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Member, Male, 41, from Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
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- Brett Chitty was last seen:
- Jan 21, 2017 at 3:45 PM
- Sep 29, 1975 (Age: 41)
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- Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Brett is dedicated to helping individuals discover their true value and experience the ability to create a magical, meaningful, and joyous life.
- Three Principles as a Paradigm Educator
He approaches people with the view that they are already whole and complete, knowing that there is nothing to fix. He creates the space for people to have insights, and from there, feelings and behaviors change naturally. Once people get a feel for it, they begin to create the environment for insights within themselves wherever they are and in whatever they do.
Brett worked with Michael Neill, an internationally renowned transformative coach, for two years. He discovered the true source of what creates feelings and behaviors. He began to coach clients in creating change from the inside out. Brett has been certified by Michael as an Advanced Transformative Coach.
He completed two 12-week “What One Person Can Do” programs with Bill Cumming. This unique program is task-based and designed to nurture the heart and mind. Bill is widely regarded as the Coach’s Coach, having been in this role for more than 35 years. Brett is an approved facilitator of the program by Bill.
Brett has also worked with Nancy Kline, the founder of the much-acclaimed “Time to Think” model. It creates a thinking environment, where the most valuable thing we can offer each other becomes the framework in which we think for ourselves.
He is passionate about his work and delights in witnessing the depth of life changing transformations that take place in the lives of his clients, which brings about an increasing sense of aliveness in their life.
Brett is a remarkably skilled coach. Clients have quit their jobs they hated and followed their joy instead, lovers accessed a deeper place in themselves to break through the ceiling of what is possible in their relationships, and successful businesses and their employees made even more of an impact on their customers, improving the bottom line.
He also speaks at companies and seminars worldwide, where employees see the previously-hidden potential in themselves. This in turn improves productivity and reduces stress and pressure. Companies’ bottom line improves because people’s resilience increases dramatically whether or not situations are challenging. They become more creative, and satisfaction levels soar.