Success is not final; failure is not fatal – it is the courage to continue that counts.’ – Winston Churchill
It is courage – that inner resilience and intentional perseverance – that truly counts. But how do you develop and maintain this mindset? In working with me as an Unbeatable Mind coach, you will discover two critical elements: (1) The map – defining where you want to go and how are you going to get there (2) the tools – just as we need adequate resources for a successful road trip (mode of transportation, fuel, etc.) we also need some critical tools to develop and maintain a powerfully integrated lifestyle and resilient mindset. As my Unbeatable Mind client, you will gain access to various ‘modes of transportation’ (mobilize your potential to get to that next level), fuel (sustain momentum as you drive forward), and sufficient resources (your specific toolkit). Think of coaching as your personalized GPS – a navigation tool with multiple options to ensure you’re headed in the right direction, but ultimately you are the one at the steering wheel with your foot on the gas or the break.
Where are you headed? How are you going to get there? And what are you doing to maximize your incredible potential along the way? As your coach, I will help you discover both how to build your own customized map and how to use a variety of resources that will enable you to continue traversing upwards across what we call ‘The Five Mountains’ via the guideposts of purpose, passion, principles and understanding your ‘One Thing’ – your unique contribution to the world. Let’s get started!
In 2014, while in the midst of a competitive doctoral program, Halle nearly lost her life and was left with significant neurological injuries including memory loss and the inability to recognize letters or words. Life came to a screeching halt and then began the slow, painful journey of rehabilitative recovery. But in the midst of all the chaos, suffering became an incredible teacher. Against the odds, Halle returned to school and is now in the final stages of earning her doctorate. She has an MSc, BScN, and over half a decade of teaching experience as an undergraduate professor.