Want to be able to enjoy a drink or two and just naturally not want any more?
Are you an effective high-performing man who's also a 'good' drinker?
And who is tired of feeling out of control in this one area?
The only thing wrong has been your approach.
- Trying to guilt yourself into cutting back.
- Focusing on the action of drinking instead of the root cause.
- Thinking that something in your life has to change before you change your drinking.
In my one-on-one coaching program I teach a unique approach that uses elements of mindfulness and modern neuroscience to change your relationship with alcohol.
When you learn how to pay attention to yourself instead of just going through life on autopilot, you can eliminate the excess desire which fuels unwanted drinking.
It becomes easy to drink less, without relying on willpower, and without you feeling like you’re missing out.
Why would you want to drink less?
To Live Larger
Can you relate?
Here are some of the ways my clients talk about their issues before they work with me.
It's a drag, right?
But maybe not a crisis, yet. And that almost makes it tougher to tackle. If you were a real mess, surely you'd take action, right? And then you'd have a compelling reason to take care of it. But right now it's tough to find the motivation to rock the boat, especially since you've been led to believe that your only choice is to quit completely.
Drink Less, Stop Settling For Less
Life can be amazing. Even your life, right now. The ingredients are there.
But drinking too much gets in the way. It depletes your energy. It makes it so that nothing else is very interesting. It steals your confidence. And worst of all, it makes the resulting situation tolerable, so that you keep putting up with it year after year.
When you tackle this drinking issue, and apply these tools to the rest of your life, you'll see everything get better. Your personal and social relationships will improve. You'll show up differently at work - maybe you'll get a raise, or quit, or start a business. You'll overcome procrastination, perfectionism and people-pleasing.
You won't tolerate anything less than amazing.
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Comments from my coaching clients...
I’ve made great strides towards my ultimate goal. It’s a path, a gradual transition and I’m extremely happy with the progress I’ve made. I look forward to continuing that work. I’ve reduced my drinking by about 30% and I want to go further with it.
You make me think about myself in a different way. It opened up my mind about what motivates me, what’s right for me, how I could treat myself and improve myself, in ways that I never thought before.
I was making a lot of excuses around not doing the things I wanted to in the evening. Through my coaching sessions with Greg I found the power to stop my excuses, and now my nights are what I make of them.
I’ve reduced my drinking to what feels like the perfect level (by more than a half) and I enjoy my nights more than when I was drinking more (to my surprise). It feels good to be in control.
This process has changed my mindset and allowed me to be more present in other areas of my life. Since becoming a client of Greg’s I’ve taken my evenings back, and now we’ve moved into other areas of life coaching and it’s all been a tremendous help.
I was going to say that the number one thing was the quantity reduction. But honestly just the fact that I think about drinking differently is a huge success. I am more aware of what it is about drinking that I enjoy, and also what I don’t enjoy. That ultimately is what led to my quantity being a quarter of where I was eight weeks ago.
In eight weeks I cut it down by 75%. That's significant and I feel better and I feel like I have the tools to carry me through and help me maintain success and actually even continue to improve.
I used to really love beer. Now I love life and merely enjoy alcohol.
I help people live bigger, fuller, more connected lives by enabling them to change their relationship with alcohol.