What is your mental chatter telling you? Is your negative voice preventing you from doing what you want in life? Or maybe even worse, being who you really want to be? Overcoming negative self-talk and releasing yourself of limiting beliefs takes commitment and a good dose of self-confidence.
In her talk, Geraldine takes the audience on a journey to explore our inner fears, develop a mental game and the right muscles of confidence to live to our full potential. She shares with us how racing a triathlon has been a life-changing experience for her and brings us into the open waters, on the road, and in her mind to overcome her inner obstacles, self-doubts, and physical exhaustion. Geraldine uses the analogy between life and triathlon to inspire us to step out of our comfort zone and reach our confidence zone.
Let Geraldine inspire you to beat your negative self-talk, change your narrative, and unleash your full confidence!
Geraldine is an executive coach, business owner, global keynote speaker, and personal trainer. She inspires executives to reach peak performance by being mentally focused, physically , and emotionally connected. She runs a coaching school accredited by the International Coach Federation (ICF) and offers a digital coaching toolbox to coaches and companies (GoMasterCoach.com).
Her career began in the Finance Industry 20 years ago where she held various positions focused on change management, merger & integration, and team development, including leadership roles in Asia & Europe. A strong believer in the power of coaching in this disrupted world, she decided to become a coach and a personal trainer to help people work smarter and live better. She delivers motivational talks and training on Energy Management, Confidence Coaching, and Inclusive Leadership.
“You really got the group excited with your terrific presentation on the analogy between triathlon and life. The message was clear; the style was professional and informative while at the same time being entertaining. We would love to have you back again to speak on another one of your topics.”
“Geraldine, I really enjoyed your talk yesterday. I found myself nodding in agreement with everything you said. It was very inspiring and I now want to step out of my comfort zone and start taking care of my physical and mental health congruently.”