Self Discovery

“Make sure your worst enemy doesn’t live between your own two ears.”

– Laird Hamilton

When it comes to stifling personal growth, negative self-talk and limiting beliefs are some of the most debilitating things we can do to ourselves.

It often takes a sincere and diplomatic voice – outside of your head – to break the vicious cycle of self-doubt that can be holding you back.

When you work with us, you can reverse the trend – by taking smart, strategic steps to facilitate your personal growth and by learning how to be a more confident person, business owner, more connected friend (or spouse), and a happier, and more peaceful human being in general.

Where We Can Help

Let’s untap your potential not just as a professional, but as a human being with an Advanced Personal Growth Program. We’ll get you out of your own way with breakthroughs designed to minimize debilitating beliefs and foster healthier emotional well-being so you can be your best self, always.

This is How We Do It

Self-discovery breakthroughs can either happen on a 1:1 basis or through our Advanced Personal Growth Program to build a fulfilling and happy life around what’s most important. By developing a deeper awareness of who you are, what causes you stress, and how you get in your own way, through this awareness, you’ll diffuse these tensions – and break through to higher levels of confidence and personal effectiveness.

Depending on the path you choose, you will gain access to both coaches and mentors who can guide you in the following ways by:

  • Creating a personal development plan customized to your unique needs – allowing us to monitor your growth weekly/monthly.
  • Identifying and removing fears, limiting beliefs and other personal obstacles to success in a safe group-learning environment.
  • Participating in engaging calls, webinars, or listening to class recordings twice per week (or as your schedule allows).

From the Blog

How to Change a Negative Behavior Pattern

At Nahid Coaching & Mentoring, one key lesson we keep coming back to is around negative behavior patterns and how they are often driven by a deeper negative belief system. For example, procrastination might be the result of a set of beliefs ranging from, “I do my best work under deadline pressure” to “I don’t have what it takes to do a good...