This is one of the ‘Cafe’ style coaching sessions ran by Newcastle Performance Coaching Limited in the North East.
How many of us set goals at the beginning of the year? Many people decide to lose weight, end a relationship, change career, do more or less of something. But how many people actually succeed in achieving their goals?
In this interactive session we will look at the our Goals for 2014, see how much progress we have made to acheive them, what learnings we have taken from the progress we have made and look at how else we can work on those goals that we are struggling to acheive.
Life coaching can bring amazing results to the clients who wish to acheive Personal and Professional success – but good coaching comes at a cost. These ‘Cafe’ sessions are a great way of accessing affordable coaching whilst being supported and motivated not just by the Coaches but also by fellow delegates.
Refreshments provided – please bring a notebook and pen.
Limited places available (10) so that everyone has the opportinity to contribute.
Join us for a day out to Flamingoland. You’ll find the Theme Park & Zoo in Kirby Misperton, a small village between Malton and Pickering in North Yorkshire. About 2 hours drive from Newcastle.
You don’t have to have kids to join us, but being up for a fun day out is essential.
Details on our websites:
Professional People North East – Friendship group for single working people over 40
Personal Development Circle North East – Personal Development and Spirituality sessions in the North East
Both groups are sponsored by Newcastle Performance Coaching Limited http://www.geordie-coach.com – Professional Coaching for Professional People – Bridging the Gap to Your Success
Group coaching sessions working on our 2014 goals, very relaxed and informal. Whatever the goals are that you are working on (personal, professional or business) there is something for everyone in this session.
How do you communicate with others? What signals are you sending out? Are you getting your message out effectively. Lots to cover in this great 2 hour interactive session.
Your Coaching for this session is PDCNE organiser – Aly
£10 to members of the PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT CIRCLE NORTH EAST
£15 anyone else who comes along
Cash only – please attend 10-15 minutes before the session start time to make payment on arrival for the session and sort out tea/coffee before we start.
Price includes refreshments.
Remember to bring along a notepad and pen!
Venue – Wallsend Memorial Hall
Date – Saturday 5 April 2014 – 1pm to 3pm
Link to website: http://www.meetup.com/Personal-Development-Circle-North-East/events/172728042/
Come along to our group coaching sessions and join with others working on our 2014 goals. If you are interested in working with a coach and would like to join a supportive group session check out this regular meeting.
22 March 2014 from 1pm to 3pm
venue – Wallsend Memorial Hall and Peoples Centre in Wallsend (parking & metro station nearby).
Session is brought to you by Newcastle Performance Coaching sponsors of the Personal Development Circle North East.
In this Group Coaching session we are looking at The 6 Human Needs. (Certainity, Variety, Signification, Love & Conection, Growth and Contribution) and also the 4 Classes of Human Experience.
Group coaching and interactive session.
£15 payment on the day (cash only thanks) – includes refreshments
please pre-book your place either on our website http://www.meetup.com/Personal-Development-Circle-North-East/events/168233272/ or on our Eventbrite page http://personal-development-circle-north-east.eventbrite.co.uk/
Monthly Personal Development Cafe starting March 2014
The Personal Development Cafe is both for those people new to personal development and for those already exploring coaching and neuro linguistic programing (nlp). The café sessions are designed to be informative, stimulating and compliment other Personal Development Circle North East’ workshops.
“If I have the belief that I can do it, I shall surely acquire the capacity to do it even if I may not have it at the beginning.” Gandhi
As a member of the Personal Development Cafe part you will:
– Discover the benefits of using personal development techniques
– Learn tools for confidence, motivation & the power of your mind
– Gain an understanding of the science and behind personal development
– Feel motivated and supported by the group
– Progress to become the person you want to become
Café sessions are monthly and run for 2 hours. In a relaxed and informal setting the sessions will start with a coffee followed by “some food for thought” – an informative and stimulating talk. Then it’s time for “café chatter” to open up discussion. We finish with some “clearing up” and self-reflection which is for your eyes only.
You are welcome to “drop in” on individual café sessions, but you may find benefit from regular attendance.
No matter what your goals and dreams may be or at what level you are to achieving them. With consistent motivation, a deeper understanding of the power of your mind, good clear teaching, and a friendly group of people behind you, you will gain a deeper understanding and belief in yourself from which change will naturally develop.
You can choose from our Café menu over the following dates
March 8th Start thinking right
Start right thinking
There’s a battle going on in our minds, a daily conversation with ourselves which if it’s going well, can make our day and if it not well “I might as well not even bother !!!!” (does this sound familiar?)
The true fact is that our bodies and behaviours are affected by the way we think. We think in patterns that develop habits, our brain remembers these habits and like a well-worn path, they are stored in the neurology of the brain.
More often than not we talk down to ourselves, talk ourselves out of things and limit our opportunities before that have even entered the room. When was the last time you told yourself how amazing you are?
The good news is that our brain can learn a new path, and the more often we choose a better path the more worn it becomes until it becomes a new path of better thinking.
So in this session we are going to explore a little bit about how the brain works, the physical effects of both positive and negative self-talk and write ourselves some affirmations to take home, so we can start the day on the right path.
April 26th Your personality types
May 24th Understanding your values
June 14th Communicating with confidence
July 19th Love yourself and others
August No meeting – summer break
September 20th Hear your Inner wisdom
October 18th The fear factor
November 15th Towards your spiritual self
£15 … just pay on the arrival.
The Methodist Church
Framwellgate Moor, off front street, Framwellgate Moor DH1 5EJ
Personal Development Cafe Presenter Caroline Molloy
If Caroline is unable to run the session it will be ran by Aly or one of our other regular presenters.
No meeting in August (summer break) or December.
The secret to success often rests with setting great goals … but why should we set goals?
We spend so much of time thinking about what is happening in our life – good and bad – and often wanting things to be changed but not sure what we want instead. Whatever aspect of our lives it is (family / friendships / career / wellbeing / money etc) there is something that we would want to change.
So how does change start? Well a good place is in setting goals!
There are many benefits of goal setting.
Goals are like having an in-built Sat Nav – your goals will take to in a direction you have chosen and for which you want to go. Setting goals is about articulating your vision (whether in words, pictures, symbols or a combination of). Your vision will take you on a path to reality and when you have achieved the goal, you improve your life and become a better version of yourself – your confidence and self esteem will increase as you appreciate and acknowledge your achievements.
Focusing on the important things
When you set goals you are sorting out your priorities – deciding what is most important to you and what can wait. By focusing your time and efforts on what you want to achieve you are more likely to achieve your goals.
You will make reasoned decisions
Once your Goals have been identified when opportunties come along you are more likely to make the right decisions in line with your goals and medium / long term plans.
You are more likely to achieve you goal sooner
If you remain focused on your goals and keep them in mind. You will have a focused approach to life and are more likely to concentrate your time, finances and energy with less likelihood in being distracted.
Be confident, be enthusiastic
When you set goals they need to be specific so you can measure your progress. As you near your goal and monitor your profess this will improve your confidence, keep you motivated and enthusiastic about achieving the final stage which marks your success.
Each time you achieved one goal, you will want to set more goals in the knowledge you can get there. Subsequent goals are often harder to achieve and require more effort. As you have achieved some goals there is no reason why you cannot go on to bigger and better things with higher goals.
You are closer to success
Every step you take towards your goals is a step nearer to success.
Remember to reward your efforts along the way.
How to set goals
This is easy. Setting goals that motivate and inspire you to achieve is a tad harder. Come along to our Coaching Cafe Goals workshop – set some compelling goals and start on your journey to success.
In the Coaching Club workshop I will take you through the art of setting goals, identify which goals are key to your personal success right now.
Ever felt that you are running around in circles, no clear vision of where you are going or how you will get there? Were you wasting all your energy? Did you get annoyed with yourself? Start throwing your toys out the pram with frustration? Whether it is your personal life or running your business the emotions can be very similar.
Running your business, especially in the early days, can see you using up all your spare cash and resources, drain your mental energy, and run away with your time.
It is easy to get absorbed in what is going wrong with the situation, blame others, run around aimlessly for anything and everything that may help. The thing is that we only know so much and the answers may be outside our consciousness although we may well have the resources required to resolve the situation we are in.
A great resource is to work with a coach who will help you identify what the key challenges are, what resources you may have that have not been utilised yet, and prepare an action plan to get you working smarter to resolve matters. Working with a coach is like having a compass showing you the way to your destination. Your coach will keep you focused and on track. If you get stuck then help is at hand to take stock and reassess the situation to identify the next key steps to get you where you want to be either by the original route you chose or by identifying an alternative route.
In life as in business there are so many decision to make, options to cosider, distractions on our time and focus. Having said that you can be successful, just find your way with the help and support of a coach.
Contact Newcastle Performance Coaching to book your coaching session in which we will work together to identify the key strategies which will kick you off on your path to personal or business success. The investment for the first session is only £47 with no obligation to take further sessions. Contact me for further information.
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