John is a breakthrough coach based just outside of London in Tunbridge Wells, UK. He works with individuals all around the world looking to make a breakthrough in their life, whether that be with their health, wellbeing, relationships or business. Recently he has spent a lot of time working with individuals with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and other chronic health syndromes and has been amazed at the progress that his clients have been able to achieve with a deeper understanding of how their mind’s really work. He is a Certified Advanced Transformative Coach, and former apprentice to Michael Neill, which is how he first met Jamie Smart, and a former graduate of Jamie Smart’s Glasswing program. But perhaps most importantly, underneath all the labels, John is a human being who has lived and struggled like all of us do. He sees his struggles as a gift these days – an opportunity to open up and understand more about what this life is and to share what he has learned to help others to live happier lives. It’s an honour for him to be asked to address Jamie Smart’s Exponential Practice Community.
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Featured Show Highlights
John got started in the transformation professional business when he started seeking answers about his own unhappiness (1:00).
He says that people resonate with us when we speak the truth and we speak from our knowing-ness, along with speaking from what we have genuinely seen in our own lives (3:22).
John feels that part of a coach’s job is embracing his or her authenticity and showing vulnerability. This is how to make space in your mind for fresh thinking and creativity according to him (8:43).
John talks about his fear of being visible and being out there in the world and how that all changed when he had the realizations that in order to help others that is what he needed to do (12:00).
John had the insights while on his transformational journey that if what he was sharing a genuinely knowingness and was something he believed in, then no matter what peoples’ opinion was of him it could still help people open up (16:35).
He believes that we have this innate capacity to adapt to circumstances in our lives, and our experiences of life is not coming from those circumstances. (31:58)
“There was something that spared my interest of wanting to help others with things they were struggling with too” (1:40)
“Their thinking about me was not objectively true; it was just there subjective experience in the moment.” (15:16)
“So they may still have their judgments, but it can open a door. I’ve got to stick to what I know.” (16:50)