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Believing with The Belief Coach

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Look beyond your horizons. By Carlie Currier

Believing with The Belief Coach

By Barbara Steingas

This month, I had the pleasure of a complimentary belief coaching session with The Belief Coach, Wendy Watson-Hallowell. I choose her service for my wishlist because changing your beliefs are the foundation of our successes and failures. Henry Ford said, “Whether you think you can or whether you think you can’t, either way you’re right.” Changing beliefs that are no longer working can help you get unstuck, or achieve your next goal. 

We all have blind spots of beliefs that keep us from accomplishing our goals and that sabotage our success. Wendy could help me uncover some underlying limiting beliefs that hold me back from more success with my practice. If I could do this, then I could help more people who I’m here to help with my message of (physical) health, (mental & emotional) happiness, and (spiritual) joy.

 

The Belief Coach

Wendy very quickly helped me identify some root issues that were holding me back by asking me some key questions. Not only was Wendy a great listener and question asker, she was very warm, genuine and knowledgeable. She put me at ease while diving into uneasy territory. It’s tough to look at our flaws squarely in the mirror. However, we must in order to improve and achieve our goals and dreams.

Beliefs are just thoughts we keep thinking . . . until they become our truth. Are you ready to have your dreams come true, yet still struggling to make the changes you think are required? Many of us have made changes in our actions and behaviors, but those changes don’t seem to stick for very long . . . Wendy Watson-Hallowell, the Belief Coach, can help by getting to the ‘root-cause’ of what’s limiting our experience—our limiting beliefs.

When our desires are aligned with our beliefs, things happen easily and quickly with little struggle and much satisfaction. You’ll learn to recognize, challenge, and change your limiting beliefs as they arise in day-to-day situations.

 

Changing beliefs

The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results. Change your beliefs and you will change your results.  Most of us get stuck in this hamster wheel of life because we don’t change the subconscious tapes of beliefs we are running.

Of course, consciously we want change and initially are very gung-ho and determined to do so, but the actions we take are fleeting and we quickly return to our old habitual ways. That’s why the gyms are so full at the beginning of the year because everyone sets a New Year’s resolution to get into shape, but by February or March the number of people going to exercise greatly diminishes.

People give up believing they can do it rather than finding a coach like Wendy to help get to the root cause of this self-sabotage and get off the hamster wheel of short-lived successes and failures.

 

About BeliefWorks™

Wendy offers a self-assessment followed by a free initial consultation with the Belief Coach to define your goals will determine whether her BeliefWorks™ coaching is a fit for you. If so, together you and Wendy will create a personalized 6 to 12 week program, with one one-hour session per week.  The cost is $200/session/week, and the program is capped at $2,000, even if you work together all 12 weeks. Plus you receive 24/7 access to Wendy during this time. Most individual sessions happen over Skype. She can also work remotely and on-site with small teams and organizational leaders.

 

Interested in learning more?  Danielle Rose is currently in the middle of a full session with Wendy.  Stay tuned for her perspective later this month, or feel free to reach out to Wendy or Danielle@mindkey.me via email.

Contact Wendy with any questions.  Mention you found us at Mind Key: wendy@belief-works.com   973-853-2123 (office)   973-713-9238 (mobile)     www.belief-works.com.

Barbara Steingas

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