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Mindset Coaching: Why We Use One and You Should Too
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Daniel Wise --  Federal Prison Time Consulting, LLC Daniel Wise -- Federal Prison Time Consulting, LLC
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Dateline: Spokane , WA
Monday, March 25, 2019

 

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Dan Wise of RDAPDan is a huge believer in mindset coaching. He believes mindset coaching changed his life and his ability to reduce his federal prison sentence. Mindset coaches are dedicated to rewiring an individual's thought patterns, enabling them to be the very best version of themselves and to unlock their full potential.  Mindset coaching is something everyone can benefit from, but for those facing prison time, it’s a must. Attitude is everything and working with a mindset coach can be life changing. A mindset coach works with clients to get them from where are now, to where they want to be. Even if they aren’t quite sure where they want to be, and who is when facing federal prison time? Individuals facing federal prison time are in need most for mindset coaching. Mindset coaching helps people figure out what they want and how to get it. The right mindset is key to knowing where you want to be. Dan Wiseof RDAPDanis a strong believer and living proof of what mindset coaching can do for your life. “Mindset coaching gets you focused on what can be done rather than dwelling in remorse over what already was done wrong. Changing your mindset gets your head out of the sand and forces you to take responsibility for your life.” Mindset coaching encompasses a series of conversations tailored to the client, the talks are curated to bring out the very best the client can be. Mindset coaching is not a replacement for therapy. Some therapists may have also trained as mindset coaches, or will use mindset coaching techniques as part of their practice. Still, one should never assume that a mindset coach has the psychological education, background and/or experience to replace a therapist. Mindset coaches avoid giving direct advice or solving problems. Instead they focus on asking questions to help identify and solve problems on their own. Engaging in mindset coaching sessions is a process RDAPDan suggests for all of his clients, including himself.
 
RDAP DAN - Federal Prison Time Consulting, LLC
Spokane, WA
509-434-4695
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