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Ο Αναστάσιος Σχοινάς είναι Certified Life Coach. ICF ACSTH διαπιστευμένο δίπλωμα. Life and Executive Coach, Συγγραφέας και Ομιλιτής. Εάν θέλετε να μάθετε περισσότερες πληροφορίες σχετικά με τα προγράμματα ή απλώς θέλετε να μάθετε μερικές ερωτήσεις για να δείτε πώς μπορώ να σας βοηθήσω, κλείστε ένα αρχικό δωρεάν ραντεβού.

Κλείσε το πρώτο σου ραντεβού τώρα!

Είστε έτοιμοι να ανακαλύψετε τις πραγματικές σας δυνατότητες; Τότε πάμε! Ο στόχος σας μπορεί να είναι να προωθήσετε την καριέρα σας, να ξεκινήσετε τη δική σας επιτυχημένη επιχείρηση ή απλώς να έχετε περισσότερα από αυτά που αγαπάτε στη ζωή σας. Εάν αγωνίζεστε να πιστεύετε στον εαυτό σας, εγώ θα πιστεύω σε σας μέχρι να μπορέσετε να επιτύχετε τις φιλοδοξίες σας.

Δεν ήμουν ο ίδιος άνθρωπος.

Πριν από λίγο καιρό, σκέφτηκα ότι υπήρχε ένα όριο σε αυτά που θα μπορούσα να επιτύχω. Ήξερα ότι ήρθε η ώρα να κάνω μια αλλαγή και να αρχίσω να πιστεύω στον εαυτό μου... συνειδητοποίησα ότι αυτό ήταν μόνο το πρώτο βήμα. Εξακολουθώ να ψάχνω για το πάθος μου και άρχισα να εμπιστεύομαι τον εαυτό μου στο να το βρω...

6 Λεπτά την ημέρα είναι αρκετά...

Για να ξεκινήσεις να σκέφτεσαι διαφορετικά και να αλλάξεις την ζωή σου και την ζωή των ανθρώπων που σε περιβάλλουν ίσως να είναι αρκετά. Εμένα με βοήθησε αρκετά ο Bob Proctor και το Ινστιτούτο του είναι εξαιρετικό για όσους από εσάς γνωρίζετε την Αγγλική γλώσσα. Θα προσπαθήσω να μεταφράσω αρκετά από τα βίντεο του και να σας τα παρουσιάσω σύντομα!

Angelos Derlopas, PCC.

Positivity Leader, ICF ACSTH Author/Provider, Developmental Dialogues, Team & Executive Coach.
Anastasios Schinas studied for his professional qualifications in coaching with Positivity. This course is quality assured through the International Coach Federation and is extremely rigorous and demanding of the student. Anastasios was an exemplary student from commencement of the programme. He has a charismatic personality and at the same time he is modest enough to be able to maintain a learning posture. Anastasios Schinas is dedicated to coaching at high standards. He can bring wit, flexibility and inspiration. He demonstrates an authentic and respectful curiosity for the client. He has the mind, the drive and the will to succeed. And he brings coaching his own flavor. Genuine, openminded and a kind spirit.
Agia Paraskevi, Greece.

Michael Kambourellis, CTS.

AV Project Engineer / RF Specialist. Bachelor of Arts at Middlesex University, England.
Anastasios Schinas is a very well disciplined, focused, detail oriented individual with various talents. I have had the pleasure of engineering some of his own music tracks, as well as tracks he produced for other new and upcoming artists. His determination, passion for music and professionalism are worth mentioning. I wish him the best of luck in his future projects and musical quests.
Houston, Texas, USA.

Athina Malapani, PhD.

PhD Field Of StudyClassics and Classical Languages at Université Paris-Sorbonne. Teacher of Creative Writing.
Anastasios Schinas is a focused and highly skilled and educated life coach. He is well-organised and his love for programming inspires any of his clients to adopt the same method in order to ameliorate his/her life. His professional and, at the same time, optimistic and enthusiastic way to show you the best you can be is really appreciated. You can advise him in case you need to find the work and personal life balance.
Athens, Greece.

Kostas Ioannou, CEO.

C.E.O. at MLMPlus. Master's degree on Computer Science Grade at Technologiko Ekpaideutiko Idrima, Athens.
Anastasios Schinas is a role model for the younger people, he is an amazing motivational "machine" that never stop giving energy to his coworkers. This man will shine, remember Anastasios Schinas.
Athens, Greece.
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3 Ways to Craft Compelling Goals and 4 ways good goals set us up for success.

3 Ways to Craft Compelling Goals and 4 ways good goals set us up for success.
It's hard to overstate the importance of well-defined goals. When we have vague ideas about self-improvement, we don't tend to get a lot of traction. Without a clear vision of where we want to go, it's hard to commit to the changes that are needed to get there...

When I think of goal setting, I think of an athlete like Michael Phelps. In 2008 he set out to win 8 gold medals at the Beijing Olympics, and he did just that. I can't imagine he would have been as successful if he'd gone to China "just hoping to do my best." He had a clear, even burning, vision of what he wanted to accomplish.

Goals are important in any context, including in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). In a person's initial session with me, I always ask about their goals. What do they want to change? How can our work help them move toward these changes? When we've agreed on what the goals are, we know if the work we're doing together is helping the person to reach them.

Consider for a moment if there are changes you've wanted to make in your own life. Maybe you have a personal project you've wanted to finish (like writing a book), or you want to live a healthier lifestyle, or you have professional aspirations that you've not yet reached.

You might find a time to sit quietly and contemplate the change you have in mind. Why is it important to you? How important is it? What has stopped you thus far from reaching it? And what will be required of you to reach your goal? This line of thinking will take honesty on your part—honesty about where you are and what you want to change.

Why do goals matter so much? Psychologists Edwin Locke and Gary Latham have written a lot about goals and emphasize the strong links between goals and motivation. According to Locke and Latham (L&L), goals drive action in at least four ways:

1. Goals sharpen our focus on what’s important to us. There are countless distractions that compete for our energy and attention, and can crowd out what we value most. A clear goal stands out from these competing stimuli, making them fade into the background. For example, if I set a goal to conquer my fear of driving, I'll probably pay less attention to the urge to avoid my fears.

2. Goals energize our efforts. Without clear goals we can feel unmotivated, unsure of where to direct our energy. When we know what we’re aiming for, we work harder, especially if we feel a deep connection with our goals.

3. Goals lead to greater persistence. When we’ve decided what we want, we’ll be more likely to continue working toward that goal even when we face challenges.

4. Goals compel us to find ways of meeting them. It’s easy to let not knowing how to meet a goal prevent us from setting it. For example, I might avoid committing to a goal of consistent exercise because I don’t know what form of exercise I want to do. Once I decide to exercise, I'll find "task-relevant knowledge and strategies" (as L&L say) to make it happen.

Goals turn dissatisfaction with our situation into intention to improve it. And that’s pretty empowering. Speaking of empowerment, my favorite part of the L&L article I cited is where they tie it all together to show how well-chosen goals are part of “the High-Performance Cycle.” Based on their model, the right goals generate excitement and a sense of self-efficacy—that is, an awareness that I am capable of reaching these goals.

Excitement and self-efficacy in turn lead to greater performance and greater satisfaction with our performance. As we see ourselves succeeding, our confidence goes up, as does our “willingness to commit to new challenges.” Success breeds success. Over time this cycle builds on itself, leading to ever greater levels of achievement and satisfaction.

Our goals are most effective when they are:

1. Specific. You should know when you’ve reached your goal. For example, “exercise more” is vague whereas “exercise 30 minutes 3x/week” is specific and measurable.

2. Appropriately difficult. There’s a sweet spot in picking the difficulty of our goals. Too easy and we’ll be uninspired, like spinning in a bicycle gear that's too small; too challenging and we’ll be disheartened, like barely turning over the crank up a massive hill. Aim for moderate effort that’s sustainable.

3. Important. If we don’t care about our goals, we’ll have little chance of meeting them. Make sure your goals are indeed yours, not what someone else wants for you. Also consider why each goal is important; how will your life improve when you reach it?

Any important challenge starts with establishing a goal for change. Thus goal setting is sacred work, the work of determining what’s worth fighting for.

Article by Anastasios Schinas, Life and Executive Coach and Author.

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