In this episode, Ros Jones uses the analogy of the identity iceberg to explain how the results we achieve are a result of our actions, decisions and behaviour. These in turn are a result of the parts of us that are unseen: our skills, our beliefs, our values and our identity which are largely shaped by our environment. By learning to be more aware of the impact on us of our physical and early years environment, we can proactively make changes to help us become the person we want to be which in turn will help us get the results we really want.
About the Author
Ros Jones has over 20 years of broad commercial experience before setting up her own business coaching practice in 2013. She’s helped thousands of individuals achieve their goals and take their business to the next level. Her clients achieve growth in profitability accomplished through improvements in sales, marketing, team training, systems development, strategic planning and shifts in mindset.