Future Mindset Coach And Optiphilosopher Interview With Paul Stretton-Stephens


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Paul enjoy's being an expert coach with over twenty-five years coaching and teaching experience, and has worked with a range of individuals from Entrepreneurs to Celebrities, from CEO’s to Military Personnel, and from Sporting Talent to Epic Adventurers. Paul takes them from where they are now, to where they want to be by helping them achieve what otherwise would have been considered impossible. He helps clients become unstuck, fulfilled again, with a life full of purpose and joy.

Paul's express wish in serving others is that the more people experience joy, fulfilment, and peace of mind in their lives by living their dreams, the better they will impact their families, professional life, communities, and the world.

‘I love working with people to help them be the best they can be.’

Paul has worked with people practically all of his adult life and when he say's worked with them it means he has either helped, coached or taught them in sport, business, or life. He has worked with all ends of the spectrum of human life, the vulnerable, the fragile, the leaders and the successful, in a variety of settings.

Paul has a profound interest in personal and professional development, and continually hones his skill by learning from the likes of Tony Robbins, Wayne Dyer, Deepak Chopra, Stephen Covey, and Brian Tracey to name but a few.

His continued invested in terms of finance and time over the last 30 years into the personal and professional study of leadership, management, coaching, teaching, psychology, and personal development, allows him to draw from a wide range of teachings and methodologies.

This was a enjoyable and interesting interview and I hope you learn as much as I have from his insight.

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