Have you taken a look at yourself? That’s what a coach does… listens to what you want to achieve, looks at you fully and objectively, helps you recognize your resources and shortcomings, and helps you add tools and build more resources to overcome challenges and get you where you want to be.
Coaching is a cooperative process, different from therapy in that it’s solution focused and more opinionated. A coach will yell at you at times when it’s in your best interest… a therapist will most likely not.
About Hypnosis and NLP (neuro-linguistic programming)
These are tools for improved communication and optimized thought processes used by high profile coaches and therapists like Tony Robbins and Paul McKenna. I like to think of these simply as a delivery method for useful information.
It’s commonly thought a person must seem asleep to be hypnotized, but it takes only seeing children (and adults) in front of a television to realize that’s not true at all. People are “hypnotized” when they momentarily suspend their beliefs in their current reality and fully involve themselves in whatever they are experiencing.
Juan Acosta is a talented poly-athlete and hypnotherapist recognized for his achievements in a variety of fields and disciplines, from skiing, skating, and whitewater kayaking to professional photography and hypnosis.
He loves helping other high performers get where they desire in life and in their athletic or professional career. One of Juan’s primary skills in coaching is his ability to make complicated concepts and lessons simple to understand and learn for a variety of personalities and learning styles.
As the author of 4 books and countless articles, and a regular speaker at dental and hypnosis trade conferences, Juan is an authority on creating outstanding results for yourself starting with very little or less and living life to the absolute fullest.
Learn more about his dental hypnosis work at Hypnodontist.com
In times of change, learners will inherit the earth, while the learned will find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists. ~ Eric Hoffer