3 months ago the job that I really enjoyed ended and I found myself struggling with the prospect of being out of work and out of a weekly wage.  I was also studying at the time, but I started falling behind as finding a job became my priority and focus.

I mentioned on the TCI Facebook page that I may need some coaching to get me through it and it was Jane who responded to my call for help.

Jane’s approach is undemanding, it was up to me how much I wanted to change my current situation, she was simply here to guide me.  Through Jane’s coaching I have been able to change my perspective on how I see myself which wasn’t great due to my confidence taking a beating.  Jane brought me to cause, helping me to see my actions and how they did not match what I was wanting.  Through being coached by Jane I have moved forward on running my own Reiki Practice, believing that I can do it!  It was not only Jane’s coaching ability that helped me, it is her insightfulness, life experience and generous spirit that has lifted mine.  I highly recommend Jane as a Personal Life Coach due to her sincerity and honesty.

Nicole Van't Foort

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What is MetaDynamics?

MetaDynamics was created by Sharon Pearson, Founder of The Coaching Institute.

Meta Dynamics is a research based, proven methodology used to:

  • problem-solve;
  • manage teams;
  • manage change; and 
  • build cultures. 

It is a four dimensional tool which allows the practitioner to:

  • assess a situation;
  • solve a challenge;
  • determine what matters; and 
  • help someone who wants to move forward with an area of their workplace, business, personal relationships, or life itself. 

Meta Dynamics is the next level of NLP, and brings the best of NLP along with the advanced thinking models of Meta Dynamics.  

Meta Dynamics goes behind the thinking that creates the challenge to how it came about. It works from the place that the problem is an attempt to solve another, more unsolvable problem. 

For example: if someone says their problem is procrastination, the procrastination is an attempt to solve the problem of the fear of failure. By not starting what needs to be done, you get a secondary gain of avoidance of the fear of failure.