"I have now worked with Coach Lauren for over six months. Having worked with other executive coaches, including some that charge over $50,000 a year for executive coaching, I can testify that Lauren is a top tier executive behavioral coach. I could not recommend her more highly. I came to her because I was struggling with productivity and motivation at work, as well as detrimentally using internet pornography. She helped me to understand the true source of my issues, break old habit patterns, establish healthy new ones, and to become dramatically more productive and motivated. In fact, during our time working together I signed and closed the largest acquisition of my 20-year career. I can recommend her for any issue that you need to work on. She listens non-judgmentally and is uniquely gifted to help with both personal and professional issues."
I didn't realize all the opportunities I was missing being sub-optimally productive. For example, I hadn't made sales calls myself in the last three years - because I just didn't have time. Post, Lauren I pitched a prospect whom I had been meaning to call for years, and closed a six-figure deal with a dream client. The feedback from the client, "your team did so much more than all your competitors to understand our business and show you could do the work." That all happened because under the new system I made time for important, but non-urgent tasks that used to get missed."
I have a habit, been trying to stop for my entire adult life. I spent about 7 years trying different things to stop, sometimes making progress but ultimately have always ended up not stopping for good. In the six weeks since starting to work with Lauren in the her group program, I’ve made more progress in stopping my habit than in the previous 7 years. Before, I would take a fragmented approach on breaking the habit. For a while, I tracked triggers and moods. Then I joined an accountability group. Then I tried rewarding myself if I did well. Then I tried aversion training. Putting it all together into one package is what really works. For me the biggest factor in my success has been the idea of replacing an old habit with a new one. For a long time I’ve been trying to create a morning routine, and using the old habit loop as a springboard for that has allowed me to actually get one to stick. SO not only do you get to break a bad habit, you get to form a new one and put yourself miles ahead of where you were before. Another huge aspect is the group being there to support everyone else. Knowing that there are other people breaking bad habits and encouraging each other is incredibly helpful. It makes you want to do better for yourself and the group, giving a little extra push. As for working with Lauren as the coach, I can’t recommend her enough. She’s very accessible and responds to every question, constantly finding things that will help you to find success. As a program, it’s been great so far and if nothing has worked for you in terms of breaking your habits, if you’re anything like me it’ll be the last thing. It takes all the individual pieces of breaking a habit and puts them together in a way that builds on itself. I would absolutely recommend that you take the step and make the program work for you to finally change.
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