Are you ready to step into the life awaiting you as a professional coach?
In a typical conversation, the coach tries some of the following:
When you try any of these techniques, the client doesn’t get what they want. They end up with …nothing. You may have given them the best advice in the world. But very often, people don’t follow it. It’s because the typical coaching model leaves out something very important:
Erickson discovered that most people can be helped in another way. By tapping their inner resources, people could be guided to discover practical solutions that would radically improve their life, right here, right now. They did not need a complex psychological diagnosis – they needed practical help creatively discovering the life solutions that were right for them. One could say it this way: everything you need is within you now.
Erickson built on this simple, yet profound discovery by developing an original set of strategies that made him the most skillful clinical practitioner of the 20th century, and perhaps of all time. He became famous for being able to help nearly any kind of patient or client.
For over a decade people simply wondered at Erickson’s abilities before a man named Jay Haley “cracked the code” and wrote the first book analyzing Erickson’s method. Then scholars and students flocked to Erickson’s side from all over the world, including two men named Richard Bandler and John Grinder. Bandler and Grinder believed they could simplify Ericsson’s method. They called their approach Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP).
Tony Robbins has had three sitting U.S. presidents as his personal coaching clients. Since then he has gone on to create the most lucrative and successful private coaching practice of all time, coaching the biggest influencers of their generation in entertainment, industry, sports, and politics.
Let me tell you the most important things we impart in the Core Training.
Many people actually begin their coaching practice during the training. In fact, this is a great way to start with six full months of live feedback and support. There isn’t a single other coaching program that offers this.
As a coach you’ll be exposed to all kinds of problems and situations. You might be called upon for help with relationship issues, child raising issues, study issues, work related issues, personal happiness issues, and much more. You’ll find that your training in looking for patterns will help you no matter what the situation.
Yes you can. We’ve seen hundreds of our graduates transition to become full time coaches. It’s all about the results you help your clients get. Your training is so effective, you will notice more and more people referring their friends to you. That’s the most effective way to grow your practice.
Most of our coaches started when they were in other jobs. Some did the entire training before starting their coaching business. Others began working as a coach on nights and weekends. As far as the training goes, everything is recorded – even the bimonthly live coaching calls – so you can go through the training at a pace that fits your schedule.
Many of our students had done coaching trainings elsewhere and were not satisfied. Part of them realized they weren’t getting consistent results with their clients. They were frustrated their clients weren’t taking their advice and following through on their suggestions. As soon as they began going through our training, their entire perspective changed.
We see a very wide variety of people going through our training. Many people want to focus on a particular area while others are more general in their desire to serve. We’ve seen people focus as health coaches, relationship experts, life coaches, financial coaches, business coaches, as well as spiritual coaches and healers. Where you take your Robbins-Madanes training is up to you.