Always a Better Way
I’m Tony, an established, professional life and wellness coach and mentor who is also a Yoga and Meditation practitioner. My goal is to help you through everyday life by providing, Personal Professional Performance Life Coaching, accredited by the Coaching Academy, covering a wide range of areas, including, but not limited to, reinvention, resilience, mindfulness and image coaching. I have worked with a diverse range of clients, for a variety of different reasons, helping them to achieve their goals, improving their outlook and other areas of their lives.
My services cover a wide spectrum of coaching options, and are tailored entirely to you.
With a diploma from the Coaching Academy in Personal Performance Coaching and also Continuous Process Development accredited with the Coaching Academy https://www.the-coaching-academy.com/
Take a look at the coaching and mentoring I’ve provided in the past to get more of an idea of what I do.
I am pleased to have become a Trustee for Headway East London , since December 2018, having previously assisted many members of this organisation, as part of my voluntary work at this Charity for five years. Here is more information about this organisation: www.headwayeastlondon.org
The Coaching Academy Diploma in Personal Performance Life Coaching – www.the-coaching-academy.com/
Continuous Process Development Award for Life Coaching from the Coaching Academy for the following accredited activities:
Money; like it or loathe it, it is in your life. The issue of finances affects all aspects of people’s lives; including their relationships, their careers and their health. Attend this non-finance-based coach training day to learn loads of fantastic exercises to do with your clients to help them master their beliefs and their attitudes to money.
Finances, or the lack of them, will have a major impact upon the goals that your clients set for themselves and may often be an unspoken barrier to them creating the life they really want to live.
Most people say that they want to achieve financial independence, but lack the know-how and confidence to work out how much that would be and how they might achieve it. Learn non-threatening ways to help your clients get a realistic financial plan in place to facilitate their other goals in their lives.
This Continuous Process Development day, which I attended was run by Sarah Urquhart, who has developed her interest in money matters over many years. She ís not an accountant or financial advisor, but instead looks at the emotional side of money and enables her clients to look into their financial mirrors, uncover the beliefs driving behaviours that are creating financial shortage for them and discover new ways that they can create
This Continuous Process Development day, which I attended, was relevant to anyone working with individuals who want to create a powerful image and to have a positive impact on a variety of audiences. I developed a number of tools, techniques and top tips, which I am able to use with my potential clients.
Mindfulness and Coaching
This Mindfulness tool, covers the following:
Neuroscience and Coaching
Neuroscience is the scientific study of the nervous system. Traditionally neuroscience has been seen as a branch of biology. However, in more recent times it has evolved into a far more interdisciplinary science – particularly within social, cognitive and effective (emotion) psychology disciplines.
This day, which I attended, covered an introduction to Neuroscience, providing an overview of what it is and how a raised awareness of the field of neuroscience can add value to the quality of coaching taking place. The relevant elements of neuroscience, when combined with a coaching approach, have a positive impact on motivation, goal setting and action planning.
Personal 'reinvention' is a life changing experience that will benefit most people at some time in their lives. The term reinvention is really all about re-evaluating oneself and ones life when a major change in personal circumstances is approaching. This could be retirement, redundancy, career transition or simply a need to alter ones direction in life.
Whether you are considering helping clients who want to reinvent their work situation in part or completely, the concepts and strategies covered in this course will be wholly relevant.
Although this thought-provoking and interactive workshop has a bias towards people who are retiring from their usual place of work but aren't ready to stop work, the principles can apply to anyone who recognises the need to effect a meaningful and fulfilling transition.
Simon Drury, the facilitator of the seminar which I attended, specialises in working with clients who are approaching a major change in their work situation such as retirement, redundancy and career transition. The key support is to help them design and create a meaningful, fulfilling and exciting 'next chapter'. Using his extensive corporate experience, Simon has a wealth of insight into the psychology of 'reinvention' and what it means to the individual.
'Reinvention' Coaching: Transitioning through major change comprises theory, activities and interactive exercises that will enable you to begin to explore and understand the different meanings of 'reinvention', the psychology of motivation, the importance of self-perception and life purpose.
You will leave the workshop with...
Many people seek coaching for help with managing stress, particularly in relation to 'high-stakes' events such as sitting exams, making board-level presentations or competing at the highest levels in sport.
This workshop, which I attended, provided me with the skills to assist my clients in gaining control of their stress, and, hence, of their lives.
This included the following.