1. Building Mental Kevlar infogtu 16:07

You’re clear on your vision, everyone’s behind you and you’re Moving forward tackling one inspired action after another, until ……… your motivation begins to wane, or you get some negative feedback, what do you do? 

Today we’re diving into chapter 8 of my book Rat Race Reboot where I talk about how to build “Mental Kevlar”

 

Connect with Me : https://www.stretchintosuccess.com/ratracereboot/

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Laura Noel Coach / Author

Laura Noel is an Organizational Development consultant, ICF leadership coach, and a senior consultant and facilitator with The Arbinger Institute as well as an International Best Selling Author and Podcast Host.

Prior to launching her business, Stretch Into Success, Laura served in the United States Air Force for more than 27 years, rising to the rank of Chief Master Sergeant. She spent much of her Air Force career teaching personal growth and leadership.

Since retiring from the Air Force, Laura has served as a consultant to organizations, individuals, and solopreneurs to streamline business processes while maximizing effectiveness, alignment, and impact. She helps clients stretch their thinking and mindsets in a way that opens them up to new possibilities.

Laura is a PsyD candidate in the field of Leadership Psychology and Neuroscience at William James College, where she serves as adjunct faculty. She has continued to develop her expertise as a coach and consultant through her studies. She also worked closely with her mentor, the late Bob Proctor, for years. Proctor who was a world-renowned expert in human potential and success.

Laura spent several years singing professionally in the USAF Band, both throughout the Boston area and around the world. When she’s not helping clients improve their results, you can probably find her working on her music. She is married to her best friend and fellow Airman, Gary.