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BRAIN Training, ESCAPES Fear

Posted: March 16, 2020 at 7:01 pm / by / comments (2)

Susan Sheehan, an International Speaker, Best Selling Published Author, Professional Performance Coach and Managing Partner of SMARTCOACH7, a company that are authorities on personal development and financial growth for individuals, SME’s and organisations joins Enterprise Radio.

Listento hostEric Dye& guest Susan Sheehan discuss the following:

  1. Why do you say BELIEF is the NUMBER ONE key for change?
  2. Why do you need to train your brain daily?
  3. What are some ways to train your brain?
  4. How does brain training manage or stop depression and anxiety?
  5. What do you mean when you say “fear may not be your fault’ ?

Summary: The BRAIN is the bridge to your success and your MIND is the vehicle that takes you there.

Susan is an International Speaker, Professional Performance Coach, Best Selling Published Author, Managing Partner of SMARTCOACH7 and Mum. She started her career as a Personal Trainer and is New York trained Pilates Instructor. Susan has worked and studied in NZ, Australia and USA. Applying the steely focus, she has become known for Susan is passionate about sharing her knowledge and experience to help others live healthy rich lives.

Susan is a rape and DV survivor, buried a daughter and raised a son with an intellectual disability. She was raised in New Zealand, lives on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, has studied personal and business development personally with leaders in the industry and has had businesses in Australia and United States. She says that the one message that she wants to share is “success is the process of continually growing and improving oneself, it starts with overcoming doubts, fears, anxiety and procrastination and as a result of quality thinking and intended action. It can all be learned.


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