LIVE A LIFE YOU LOVE

 

 

 

 

A life changing personal development program.

Are you living the life that you dreamed of?

Do you feel as if you are living up to your highest potential?

Are you getting the results you desire?

If NO is your answer to any of the above, then it is time to bring yourself back inline with your dreams and start living a life you love.

This life changing 5 week program will undoubtedly take your life to another level.

Whether you are wanting to bring more success, more happiness, more money or more love into your life, this program will be your launching pad.

During the 5 week program you will be given tools and techniques that allow you to connect with your true self, discover your dream life and deal with the challenges that confront you along the way.

The 5 weekly sessions are one on one private get togethers, to ensure that you get all of my attention.

This is your life, so what are you waiting for. Stop waiting and start creating a life you love

Contact me now for more details on how you can get started.

 

 

 

Course details

5 x 1 hr private sessions (Skype option available) – $300.00

Group sessions available upon request

Jacky Fleming is a Master Practitioner Member of the ABNLP.

 

What a life changing Experience!

After seeking personal coaching with Jacky, it has truly changed my life on so many levels…what I have learnt and gained in knowledge about myself will be with me forever. My marriage has benefited greatly, my children see me as a much happier person, and most importantly I feel more in control of myself.

You gave me the tools to overcome certain issues I struggled with, which I was always aware of but did not know how to apply them in my everyday life. I feel very lucky and fortunate to have taken the step to have personal coaching, as what I know now, I wish I knew 10 years ago.

I feel more confident as a woman, mother, wife and business owner, then ever before. I will continue with my personal coaching as I want to continue to grow, develop, learn & apply to my life. I look forward to where this journey will take me, in reaching my fullest potentials. My approach already to life has changed, which excites me.

Meiling Elson

Cannonvale

I decided to speak to Jacky a few months ago, when my mother passed away. I have two small children and was finding it very hard trying to deal with them, everyday stress and the grief of losing my mother. Jacky taught me different techniques to cope with stress and to embrace my children and life. I am learning to love myself and to be more grateful for the everyday things. I always feel very comfortable and safe sharing my feelings with Jacky. I feel I have already made an improvement in myself and look forward to putting more of the techniques into practice.

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Jubilee Pocket

I am pleased to have worked with Jacky, her genuine warmth and dedication to helping me made me feel very safe. I opened up and allowed myself to be guided by her. Jacky is a woman in business, a wife and a mother so she can relate to many issues that I was experiencing. I was unhappy with both my career and my relationship. Jacky gave me strategies and the inspiration to turn my life around and I can not thank her enough. I would happily recommend her services.

Julie

Airlie Beach

Love

Love, if I’m going to start talking about love, I can only do so from my point of view… But if i talk about love from my point of view, you might say ‘but that isn’t love… THIS is what love is’ and the next person might say ‘No THIS is what love is…’. Its the same boundless warm hearted feeling and yet each and every persons perception of what love it, how it should feel and what it should look like differs. Have you ever been in a relationship with a person who says they love you, but it doesn’t look or feel the way you thought it would? Like that birthday present you once dropped hints for, that when you finally unwrapped it, wasn’t quite right, wrong colour, wrong brand, wrong present altogether? Love can be like this, and if we limit our perception of it, so that only something that fits our ideal and our perceptions, then we may in fact miss out on the gift of love altogether. Author Gary Chapman highlighted that people express love through five different languages; • Words of Affirmation – spoken praise & appreciation • Acts of Service – helping a loved one • Gift Giving – showing love through giving gifts small and large • Quality time – giving undivided attention • Physical Touch – from a small touch here and there, to holding hands, kissing and of course sexual intimacy Perhaps already you can recognise which of these love languages you choose to communicate or receive. Or perhaps even you are unsure of how you enjoy giving and... read more

The Art of Listening

It’s a common scenario… you bump into, or receive a call from a good friend, only to have them bombard you with a high speed stream of words that leaves your head spinning. You haven’t been able to understand what they are trying to tell you, either because they are talking too fast for you to decipher the actual words or too fast for you to comprehend the message they are trying to get across. And your usual response ‘ok slooowww down I didn’t understand a word you are saying’. In an increasingly fast-paced world full of increasingly fast-paced yoga, where bodies are moved from pose to pose in an almost dizzying blur, I find it increasingly necessary to slow yoga practise down, to move through transitions mindfully and hold poses meaningfully. Why? For exactly the same reason we ask our friend to slow down as they share their exciting news. So that we can actually understand what is being said in our body as we practise yoga. Because amongst all the things our yoga practice can be for us, it is always an opportunity for us to practise the art of listening. The art of listening to your body, or listening to your emotions, or listening to your breath. And listening is an art, a sometimes much neglected skill, that many people think they possess but actually have never really mastered the art of. Take for example, your friend, as mentioned above, when they finally slowed down for you to be able to listen to their story. How would you listen? As they spoke would you be formulating... read more

Five Ways to Deal with Curveballs

Sometimes it takes a curveball, a life tsunami to shake you up – divorce, illness, redundancy or bankruptcy. It creates trauma in your life and forces change that is difficult to embrace. How can you welcome something that is the cause of so much pain for yourself and your loved ones? Does life really have to be a rollercoaster of fleeting happiness, sadness and challenges where you end up feeling numb to it all? And you box on as best you can and brace for the next storm, the next curveball that sideswipes you. After all what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger right? What if you could train yourself to see each trial as an opportunity? You prepare and are even willing to create change in your life, so that drama appears not as a curveball at all, but as an opportunity to learn and expand. And better still, it causes minimal damage because you see it coming? Hell! You can sidestep it and just take all the good stuff life has to offer? Well here are five ways to change your perception and dodge the curveballs! 1. Do Not Judge Yourself You are our own worst critic. Really practice kind words without framing it in pre-conceived beliefs about what, who and where you should be in life. You are where you are for a reason and your life purpose is only to live each moment with purpose. An event that rocks your world is an opportunity to find deeper meaning in your life – that’s why it’s called a life lesson! It is a gift of fresh... read more
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