What is neuro Coaching and what can it do for me?

in Life, Love and Career.

Many of us go into the day not aware of how to create an atmosphere of success and an environment suited for optimal performance. It is critical for us to understand how our brain processes information in order to do so.

I offer a neuroscientific brain profile of a person’s brain preferences and its various regions. It is a multi-dimensional assessment that identifies 6 drivers that can be enhanced for optimum brain performance and 7 different neurological learning styles. It provides validated and highly reliable information which can help people and organizations make informed decisions about future development, Life choices, career choices and career development. There is, to my knowledge, no other brain profile like this.

Once you have determined your brain preferences and learning styles, we can go onto creating your atmosphere of success with tips and tools that are suited to enhancing your unique way of processing information.

Your assessment is included in your intake session at no additional charge.

A good Coach asks great questions to help you remove the obstacles in your mind and to get you back on track in life.

Farshad Asl

A coach is someone who tells you what you don’t want to hear, who has you see what you don’t want to see, so you can be who you have always known you could be.     

Tom Landry

A mentor or a coach is often a good source of tough love. This type of person will often keep pushing you to perform at your best, even when you think you can’t get any better.

Ace McCloud

Identifying your Goals

                          Describe what you want to achieve.




21 Questions to Extraordinary Goal-Setting!

  • GREAT Goals are:

    1. Outcome focused: Once you understand your WHY (and it’s an enthusiastic WHY) you’re 90% there!
    2. In line with your values: The more a goal aligns with your inner or core values – the EASIER it will be to NOTE: We can achieve goals that don’t align with our values but it’s harder to do and less satisfying.
    3. Stated in the positive: “I want healthy fingernails” rather than “I want to stop biting my nails”

    and SMART:

    Specific  (so you know exactly what you’re trying to achieve)

    Measurable  (so you know when you’ve achieved it!)

    Action-oriented  (so you can DO something about it!)

    Realistic  (so it IS achievable) and

    Time-Bound  (has a deadline)


    Focusing on the Outcome:

    1. What is it that you really, REALLY want? Dig deep…
    2. What is the SPECIFIC outcome you’re looking for?
    3. What is the PAIN for you of NOT achieving your goal?


    Aligning with your Values:

    1. Is this goal in line with your life vision/overall life-plan? (Don’t know – what does your gut tell you?)
    2. Is this goal in line with your values? (Unsure? Ask yourself what’s REALLY important to you in life – will this goal help you achieve more of that?)
    3. Are the goals something YOU truly want, or are they something you think you SHOULD have or SHOULD be doing? (Tip: If it is a SHOULD, it may be someone else’s dream…)
    4. When you think about your goal does it give you a sense of deep contentment or ‘rightness’, happiness and/or excitement? (If so, these are good signs that it’s a healthy goal.)
    5. If you could have the goal RIGHT NOW – would you take it? (If not, why not? What issues are there?)
    6. How does this goal fit into your life/lifestyle? (Time/effort/commitments/who else might be impacted?)


    Identifying Obstacles:

    1. Can YOU start & maintain this goal/outcome? (ie. Do you have complete control over achieving it?)
    2. How will making this change affect other aspects of your life? (ie. What else might you need to deal with?)
    • What’s good about your CURRENT SITUATION? (ie. What’s the benefit of staying right where you are?) Then ask, how can I keep those good aspects while STILL making this change?
    1. WHAT might you have to give up/stop doing to achieve this goal? (Essentially, what’s the price of making this change – and are you willing to pay it?)
    2. If there was something important around achieving this goal (to help you succeed, or that could get in the way) that you haven’t mentioned yet, what would it be?
    3. WHO will you have to BE to achieve this goal?


    Goal Sizing:

    1. Is your goal the right size to be working on?
      Too big? Break down into smaller goals. Too small? Fit into a larger goal.
    2. What would be the MINIMUM/Super-Easy level of goal to achieve?
    3. What would be your TARGET level of goal to achieve?
    4. What would be your EXTRAORDINARY level of goal to achieve?


    Resources – get moving:

    1. What RESOURCES do you already have to help you achieve your goal? Make a list! (eg. things, support from people, contacts, personal qualities, knowledge, skills, money, time etc).
    • What RESOURCES do you NEED to help you achieve your goal? Make a list!


    IMPORTANT: REMEMBER – GOALS are there to INSPIRE YOU not to beat yourself up with!