Challenge with Chris Skowronski and Todd Herman’s acceleration training
June 1-16, 2017
What you can expect during the challenge?
– 3 week work with an experienced life coach Chris Skowronski
– access to audio materials to listen at most convenient time for you (while driving or walking)
– access to video materials produced by probably the best productivity coach, Todd Herman
– simple exercises helping you realizing your aims with more pleasure, if not excitement
– time: June 1-16, 2017
For a good start – see more here: ✨ www.lovebysanti.com/life-goals/ ✨ It is Chris’s article about the stages of achieving life goals. You can also sign up for the audio materials there.
Life Coaching with Chris&Santi. This podcast presents a talk between Santi and Chris about a happy and unhappy life. What to do to avoid frustration and enjoy a fuller life? Why does prosperity not necessarily mean happiness? What is basic for having a satisfactory life? And is it difficult to change your life into better?
You can have us by your phone, if you get the app Spreaker (Android, iOS, Windows Phone)and look for a given show. Also, you can see us in the Itunes catalogue. We will be happy to see any comments and remarks
Q. Why life coaching is helpful?
A. Because, unlike in any group meeting, you are helped individually by an expert that wants to assists you in the factual articulation of your problems and the factual recognition of your aims.
Q. Why questions are so important?
A. An experienced coach is able to ask you questions that make you think of yourself in a new perspective; this new perspective includes the unexplored areas of your potentialities and the new ways of the realization of your aims.
Q. Why people have problems?
A. Many people conform to the social conventions and forget about exploring their potentialities in various directions; a proper recognition of what you really want is an important part of life coaching.
As I got the book Being Selfish to review I’d already heard the Sarah Marshank’s story. She got my attention as a previously sexual worker, who lived 10 years after that in celibate, and then dived into family life. But having heard about something is completely different from experiencing it, and the “unorthodox memoir” was this very first meeting after which my impression got matured. And I am happy to share with the reader that I fell in love with the book which is much more than simply a diary, and I feel infinite gratitude to the authoress for her bravery of writing it. Because women should tell and hear other women’s stories. That is how the wisdom spread in the powerful, feminine circle.