Why do we feel bad or insecure about ourselves, and how can we start feeling better? Life Coach Peter Heymann says to figure out what may be causing us to feel stuck are patterns of interaction from our early life. The patterns we learn are formed early, and in order to change them, we have to look deeply into ourselves. Once we recognize the patterns it’s like putting together a puzzle, we can begin to select the person we want to be. He will read from and sign copies of his new book, Get Out of Your Own Way. Peter Heymann has a background in family counseling, group leadership, sales, marketing and business communications. For over twelve years he was a highly trained volunteer counselor.
About the Book:
Wouldn’t it be great if life came with instructions? No matter what the circumstances of your life have been, you have the power to unlock your full potential and become the person you were always meant to be. It is not magic.
By developing a clearer understanding of why you are the way that you are, and then consciously choosing how you want to move forward, you can achieve positive change in your life!
In my coaching practice and in my book you will:
- Explore and Discover New Ways of Being
- Learn How to Express Your Feelings More Effectively
- Overcome Procrastination and Make Better Decisions
- Un-block the Patterns That Keep You From What You Want
- Gain Tools and Techniques to Transform Your Life
Get out of your own way!
About the Author:
Pete brings to his Break-Through Career and Life Coaching practice a diverse background in family counseling, group leadership, sales, marketing, advertising, and business communications.
Pete ran a youth counseling program for five years before applying his people and communications skills to a thirty-year career in sales and marketing. Pete knows business and marketing management from extended real-life experience with corporate and agency services.
During his marketing career, Pete devoted time to a powerful community-based counseling program. For over twelve years he was a highly trained volunteer counselor and then instructor, providing services to people who otherwise could not access counseling. Pete also supplemented his coaching skills through private training, rounding out his experience and developing a system for transforming.
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