COACHING SERVICES TO HELP YOU ADAPT & THRIVE
I am Ann C. Holm, a Professional Certified Coach who will help you develop your strengths while accounting for blind spots. More than flashes of insight, I will help you build and sustain new neural pathways to truly uncover your potential.
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WHY CHANGE DOESN'T STICK
People often get in their own way, resulting in harsh judgments of themselves, others, and circumstances. We emerge from reading inspiring books or taking seminars with enthusiasm to change, but because we lack an expert guide or an overarching roadmap that creates sustainable momentum, we fail to achieve our goals.
Reaching your true potential can be boiled down to these two factors. Being self-aware and mentally fit empowers you to be flexible with your behavior, communicate with influence, and lead effectively.
As an experienced coach, I lead you through the process. My signature coaching protocol and mental conditioning activities support you becoming your best self, leading to increased confidence, peak performance, and enhanced life satisfaction.
“When I first engaged with Ann a decade ago, I was going through a really tough time, both professionally and personally. I felt like I had lost my way and developed some bad habits. I wanted more, but I didn’t know how to get it. Working with Ann helped me recognize both my strengths and weaknesses. More importantly, we together developed a path to my goals that enabled me to leverage my strengths while avoiding the pitfalls that had tripped me up so many times in the past. Ann helped me to see my potential to influence others and encouraged me to start a blog that eventually became my business. Today, The Logistics of Logistics podcast is one of the leading business news podcasts and I would have never started it had I not met Ann – she even came up with the name!”
—Joe Lynch, CEO and Podcaster for Logistics of Logistics
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Educator Bandwidth: Reclaiming Your Energy, Passion, and Time
Think of bandwidth as the energy that powers the prefrontal cortex of the brain—the center of executive function. This small area of the brain uses a tremendous amount of energy. We need that energy to make good decisions, focus on cognitively demanding tasks, be patient and empathetic, and engage in necessary self-care, such as eating well. You can increase the amount of “bandwidth” you have using specific behaviors, similar to how you can increase fuel capacity by installing a bigger fuel tank in your car.
However, use up bandwidth for one of the above functions and you’ll be running on empty for the others. Learn about your current brain energy and bandwidth—your willpower, patience, and concentration capacity—and the practices that will help you and your learning community reclaim energy, passion, and time.