In my new masterclass, I coach you through a process that helps you become radically stronger using a most unlikely subject. Who knew those difficult people could actually be the reason you transform into the best version of yourself? Personal leadership is about using every challenge for your learning and growth. Once you learn this eight-step process, it can be applied to any tough relationship, from toxic workplaces to family drama. When you’ve graduated from this online course, you’ll have mastery of a powerful leadership skill: how problem people can no longer be a problem.
Every relationship in your life is a fertile ground for strengthening your skills, becoming a better communicator, and discovering your best self. This course will teach you how.
Helpful and informative videos that will enhance each step of your learning experience.
25+ coaching exercises
Engaging exercises that will allow you to go deeper as you work through each step.
An interactive companion workbook that will guide you through each phase of the journey.
What’s Inside the Course
Clients are raving about the powerful results they’re receiving from this easy-to-use online course. “I knew the time was well-spent, but I had no idea there would be such a ripple effect! Not only has my relationship with my sister improved dramatically, but with my brother and friends,” said one client.
To give you a taste of what’s inside, here is a sample from step three of the course. Consider doing this process yourself right now.
Exercise 3.1: BECOMING THE SOURCE OF YOUR OWN HEALING
When facing a challenging person in your life, it’s important to know that any lack of skill or consideration by another person doesn’t need to leave you hurt and victimized. Don’t underestimate the impact on your brain-body chemistry by following the steps below. I promise, if you’re willing to go all-in, this exercise can be transformational to your wellbeing.
1. First, what do you need to say to this person? What do you wish they would understand? Write a letter that fully expresses what you need them to know and wish they could hear.
2. Next, what do you wish that person would say to you? Write a letter including everything you need to hear from them—as if the jerk in your life was taking responsibility, owning their actions, and deeply sorry for any hurt caused. The truth is, if this person was healthy emotionally, they would actually say all of these things to you. Rather than waiting and hoping that person will come around, you can give yourself this important gift right now so you can start to move on.
Learn At Your Own Pace
Get coached by an ICF-certified coach and take your personal growth to a new level in 2022. Download my full masterclass, Finding Gratitude for Jerks, for $100 off and take this transformational journey to freedom at your own pace. You’ll learn leadership and emotional intelligence skills that will last a lifetime.