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Wendy Watson-Hallowell | The Belief Coach

WENDY is passionate about enabling individuals, organizations and communities to value themselves and each other in the ongoing process of change. Wendy has guided hundreds of individuals and over 750+ public and private sector organizations to achieve tangible increases in impact and performance. Her successful practice in mentoring and coaching has led to authorship of the book, ‘Live a Life You Love and Make a Living Doing It’. Over the last 30 years, Wendy’s skills have been honed in leadership roles at MTV Networks, The Rensselaerville Institute, and a variety of community based projects in her town. In 2015 she launched BeliefWorks and offers Belief Coaching as a way to address the root cause of what limits the results we can achieve both personally and professionally. This is an 'upstream' solution to change. Instead of changing limiting behavior, she focuses on changing the limiting beliefs that drive that behavior. In all cases, her clients and partners speak to the specific increases in achievement that her consulting, coaching and partnership roles make possible.

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Needing to Know

"What if we could go into each new experience innocent, knowing we can choose what is best for us based on what we know in each moment?" ...

The Self-Care Struggle

"Being aware of and choosing what is most loving for us in each moment becomes our natural self-care norm. What can you do to increase your own self-care today?" ...

Faith as a Creative Tool

"What if 'faith' were simply our natural ability to create our reality through the quantum field? A skill we are born with and can gain experience and success with the more we use it?" ...

A Culture of AND

"We often say yes to things that don’t make sense to do rather than saying no to solidify our ‘high performer’ identity. How can you cultivate a culture of AND today?" ...

It’s Not Personal

"Why do we take what others think, say, or do so personally? What is it about us and our belief system that interprets someone else’s actions (or inactions) as a judgement about us?" ...