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Many people, regardless of their level of education, lack the knowledge of how their unconscious beliefs influence the quality of their lives. Their perception of their lives are clouded by the stories they tell themselves about why they cannot have what they want. “I’m too old, I’m too young, I’m not smart enough, I’m not good enough” being some examples of the starting lines of these stories. This is one of the reasons why NLP coaching, and more specifically, coaching has become one of the leading new professions worldwide.

Jay Conrad Levinson, author of Guerilla Marketing said “Every world champion has had a coach.” Mastering anything requires guidance along the way, so why not learn the most advanced coaching techniques for success and achievement combined with NLP.  Having these skills supports clients and coaches develop the knowledge and skills they need to achieve their personal and professional goals, improve the productivity of their business, and provide leadership and create change in their organizations, communities and countries.

In an interview with Fortune, Google CEO Eric Schmidt had this to say about coaching and everybody’s need for a coach: “Every famous athlete, every famous performer has somebody who’s a coach. Somebody who can watch what they’re doing and say, “Is that what you really meant? Did you really do that?” They can give them perspective. The one thing people are never good at is seeing themselves as others see them. A coach really, really helps.”

ALCN coaches learn a powerful combination of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) combined with internationally recognized International Coaching Federation (ICF) coaching model, which powerfully places clients in the drivers seats of their own lives. The coaching process assists clients in creating lasting change at a mind, body and spirit level. NLP coaching tools are applicable in business, management, communication, and coaching, as well as teaching, sports, therapy, health, and personal growth.

According to a survey by the International Coaching Federation, a wide range of benefits was reported through coaching. These include:

  • Increased self-awareness, 67.6 percent
  • Better goal setting, 62.4 percent
  • More-balanced life, 60.5 percent
  • Lower stress levels, 57.1 percent
  • Enhanced self-discovery, 52.9 percent
  • Increased confidence, 52.4 percent
  • Improved quality of life, 43.3 percent
  • Enhanced communication skills, 39.5 percent
  • Increased project completion, 35.7 percent
  • Improved health or fitness level, 33.8 percent
  • Better relationship with co-workers, 33.3 percent
  • Better family relationships, 33.3 percent
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