Webinar: From Common Hour Thinking To Brave Thinking
Description: From Common Hour Thinking To Brave Thinking:
Best selling author and renowned Life Coach Bob Proctor says "Most people are not going after what they want. Even some of the most serious goal seekers and goal setters, they're going after what they think they can get." In other words, they're using common hour thinking to achieve what they think they can have. Common hour thinking is based on what our circumstances and conditions say we can do. We make decisions about what we believe is possible, based on what our history says we can do or what other people around us say we can do. Even though we may wish for something more, we keep creating the same results and living the same life based on this way of thinking. And our current results are a reflection of our current way of thinking. To create something new, we're going to have to think in new ways and do some new things. This webinar will help you do just that! You'll learn some brave thinking tools and strategies to empower you to achieve what you want based on what you'd love vs what you think you can get.
Presentation by: Stephanie Puente is the President of CoreFactor Transformative Coaching and is a Certified Life Coach and Transformation Expert. She?s passionate about helping business owners hone in on their authentic life path and empowering them to create and live a life they love living. In between teaching and coaching, Stephanie is also a sought-after speaker and offers engaging and interactive workshops around the U.S. to organizations both large and small.
In addition to more than 20 years of study in personal development, her professional career includes two decades in marketing and communications, business administration, and event planning for the Four Seasons Hotel in New York City; Christie's Great Estates, the real estate division of Christie's Auction House in Santa Fe, NM; an international law firm in Washington, D.C.; and an award-winning children's music school in Austin, TX. She earned her bachelor's degree in Liberal Arts from the University of Texas in Austin and continues to invest in advanced training and education through the Brave Thinking Institute. She has been happily married for more than 20 years to her husband Sebastian and has two daughters, Sofia and Paloma.