One of the skills of a good coach is working like a washing machine,  to  get back and uncover your true natural self.  

To do this some of us need a quick rinse,  while others need a heavy soaking and some whip arse stain remover.   The aim is getting too what's lying within, to remind ourselves how amazing we are and let the world see what true magic we hold within.

We spend our life rubbing against minds and habits of others.  From the day we are born we are submissively left in the hands of parents and guardians.  They do the best they can with the skills and knowledge they have.

I like the thought that everyone means well,  we are simply doing the best we can with the tools and mindset we have.  Unfortunately other fears,  doubts, insecurities, expectations and belief get transferred to those we are around.

Our pure self gets contaminated over time, sometimes we'll have a clear memory of a single moment, a point that changed us and covered a bit of our beauty that can no longer be seen.  However most of the time it's just a slow process, by the ones we are close to, our parents,  grandparents,  neighbours, media and Schooling.    

Working on myself I developed systems and habits to cultivate change in me, as well as my clients.  The truth is most things are reversible,  with all of the things life has thrown at us we can wash the mind like weeding the garden and disconnect the narrative that stains us.  We simply get back to the truth and if this really isn't by design then we can choose to engineer change if we desire.      

Take time and think about some of the things you have that you wouldn't choose to have.  Where did they come from and what would life be like if you found a way of "letting-go-to-get" back to the real you?



Mat Jeffery

Lives in Kent with his family and is the owner and partner in various business involved in Lift Engineering and Life Engineering. Coaching has been a natural progression through work he has done on himself and he splits his time with Business and Personal coaching and also supports in his community as a volunteer through his Charity.