Media Kit

As an Integrative Peak Performance Coach and the creator of Invincible Mind Set Training my goal is to inspire and help individuals to believe that “Anything is Possible” and most of all give them the tools to eliminate what’s standing in the way of self-empowerment, and to get clear, get unstuck and get results!

1. Story Angle: Own an Invincible Mindset – Anyone Can Love the “Pressure Moment!”

Train your mind like a champion and achieve roaring success at anything in life. It’s not about meeting expectations or achievements. It isn’t about success or failure – it’s about focusing on what you are currently doing in that moment and knock it out of the park!

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2. Story Angle: Just Jump In – Overcoming Post-Injury Anxiety – Both Physically and Emotionally!

Physical pain starts with the emotional experience and emotional pain also activates similar regions in the brain.

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3. Story Angle: Is Changing Your Health Through Your Beliefs Really Possible?

Most scientists believe that no thought, no feeling, and no mental changes ever occur without something physical changing in the body.

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4. Story Angle: Is Mystery Pain Ruining Your Life? 

Mysterious pain may originate in the brain rather than the body, according to recent scientific studies.

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5. Story Angle: Is Your Bookshelf Full of Self-Help Books That Never Helped?

Millions of books and programs relating to self-help, motivation, spirituality and the like are purchased every year and read but never put to use.

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6. Story Angle: Victim Ownership – “Professional Victims” and Their Great Cover-ups!

The “Professional Victim” often uses sly yet powerful strategies to cope with anger, to “control” situations and others in order to punish and maintain a sense of dominance.

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7. Story Angle: For Women Only! How to be empowered, self-assured, and at peace while going through a divorce or break-up and beyond. Be a Victor – not a Victim!

Emotional challenges such as depression, anxiety, loneliness, anger, and feelings of betrayal and powerlessness are common experiences, and by taking the right kind of action you can change the course of your life all at once.

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8. Story Angle: FOR WOMEN ONLY! The Devastating Effects of Being Bullied!

Emotional intimidation, bullying, emotional terrorism can occur in any relationship but studies show that as adults, it is most often between a man and a women with a higher percentage of men being the aggressor.

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9. Story Angle: Infertility – The Secret To Surviving The Emotional Infertility Crisis!

Coping With Infertility – the mental toll and the roll of epigenetics and why unexplained infertility is not always just a medical or physical problem!

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1 – How to develop the same skills top athletes use to perform under pressure.

Ideas For Interview Questions?

  1. What does it mean to have an Invincible Mindset?
  2. How can a student-athlete, a weekend warrior, a professional athlete, entrepreneurs and everyday individuals tap into the mindset of a champion?
  3. After working for so many years with Professional and Olympic athletes, what causes a skilled and experienced athletes to ‘choke’ under the pressure of competition and how do they develop the emotional resilience to stay composed and staying composed under pressure just becomes automatic?
  4. How can anyone learn to love the “Pressure Moment!”?
  5. How different does someone feel when they’re performing at peak levels versus just going about their day as usual?

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2 – A brief exploration on pain and it’s mental roots.

Ideas For Interview Questions?

  1. How does Post Injury Anxiety develop?
  2. What’s the difference between Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Post Injury Anxiety?
  3. Is it true that there is an emotional imprinting and every cell is affected?
  4. How can you short circuit it’s effects and are there tools to do it?
  5. How do you unwind Post Injury Anxiety once it’s affected your recovery and behavior?

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3 – A short explanation on how negative and positive beliefs affect your health.

Ideas For Interview Questions?

  1. Is it true – your health is more affected by what you think than what you eat?
  2. How can your beliefs draw poor health to you?
  3. What is the reason some people don’t want to get well?
  4. With all the awareness given to positive thinking, meditation, fitness programs, etc. why is there still so much resistance when we know these things work?
  5. Can your attitude influence the way your body responds to various medical treatments?

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4 – Stop the mystery pain.

Ideas For Interview Questions?

  1. Are there common personality traits among people with mystery pain?
  2. How do the present treatment protocols work over the long term?
  3. What has your experience taught you about working with mystery pain?
  4. How can you dislodge the trauma without causing even more distress?
  5. Do people avoid situations that could bring on their intrusive symptoms?

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5 – Help for the self-help “junkie”..

Ideas For Interview Questions?

  1. Why do people use self-help pursuits to soothe their deeply rooted wounds and feelings of failure?
  2. What’s the difference between a procrastinator and a self-help junkie?
  3. How can someone get off this expensive and time consuming treadmill?
  4. Do you think that self-help junkies are really masking their reluctance to change?
  5. What is the secret to attaining confidence and self-esteem?

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6 – Self-proclaimed victims – a way of life.

Ideas For Interview Questions?

  1. Why do so many people who are “victims” seem to be stuck on being angry?
  2. In the subconscious mind, do most “victims” believe they deserve negative treatment from others?
  3. What are the secondary benefits of being a “victim”?
  4. How can one erase the debilitating consequences that result from social stigmas and prejudices?
  5. What role does social and cultural, lie-based brainwashing and indoctrination play in your core belief system?

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7 – A divorce or break-up activates fear and uncertainty about the future.

Ideas For Interview Questions?

  1. What is the definition of an Invincible Divorcée?
  2. What prompted you, a Peak Performance Coach working with professional athletes to develop a program for women going through a divorce or break-up?
  3. Even though women are more likely to be the one that files for divorce, why is it that women are more negatively affected by the divorce than men?
  4. Why do women like working with you instead of working with another woman and how is your approach so different?
  5. What do you see as the biggest issue for women moving forward?

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8 – The psychological effects of bullying and the significant, negative influence it has on every area of the victims life.

Ideas For Interview Questions?

  1. What led you to working with women on this issue since most of the information and programs on bullying focuses primarily on the problems kids face from being bullied?
  2. How do you identify and understand the reasons for bullying? Is the aggressor jealous, envious and lacking self-confidence; – what’s wrong with the bully and how can their behavior be changed?
  3. Once you identify who you’re dealing with, are there different approaches to dealing with each type?
  4. When feeling betrayed and trust is gone, how do you deal with that Inner Bully that’s constantly beating you up and controlling your emotions, beliefs and behavior?
  5. If you’ve fallen victim to bullying, how do you overcome it?

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9 – Trying to conceive and the emotional devastation of infertility.

Ideas For Interview Questions?

  1. Why is the role that stress plays in the lack of successful conceptions often discounted in the medical community?
  2. What is the connection between the environment a baby is conceived in and the baby’s overall health in the womb and in the future?
  3. Why is this key element (The Environment) mostly overlooked in the doctor’s office?
  4. What role does the man have in the infertility process and how can he be empathetic toward his wife but also handle his feelings of hopelessness and overwhelm?
  5. Working with couples dealing with infertility, how does your coaching work  help them?

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