StrategyDriven Podcast Episode 25 – Frame of Mind Coaching: Journaling for Success
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Episode 25 – Frame of Mind Coaching: Journaling for Success explores the personal performance improvement process of journaling. Kim Ades, President of Frame of Mind Coaching, introduces her process of journaling; during which ones limiting thought patterns are identified and replaced with a new way of thinking that ignites significant personal and professional change. This discussion:
- reveals the impact of ones thoughts on results achieved
- examines how journaling uncovers limiting thoughts
- introduces the process of ‘trading up’ for more empowering thoughts
- identifies the added benefits of guided journaling
Complimenting the invaluable insights Kim shares with us in this podcast are the additional Frame of Mind Coaching materials and resources found on her website, Frame of Mind Coaching (www.FOM52.com).
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About the Contributor
Kim Ades is President of Frame of Mind Coaching and one of North America’s foremost experts on performance through thought management. For over ten years, Kim has helped business professionals achieve exceptional results. By using her unique process of coaching through journaling, she works with clients to unveil and switch their thought patterns to ignite significant change and life transformation. To read Kim’s full biography, click here.
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