Evolution Past Accomplishment with Alison Crosthwait
Alison Crosthwait, a Transformational Coach and Extreme Pioneer in the area of radical risk and personal transformations joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Alison Crosthwait discuss the following:
- How did you go from Wall Street trader to Pioneer of personal evolution?
- What do you mean by evolution past accomplishment?
- How do you approach solving business problems?
- How do you help your clients improve their performance?
- Some of your techniques sounds pretty scary and out there – what do you say to someone who feels nervous about this kind of personal development?
- What is one thing listeners can do to improve their performance at work and in life?
Before Alison started living her true calling, she started her professional career as a successful stock trader for Goldman Sachs. After several years, she was inspired by personal events to train as a psychotherapist. While serving as a psychotherapist, she expanded her knowledge by studying many modalities and teachings. In 2020, she broke free of clinical psychotherapy, allowing herself to explore the infinite possibilities of creativity, innovation and performance with her clients through a transformative process called Billion X Evolution.
As an Elite Transformation Specialist that helps top performers master radical risk and personal transformations, she’s helping a global clientele expand their potential by billions. Her bold, groundbreaking methodology consists of radical risk, the healing properties of psychedelics, and learning how to access sexual energy. With it, Alison has been able to guide people in moving past their previous plateau and establishing a shift in consciousness. Once a person reaches a peak it can be hard to come down. The uber-successful and wealthy often burn out or go broke searching for something more. It’s like trying to figure out your path after walking on the moon…where do you go from there?
Alison Crosthwait specializes in creating solutions for people who have all the cash and trophies they could ever want, but are asking themselves, “Now what?”
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