WHAT’S ON YOUR MIND
How Venting Can Help You & Others
Live Better, Happier Lives
by Noa Schecter (Print Book)
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Book Size: 5.5″ x 8.5″ | 180 pages
IN TODAY’S WORLD, many of us are living the roller coaster life style inherent with built in stressors and complexities.
Have you ever thought that if you could just talk to someone, get whatever is bothering you off your chest or holding you back, that you might actually get a different perspective on what is really bothering you and feel better?
So then the challenge becomes, how do you find someone who is willing to really listen to you express your thoughts and feelings and someone who can relate to what you are going through?
Experts agree, built-up angst and unresolved anxiety can literally become hazardous to your health and overall well-being. Pent up frustration is one of those silent killers according to several medical professionals.
In What’s On Your Mind, Noa goes into some of the most talked about subjects people come to her for venting and how she responds with laser-focus advice and wisdom! Such as …
• Self Esteem
… and much more!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
NOA SCHECTER has spent most of her life helping others, both personally and professionally. As a certified iPEC Coach, NLP Master Practitioner and educator, Noa coaches and mentors adolescents, teens, and adults in many forms and settings on the topics they need help with. Noa helps them find the solutions they need to live a more at ease, peaceful, even prosperous, life.
Noa has been living in the Los Angeles area for the last 20 years, where she currently teaches a foreign language at a local private high school. Along with teaching, Noa runs a Leadership and Business Ethics program where students develop leadership, communication, and social skills. On the coaching side, Noa serves her clients in the areas of self-esteem, confidence, relationships, transition and overcoming obstacles.
Along with teaching languages Noa runs a Leadership and Business Ethics program where the students attain leadership, communication, and social skills. Students use the skills learned in Noa’s program throughout their careers, while obtaining the confidence to reach their goals and to be successful in their chosen fields and in achieving their purpose in life.
Noa also works with a group of students in her Advisory class to develop critical thinking and communication skills. ”Change your thoughts, change your life” is her motto. She strongly believes in “Empowering human relationships through communications.”