Communication runs our world.
Communication coaching is the best tool in anyone’s tool belt.
Our ability to communicate created the world as we know it. It was the tool that allowed people to share and develop ideas. It allowed inventions and insights to travel not just from one person to another, but from one tribe to another, and from one continent to another.
Language helps us organize the world around us. Exchanging ideas lets us develop codes of conduct that enable us to collaborate and grow across the world. Communication helps us achieve a deeper understanding of the world around us – and share it with others.
It is not lost on most people how important communication is. But very few take the time to truly explore and deepen their communication skills. Those who get communication coaching, however, stand out.
When we’re willing to explore our communication skills – inside and out – we tend to be in a league of our own. And it will influence a lot more than just our ability to make others understand us.
“My problem used to be a lack of focus and a lot of negative thoughts, but this has been so much easier to deal with when working with someone so positive who helps me see opportunities rather than obstacles. It has helped me a lot. I have a whole new sense of motivation and focus than I used to :)” – Kjetil, former client.
In our fast-paced world, with seemingly endless tools to help us communicate, our social intelligence is more important than ever before. Without it, we’re likely to misunderstand what others try to communicate to us, and vice versa.
So how do we go about improving our social intelligence?
By removing all the things that are holding it back. And few things make that easier than skillful communication coaching.
Study after study, as well as hundreds of anecdotal examples from my own experience from all over the world, show one thing: Social intelligence and good communication, is an innate skill in humans. Poor social intelligence and communication is more often than not a result of what we call contaminated thinking than an actual lack of intelligence or skill.
“The follow-up, adapted to your personal needs and wants, is fantastic. [TJ] is true to his word and delivers what he promises to deliver, or more. [TJ]’s integrity is complete and he practices what he preaches. I always learn something new when talking to [TJ], from dating, artificial intelligence, how to take better photos or how to peel a banana :D” – Øystein, former client. [Translated]
Contaminated thinking can be many things, but these tend to be the most common ones:
– Lacking an understanding of communicational psychology.
– Believing faulty myths about communication.
– Being “in your head” instead of in the conversation.
– Guarding yourself against potential vulnerability.
– Believing that we don’t know what to say – or how to say it.
– Fearing that we’ll be judged if we do speak our mind.
Through achieving new insights around these and other topics, people tend to quickly improve their communication skills and results. When this is combined with practicing the “skills of the trade” that people need in their day-to-day life, the results usually include:
– Increased social confidence and enjoyment.
– Better and more enjoyable social circles and social experiences.
– More assertive and persuasive communication.
– Increased social motivation.
– Better social results in all areas of life.
– Better relationships.
– An improvement in professional results.
– And more.
To achieve all of this, my communication coaching focuses on a combination of psychological warfare against your contaminated thinking (it’s a lot more fun and less scary than it might sound), combined with tasks and practical exercises that will help you expand your comfort zone, learn new social skills, and start creating new results for yourself immediately after your very first session.
“I’ve experienced getting a better self-esteem, better social skills and confidence, and more drive. This isn’t as scary as one might first think, and throughout the process you easily develop a sense of achievement and a the feeling of ‘I can handle it’.” – Espen, former client.
This is not the kind of thing that requires you to talk about things for weeks, months, or years before you start seeing change. Change happens the moment you start putting what you learn into practice.
You will quickly notice how easy high-level communication is, once it is fully understood.
Would you like to learn more about how I can help you improve your communication? Reach out through the form below and I’ll get back to you shortly!
(Click here if you’re not ready for the 16-week program, and would like to book a single session instead.)