I first learned of the Handel Group executive and life coaching company through taking this wacky, amazing, and really fun workout class called IntenSati. (The class involves intense aerobic activity, spoken affirmations, martial arts, dance, and good, old-fashioned calisthenics. Keep your eyes pealed for a future Glimpse TV episode with Patricia Moreno, founder of IntenSati.) To be totally honest, before I started working with the Handel Group, whenever I met anyone who told me they were a life coach I sort of smirked and discounted it. I never took life coaching seriously and I had a totally unenlightened opinion about the whole profession. I was given a highly discounted trial session with a Handel coach after a workshop on manifesting. I went into the session having half-assed my homework and not really expecting much. Needless to say, given that I’m now featuring the Handel Group on Glimpse TV, I was completely knocked off my feet in the best way possible. I began working with Rebecca Bent, the current CEO of the Handel Group, and during our first session she called me out as a “faker.” I was shocked. I was stunned. I was incredibly annoyed. And somewhere deep inside me I knew she was right. The unraveling around some of my avoidance and faking tendencies began in October 2009 and I continue to coach with the Handel Group now. Their methodology is not for the faint of heart. They are all about personal integrity and telling the truth. I had to fess up to the fact that I’ve never been real keen on the truth and, in fact, I’ve spent most of my twenty-seven years doing back flips and emotional contortions to avoid it. Since working with Rebecca, and now my new coach Molly, my life has transformed in many ways, including much deeper and more authentic relationships with my mom, dad, and sisters, a creative outlet in this blog and Glimpse TV, more financial abundance than I’ve ever had, and a stronger sense of self-worth that comes from knowing that I’m telling the truth. The journey continues and I’m a very pleased customer.
Laurie Gerber, president of the Handel Group, joined me on the roof last week to share the number one mistake people make when having tough conversations (and how to avoid it), why the truth is so sexy, her life’s mission to make the world a better place, and so much more. Enjoy the episode!
The Handel Group has some fantastic events coming up that I highly recommend if you’re ready for life-changing, earth-shattering, world-rocking transformation (or if you even want to take a baby step in that direction). Email [email protected] or call her 201-389-3314 to get your questions answered and to register and receive $25 off the Urban Retreat this weekend and $50 off the Coaching Crash Course if you mention my name and/or Glimpse TV.
First off is the Warrior Body Urban Retreat with Patricia Moreno and Laurie Gerber: two of my favorite things combined into one day! Join Laurie, and Patricia for an inspiring and practical workshop & workout which combines an exceptional life coaching approach with a revolutionary fitness program. Through physical exercise, deliberate thought, affirmations, open discussions and exploration, we will bring together the command of your body, mind and spirit to set in motion a life you love in a body you love!
Sunday, Oct 17, 9am – 4:30pm at Equinox, 43rd St. & Fifth Ave., NYC $200
Second are the Life Coaching Crash Courses that are being held in NYC and California. This weekend course will immerse you in some of the main components of the Handel Method™ and will give you a serious wakeup call in life if you have been coasting. This course is highly engaging and is one of the quickest ways to set your life on a new and exciting trajectory. Frankly, it is the best course they have available.
Course Fee: $400 for entire two-day workshop
NYC, NY (at the Benjamin Hotel) Sat & Sun, Oct 23-24, 9am-4pm
Laguna Beach, CA Sat & Sun, Nov 6-7, 9am-4pm
NYC, NY (at the Benjamin Hotel) Sat & Sun, Dec 4-5, 9am-4pm
Register by contacting Molly: [email protected] or call her 201-389-3314.
Have you told the truth lately? How did it go?
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