Do you consider yourself emotionally strong enough to turn the unfavorable situation into your favor? In this Expert Insight Interview, Kim Ades discusses the Frame of Mind Coaching process. Kim Ades is an entrepreneur, a founder and president of Frame of Mind Coaching, coach, speaker, and author.
The interview discusses:
- What is emotional resilience?
- The Frame of Mind Coaching process
- Identifying what we want
What is Emotional Resilience?
One trait characteristic of top performers in any industry is high levels of emotional resilience. Being emotionally resilient means not only to bounce back from the trouble times quickly but also to find a way to thrive during difficult times. People who have emotional resilience look for opportunities no matter the circumstances that surround them. The world continuously changes, and some people try to resist it and make life harder while some people embrace the change.
The Frame of Mind Coaching
Someone said that our life is what our thoughts make it. However, people are not even aware of the full extent to which our thoughts impact our outcomes. The Frame of Mind Coaching process looks at the people’s current thinking. The first part of the process is to learn how a person functions in daily life. Firstly, clients record their calls, and later they listen to those calls and observe them. Secondly, they keep a daily online journal through which a coach can extract noticeable patterns, triggers, and beliefs. The key to achieving our goals is to align our ways of thinking and believing with the goals we want to achieve. The belief system plays a crucial role in your path towards your goals. For instance, constant fear and anxiety also fall into a belief. That is a belief of being endangered all the time, and it causes so much stress on your mind, plus it only furthers you from your goals.
What Do You Want?
We should all ask ourselves two questions. The first one is what we really want? And the second one is what prevents us from it? By asking these questions, many people realize that they do not know what they really want because all this time they were living up to other people’s expectations and standards. And the reason why they were doing those things is that they had a wrong belief system. So, what we need to do is to change our belief system and find courage and determination to go live that life we wished for ourselves in the first question.
John is the Amazon bestselling author of Winning the Battle for Sales: Lessons on Closing Every Deal from the World’s Greatest Military Victories and Social Upheaval: How to Win at Social Selling. A globally acknowledged Sales & Marketing thought leader, speaker, and strategist. He is CSMO at Pipeliner CRM. In his spare time, John is an avid Martial Artist.