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Change Your Life in Five

by Sue Belton

Change Your Life in Five Synopsis

Divided into five, colour-coded sections, this life-coaching workbook asks readers to Clarify, Conquer, Choose, Celebrate and Commit in order to significantly change the path they are on. Using visualization and journaling techniques, the book will help people clarify what they really want to do in life and what's important to them; show them how to conquer fears and barriers such as self-sabotaging voices; explain how to re-frame patterns of thinking and take on new perspectives and learn how to celebrate achievements, embrace gratitude and self-acknowledgement and avoid imposter syndrome. The author asks readers to put themselves first and reveals the importance of self-care for their wellbeing. Finally, the book ends with strategies to put everything learned into action.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781859064603
Publication date: 16th April 2020
Author: Sue Belton
Publisher: Eddison Books Ltd
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 176 pages
Categories: Assertiveness, motivation & self-esteem,

About Sue Belton

Sue Belton is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coach Federation (ICF). She trained with the prestigious American Coaches Training Institute (CTI) and has been practising for the past 10 years. Her method is based on the 'co- active' method which means clients work with a coach to deepen their understanding of themselves and their emotions as well as how to direct action for change. Based in California,The Co-Active Training Institute (CTI) is an international organization with programmes available worldwide.The founders of CTI were among the initial pioneers of the coaching profession.

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