Ask anyone who has worked with me, "What is the first thing Tom says when you start working together?" and They will tell you that Tom said "I have some good news and some tough news, first is that there is nothing wrong with you and lastly, it's going to take some time to convince you of that."
I believe that you are perfect and flawless. When people come to work with me, we soon discover that it is not the person that is the issue but rather their thinking and habits that are. Knowing this, we will work on creating the positive thinking and productive actions that gets the results you want.
"We do not focus on problems from the past but rather on the possibilities for your future".
My passion for this work, as a Life Coach stems in large part from my own life experiences. My journey in this life started with being born with a hearing impairment. For the first five years of my life, I didn't speak. I simply observed the world around me. As I got older, I realized that what I once thought of as a disability actually helped me connect, understand, and empathize with others.
By actively listening to what is being said, I discovered I have an exceptional ability to intuitively listen to what other people are really trying to say.
For more than twenty years, I have been on a journey to create a stronger and deeper relationship with my true self. Along the way, I have made a lot of mistakes and eventually lost touch with my true self. As a result, I was living a life of unhappiness because I did know not who I was or what I wanted to do with my life.
Sometimes I meet with clients outside.
But time and time again, I have found my way home. These experiences have taught me how to reestablish my connection with my true self. Eventually, I discovered and used practical tools and resources that kept me connected with my true self. I will only share the tools I have used with my clients. The clients have reported and shown appreciation for the amazing results achieved.
I have a strong admiration for individuals, who have accepted that they have either lost touch with themselves or lost their ways in their lives. Also, that they hold themselves fully accountable and committed to creating the life that is fulfilling and purposeful.
So, I leave you with a quote from Robert Schuller, "What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?" So, if you knew there were opportunities to improve your life in painless ways, would you take them?
If you are ready to be accountable and committed to changing an area in your life, contact me.