“Brad Yates’s coaching was one of the most intuitive, direct-hit, useful experiences I’ve had. Anyone will benefit immediately and deeply from working with him.” -Mary C., Intuitive Counselor
When will you allow yourself:
· More fulfilling relationships
· Better performance (career, sports, academics…)
· Improved health
· More money
· Greater spiritual connection
· More peace and happiness
Life operates on the basis of the law of cause and effect. The items above are all effects — you are the cause. To change the effect, you must change the cause.
You may have attended tons of seminars, read a million self-help books—but somehow find yourself unable (unwilling?) to really take the steps they outline or experience the results they promise.
We are told that we live among “acres of diamonds” – and it’s true. You have an abundance of wealth and ability at your fingertips. Unfortunately, limiting fears and beliefs keep your hands tied, such that those “diamonds” are out of reach. They keep you from having the successful state of mind necessary to get the results you desire.
Most of these beliefs are unconscious—and very old. They are not your fault. But—you have the choice to let them go, so that they are no longer barriers to the abundance of health, wealth and happiness you so richly deserve.
My job is to help you let them go.
Likewise, the magnificent you who is capable of creating the life of your dreams is already there inside you – hidden under limiting beliefs – misunderstandings about who you really are – and we can tap those away, because they don’t really belong to you.
You would then have the freedom to succeed.
Success is your natural tendency. It is your birthright. What’s offered here are safe, gentle and effective tools for overcoming the internal blocks to success. You will not only find yourself enjoying the freedom to take more positive action in your life, but also enjoy greater health, wealth, happiness and well-being.
That wouldn’t just be great for you – but think what a difference it would also make for everyone with whom you come into contact.
There’s an analogy I like to use, which I call: “The Piano Principle”
Imagine walking into someone’s home, and finding the living room dominated by a beautiful grand piano. You ask your hosts for a recital, to which they reply that they don’t play. As you run your hand over the sleek exterior of this magnificent instrument, you think to yourself, “What a shame…”
I think human beings are like grand pianos – incredible creations capable of producing wonderful music. But too often that potential goes untapped. We think that greatness is meant for someone else, that we don’t have the talent (the looks, the money, the time, the breaks…) And so we live lives “of quiet desperation,” occasionally entertaining thoughts of “what if…?”
What if Mozart had hidden his talent? (Or Bowie, or, moving from music, Edison or Gandhi or anyone else who has made a positive difference.) I’m not saying that everyone should feel compelled to live that big, but if one has that inkling… It seems a shame that, as Oliver Wendell Holmes said,
“The average person goes to their grave with their music still in them.”
Imagine a world where people felt free to share their grandest music and make a huge positive difference. Or, at the least, were free from the negativity that causes them to hurt themselves and others. Consider what would be possible.