Sam Jarman is a PGA Professional golfer who played full time golf for ten years. Now he coaches golfers as well as other sports people, showing them how the principles behind clarity can help them to perform better, enjoy it more and (for the professionals) how to grow their teaching practices and improve their businesses. And one of the interesting things about Sam is that he’s written an excellent book called The Three Principles of Outstanding Golf.
Russell Davis is a performance and mind coach who loves helping people find peace of mind, grow, and create more of the life they want. And one of the interesting things about Russell is that he left a very successful career to re-create himself and be more ‘him’ in work and play. He wanted to wake up and be paid for being himself, and now he is!
Bev Holden is co-founder of the Clear Thinking Partnership, and works with household name companies to cultivate a spirit of collaboration in their teams and culture. And one of the interesting things about Bev is that she’s had management roles with companies such as Sainsburys, Burger King, Tops Shop and the Disney Store.
Philippe Bartu is a leadership coach who helps successful entrepreneurs have less stress and more ease, joy and fun in everything they create. And one of the interesting things about Philippe is the way he brings simplicity to the most complex situations and circumstances.
Ankush Jain is a successful coach and a leader in the coaching community. He has spoken at conferences in the USA and Europe, and works with clients from around the world, helping them achieve extraordinary results. And one of the interesting things about Ankush is that he runs Immersion events for men and women around the subject of showing up more powerfully in life.
Mahima Shrestha is a crisis management consultant who’s passionate about bringing people together, finding solutions to complex problems and facilitating long-term change in culture and communities. And one of the interesting things about Mahima is that she’s got a background in journalism and PR.
Sarah Phipp is a transformational professional who works as a wellbeing coach and a nutritional therapist. She works with people who have often severe chronic health problems. And one of the interesting things about Sarah is that over the last 10 years she’s been on a journey of recovery from a diagnosis of chronic fatigue syndrome, and is now fully recovered.
In this week’s episode of Your Exponential Practice Podcast, we’re going to be doing something a little different. I’m about to launch a new show called The Results Mindset Podcast, so I thought I’d give you a sneak preview this week. You see, the show is particularly relevant to transformation professionals, because each show, I’m going to be talking to people who have gone through profound transformations as clients, and are creating extraordinary results. And these are the things that your clients pay you for.
And the very first episode is with business owner Ian Selby. Now, I did a 3-day, CEO 1:1 Intensive with Ian a few years ago, and I tell the story of our session in my new book RESULTS: Think Less, Achieve More. But the interesting thing about this interview, is that we’re going to get Ian’s side of the story, and this is something you may not hear so often, you know, the client’s perspective on the experience of transformation. You’ll also hear how Ian’s life has continued to transform since we worked together.
You can subscribe to the Results Mindset podcast for free at www.jamiesmart.com/resultspodcast, and you can download the first two chapters of my new book, RESULTS at www.jamiesmart.com/instantresults, and this includes some of the ideas we’re going to be talking about, so you might even want to have a quick look at that before listening to this show.
Kimberley Hare is Managing Director of Kaizen Training Limited, a consulting firm she co-founded 27 years ago. She draws from a variety of approaches, and works now exclusively from a Three Principles perspective. She is also an expert in the Neuroscience of Leadership, Engagement and Culture Change, Positive Psychology, Social Psychology and Influencing, NLP, and Brain-Friendly Learning. She is a regular keynote speaker at conferences all over the world, and has published numerous articles on learning, leadership and organisational change. Kimberley is a CpF (Certified Professional Facilitator) certified by the International Association of Facilitators. She is the author of two best-selling books about the brain and learning.
Chris Norton is a director of Mentor Group, a company that specialises in sales transformation for large organisations. He’s the author of “The DNA of Success” and co-author of “Bareknuckle Customer Service”. And one of the interesting things about Chris is that he’s a master of what he calls the one-hour close.