The ONE thing that separates successful coaches from the rest

What is the ONE thing that separates successful coaches from the rest?
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I am off to a secret place for Easter Holidays

Hey my friend,

Peter here and I want to let you in on a secret. That’s what I do most of the time. As you may know I live in Norway, Scandinavia. And it was just awarded the best country in the world to live. So I feel very lucky – and a little clever.

You see, I’m a nature’s guy. And 4 years ago I made a clever move from the capital Oslo, down to a little coastal town called Risør. This is where all the affluent people in Norway go for holidays. I went down here to visit myself four years ago. After only three hours I decided to move here. And that has served me well.

You see, I try to design my life. In our company Leadership by Heart we call it Lifestyle Design. And it’s a core value to us. So much that our international team is paid to take holidays later this week.

That’s how it is to live in Norway… We have a 10 days public holiday around Easter. And we decided to close shop, and give our whole team time off for the holidays.

And during this holidays – I took my son and his friend, both four years old, down to a beach called «Hemmeligheten». That strange word there means «The Secret». Yes, THE secret. Funny name for a beach, don’t you think?

It takes a special kind of person to actually get there. It is a secret trail – that I was searching for my first 3 years here… and you have to climb down a stream most of the way there. It is very steep – so steep that many years ago someone mounted a metal ladder to the mountain to be able to get down. It took my girlfriend one hour to get down there from our house, climbing with those four year olds.

I had a phone meeting first – so after that I went down to hang out with them, and walking from my house I found that it only took me 11 minutes to get there! (and like an hour up – and I’m fit…) So that means I have only 11 minutes to get to a Scandinavian version of Paradise. It is a beautiful little beach… secluded.

Hardly ever other people get there and it’s us, some small island and the ocean. And lot’s of sun. Plus, to my surprise it has excellent phone and internet reception. Which gives me a fantastic opportunity. Lifestyle Design.

After my loooong Easter holidays I will start taking phone appointments offering Breakthrough Sessions for people who want to be a significant person by lifting others up. I will introduce Leadership by Heart Coaching internationally.

And where do you think I will make those phone calls from? Yes, you are right. Hemmeligheten!

Hope to connect soon, from a secret beach far away.

With Love – Peter

PS: I want to share glimpses of the good life and inspire you with stories you will love. So after my holiday here I will make a new exclusive Facebook group. You will be the very first to know about it! Watch out for an email with an invite for you.

PPS: Some of those calls from Hemmeligheten I might even do as Skype calls…
…and if you ask for it – I might just turn on my camera and show you around.

Don’t Forget To Be While You Do

As the end of the year approaches, there are piles of work to do. At home, at work, with different state/regional offices. And the list continues. An end of each year is busy, chaotic and full of tasks to complete. To not forget about the “most important” things, we create long to-do lists that only grow and grow as we try to cross as much as possible. And if this goes for long enough, we lose ourselves in doing for the sake of doing something. Because we believe all this needs to be done and finished. And we forget that before we started “doing” all this, there was something much more important. We were.

That’s the crucial element to remember. In order to do something, we have to be first. Without being there is no doing.

Look at the children around. Whether you have your own, or you have some in your family, or just look at a random child on the street. Their innocence. They have nothing to do. They only are, and they’re content and happy about it. If they have a need, they express it according to their age.

I remember my son when he was only three months old. He was lying on a couch, just smiling and looking at the world around him. He was just BEING. No worries, no plans. No past, no future. Just here and now. And any time he needed something, he began to scream.

We all start exactly like this. And when we start growing up, we feel the urge to do. Not only at the end of each year but throughout all those years. Anytime there’s an idea, some inspiration; something is entirely wrong or completely right – we always end up with the feeling that we have to do something with it. Celebrate it or change it. Embrace it or forget it forever. Start it, finish it or simply bail on it. But you can also do absolutely nothing about it.

What I do when I get inspired, or have too many tasks? I connect deeper with myself and ask my heart. Because there’s the answer to whether it’s worth or not. I allow it to be part of my being, not doing anything with it for a while. It’s also nice because it brings me depth which I need.

I always get the answer and so I know whether I should start doing something or not. Whether it makes sense to start cleaning up the house now. Maybe there’s something that needs your attention more. And maybe there’s nothing more important for you at the moment than to shut down for a little while and experience pure being. Because what you have on your to-do list will be there after 10 minutes. And if you have some brilliant idea that you feel the urge to write down or start working on, this process will examine it. If it’s there after 10 minutes, you can then start doing.

It’s important to find a balance, especially when there’s a lot to do. Find a solid ground in being to allow for doing. And rest in your being.

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Become As Happy As You Can

We all feel a little bit under the weather every now and then. I felt that way recently. Like I had not enough energy and life inside. But despite that, I feel like this is always just a short phase that passes, and the key to that passing part is having something deeper inside you know will always make you happy. My mom used to ask me: “What’s the thing that will always make you happy?” And I found it.
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3 Phases That Will Help You Get Successful

There are people in this world who seem to have everything they wanted (or want). Those top achievers we look up to. They’re successful in business, art, entertainment. They gained success even in military, which is something I don’t understand but be it. And you are maybe asking yourself “How can I get that level of success?” We’ll look at it closer in my next blog post.
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