What would greater success in your business or career
mean to you?
Leigh D Wilson
BE(Hons) FIEAust CPEng APEC Engineer IntPE(Aust)
Master Executive Therapeutic Mindset Coach & Mentor, Stress & Anxiety Expert & Author
Success means different things to different people. So what does greater success look like to you, right now?
Is it about finding greater happiness?
Or would it mean a higher income, or a better-life balance, a better job, more free time, more customers or clients, or greater self-confidence, perhaps?
Or maybe it would mean a promotion or more satisfying work, better relationships or something else, something quite personal to you, such the opportunity to leave a greater legacy for others?
And if you had it, how would that change your life and the lives of your loved ones? What difference would it make?
So much of it comes down to letting go of the unconscious barriers that have been holding you back – your INNER STRUGGLES!
Are you being held back by feelings such as:
- feeling like an imposter
- negative self-talk
- lack of confidence
- poor self-esteem
- feeling not good enough
- resistance to change
- lacking a sense of purpose or direction in your work and life
- feeling stuck
- sadness or grief
- difficulties with your performance in your work career, business or sport,
- mental or emotional exhaustion
- not moving forward
- work/life balance
- feeling ‘not enough’
Or is there anything else that is causing you INNER CONFLICT or holding you back in some way?
If so, then maybe we should chat.
How can I help you to quickly let go of your stress, anxiety etc. using my
'Rapid Breakthrough Therapeutic Coaching & Mentoring'
To find out how my 'Rapid Breakthrough Therapeutic Coaching & Mentoring' differs from traditional methods, check this out here...
Hi, my name is Leigh D Wilson. I am a specialist Master Executive Therapeutic Mindset Coach, Mentor & Author.
Since 2005, I’ve been helping people from all walks of life overcome personal barriers so they can build on their strengths to achieve greater success in their careers, work and businesses.
And, of course, success in these areas of life flow onto important areas of their private lives so that they enjoy better, health, wealth and relationships.
To help YOU do just that, in this my blog I provide tips, strategies, trainings and other resources aimed at supporting you.
In addition to that, in my unique online Rapid Breakthrough Therapeutic Coaching and Mentoring sessions, I use the creative problem-solving skills that I have refined over many years, along with my knowledge of Ericksonian hypnosis, advanced conversational hypnosis, neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), recent developments in the field of neuroscience and a wide range of other tools to help my clients uncover and quickly resolve the obstacles that are holding them back so they can enjoy the greater success that they undoubtedly deserve.
These Rapid Breakthrough Therapeutic Coaching and Mentoring Sessions are held online using Zoom so that we can work together from wherever you are in the world in the comfort of your home or other preferred place.
You will see from the testimonials on this page and elsewhere that I am generally able to get amazing results very quickly, which my clients really appreciate because they don’t want to be held back by their problems for a minute longer than necessary.
So, click on the link below to find out how I can help you quickly let go any obstacles that are holding you back in your work, career or business using my unique Rapid Breakthrough Therapeutic Coaching and Mentoring techniques.
What others are saying...
Leigh was warm and sensitive and quickly created trust. He identified many incorrect, invalid or limiting beliefs I held, and that my life values were lacking an important element: health. He helped to change my belief system and adjust my values.
I immediately felt great relief and had a new understanding of the past and what actions I should take in the future. Following that intervention I was able to stop taking anti-depressants. I started looking after my emotional and physical well-being.
20 months later I am a happy person living my passions. I no longer have symptoms of depression nor the associated panic attacks. I highly recommend Leigh’s coaching.
So what would greater success in your business or career be worth to you, right now?
Are you ready to quickly let go of your unconscious blocks?
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