Through the conversations and techniques offered by “The Liberated Mind” you will discover what is holding you back, how to overcome each issue in a friendly and supportive environment. You will also build new empowering beliefs about yourself, and be given powerful tools that you can use in your daily life.
The difference between success and failure starts and ends in the mind. There is an NLP saying that says, “Whether you think you can or you can’t, you are probably right”. This is why it is so important to master your mind, and how you think about yourself.
There are several systems for personality profiling, but at The Liberated Mind we use one called DISC. This is because it is a simple test that creates accurate results which are easy to explain and helps us understand our clients, so that we can give them the best possible service.
Watch the welcome video below to find out more about James Banfield and The Liberated Mind. Alternately use the links above to find out how James can help you.
Why choose The Liberated Mind?
Are you stuck and lacking direction, or afraid to take action
Do you suffer from stress, anxiety, or a phobia?
Are you struggling in your personal or work relationships?
Do you have a lack of confidence or low self-esteem?
Would you like to feel more motivated and a have greater sense of well-being?
No matter what kind of a start a person has had, they can take control of their life, and with positive action, reach their full potential. The biggest barrier getting in the way is their own mind. Somewhere along the way they have developed limiting beliefs about themselves, and negative behavioural patterns. But it doesn’t have to be this way!
The Benefits of Working with James:
Understand how your brain works in an easy and accessible way.
Permanently release the things that have been holding you back.
Get out of your head and into the game.
Feel fully accepted and supported by your coach.
Get inspired and empowered to move forward.
Build a clear path and plan for your future.
Take action from a place of total clarity.
Who is James?
James became interested in psychology and the mind during his A-Levels, but he never intended to to make a career out of it.
He had suffered in his childhood after several immediate family members lost their battles with cancer. This had a big impact on his confidence, and led to further problems during his school years. In an attempt to find a way out he began to read self help books and attend courses on personal development.
Slowly he noticed some positive changes, and because of his caring personality people began to ask for his advice with their own struggles. But the key moment came many years later when after offering his support to someone on a train journey they said the words, “You would be a great life coach”. At the time he didn’t know exactly what a life coach was, but something resonated with him. He attended a weekend introductory course in London, and signed up to the full course then and there. He suddenly realised that through his own personal development and interest in psychology, he had unknowingly been training for this kind of work his whole adult life.
He has been attending courses and adding to his tools and qualifications ever since. James is now proud to be helping people of all ages and careers to break free of the things holding them back, and lead a happy and fulfilling life.
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