Career coaching releases intelligence | KBM coaching : CAREER

In the movie Lucy, Scarlett Johansson’s character has the ability to unlock larger parts of her “brain power”. With this unusual talent, she can do amazing work, save lives and protect nations.

Why can’t we?

Why can’t we unlock the secret service vault buried within us?

Does the speed at which we are supposed to perform and achieve suppresses our ability to really think?

Are we so close to our own wisdom that we cannot see her staring straight at us?

These questions are at the root of all global philosophical dialogue and so far no one has the answers. Do you?

There is a unique way to unlock information through “triggers”. External triggers – words, scents, sights, sounds and conversations – pave the way to inner wisdom. And one of the triggers that you have on hand is your career coach! That’s true. I firmly believe that career coaching releases intelligence.

The conversations, challenges, and questions asked during career coaching will help you overcome the clutter and unlock your own amazing wisdom.

When we work together during career coaching, we unlock latent pearls of wisdom and guide this intelligence to the common good. Sounds like we’re a bunch of superheroes (boy, I wish), but we’re not.

Trainers are trained to help you unlock your inner wisdom and use that “intelligence” to create the path that will take you there, and to guide and support you in this first big step and beyond. Hearing your own wisdom set back will lead to a journey of courageous success. Remember you have the most powerful insight of all! As your career coach, I’m here to show you how this inner knowledge can help you realize your true potential.

Do we only use 10% of our brain? No longer.

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