseman from the University of Hertfordshire and his team asked 700 people about their goals and found that 78% of the people failed in their new year resolutions.** These statistics are substantially alarming. I can only imagine how many people right now in this moment are feeling a bit discouraged and asking themselves, “Now that I’ve made these resolutions, how in the world will I achieve them, and where do I begin?”
And there it is – the moment when doubt and fears show up, and the person is feeling at a loss. Does that sound familiar?
The new year has emerged and the New Year Resolutions have once again been declared by millions of people across the globe – for some it may be past resolutions unfulfilled and rolled over into another year in hopes that this is the year it will happen. As a coach I am here to say that there is no longer the need to say, “I don’t know how,” or “I made a resolution that I’m not sure will happen,” because there is another option. I will share with you two tips on how to finish the year and not become a statistic.
What story are you telling yourself?
If you look back at past resolutions from previous years, think about the resolutions you made and never fulfilled on. What mindset or story did you hold onto that didn’t align with the outcome you wanted? Telling yourself that you don’t know how or that you are unsure it will happen are obstacles that in fact holding you back. I invite you to first begin with considering what story or mindset you have around a situation. Before going the gym, before quitting smoking, or before setting out to lose weight, begin to think about and determine how you want to be around a specific situation. Do you tell yourself that you will reach your goal or that you are not sure if you can do it? Are you worried about what others may think? What kind of expectations are you setting for yourself? Are they high or low? How about ‘can’ versus ‘can’t’? These small subtle but very important distinctions can make a world of difference when it comes to reaching your goal. You may have discovered the perfect program or the perfect plan, but no matter how wonderful the resource or tool, the results will not happen unless your story supports what you intend to achieve. At any given moment you have the choice to BE a certain way when DOing an activity, so choose wisely. Really, the secret to success is to have the proper mindset. If fears and doubt continue to find a home in your mind, then it will eventually hold you back. Begin telling yourself a story that is empowering you, not setting yourself up for failure.
Biting more than you can chew
Sometimes we get excited about the new year and we begin to take on more than we can chew. How often have you made large promises and wasn’t able to keep them? Sudden changes in life can be challenging when an existing long-term habit has strong roots. Do you think you would be more successful if you start out with smaller sub-goals that lead to the bigger goal? Breaking down the large goal into smaller more manageable steps will increase the likelihood of reaching the final outcome you desire. For example, if you are looking to exercise 5 times per week when you are currently not on an exercise program, begin by making small changes in your habits and gradually increase the duration. Start the first 3 weeks with exercising 2 times per week, the fourth and fifth week increase to 3 times, and continue this sequence until you are successfully exercising 5 times per week. The key here is to make changes in your habits gradually until you meet the promise you made to yourself on a consistent basis to prevent set-backs.
How will YOU finish?
Begin today to shift the way you are viewing a situation and take small steps so that you finish the new year with a greater sense of accomplishment.
What would become available to you if you have a coach by your side? I coach people to get past their fears so that it no longer has a grip on them and we co-create a project design that will support their life goals. You are invited to schedule a 45-minute complimentary strategy session with me to learn more. Click here to schedule your session.
*Auld Lang Syne: Success predictors, change processes, and self-reported outcomes of New Year’s resolvers and nonresolvers, by John C. Norcross, Marci S. Mrykalo, Matthew D. Blagys , University of Scranton. Journal of Clinical Psychology, Volume 58, Issue 4 (2002)
** “ New year’s resolutions doomed to failure, say psychologists,” written by Guardian, UK correspondent: Ian Sample, December 28, 2009