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Hi there, I’m Adrian Cahill.  Despite being recognised as a successful Coach, I’m actually a Human Behaviour Specialist.

Coaching, is just one of the ways I help people change.



“We are shaping the world faster than we can change ourselves and we are applying to the present the habits of the past”

Winston Churchill (1874 – 1965) 



NLP, Neuro Linguistic Programming is many things from a methodology, to a study of excellence and more. In my change work, NLP is an additional set of tools I can use to help people change. And we are always changing, so why not change gracefully.



“Change Happens, Growth is Optional…
Choose Wisely” 

Adrian Cahill


It all comes down to 2 things. Perception & Focus

TEDx SJTU 2013

Why NLP and Coaching:

Just for a minute imagine yourself being a Mountain Climber. When climbing, its hard to see whats in front of you, whats coming up on the left, and the right and over the next rise, all at the same time. The weather is changing, conditions are changing but you can’t keep track of it all and see everything because your too busy climbing. And then while your doing all that, you didn’t relise your backpack strap had worn out and your about to start loosing stuff.  Well guess what?

You don’t even need to do it alone!

People are busier then ever. Managing much more. Often over complicated lives with less happiness, less satisfaction, less passion than ever. I find, and this is natural, that people are often so busy climbing, that they loose track or forgot what they were climbing for. Or forgot where they we’re climbing to.

And that’s where a Coach comes in. 

Successful people know, big mountains are not climbed alone.

It’s not like my mountain is any bigger, smaller, greener or anything. It’s just from my mountain, I’ve got a pretty good view of yours. And I’ve learned how to be good at assisting. 



“Courage is not defined by those who fought and did not fall, but by those who fought, fell and rose again”

Adrienne Rich






 Lets talk. According to ICF studies 98% of all companies and individuals that hire a coach are satisfied. And 96% would repeat the process”

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More Information on NLP and Coaching:


Sometimes with Coaching, people have something very specific they want to work with. If not, we start by taking an overview of their life, goals, key values and drivers. We relies a lot of people may not have goals and purpose defined, that is fine (goals don’t work for everybody). If the coach is really efficient, a lot of ‘Limiting beliefs or blockages will be naturally unearthed in the process.

Next we take different approaches to reduces the blockages, reduce baggage, reduce negative thought patterns. Create or reinforce positive psychological pathways and strategies to move the client towards their desired path.

Everyone knows, one of the best investments you can make in life is to invest in yourself. Yet its often left till last. No wonder there are so many people stuck in the rat race or dying with so many regrets.

A good coach can help you not only climb, but move mountains. A coach can be there to take measurements. Provide advice. Be a sounding board for ideas. Hold you accountable to help you drive forward, and much much more!

Working by yourself is not an easy task and is not required. You don’t need to do it alone. Sitting with a Coach is something that needs to be experienced. Many Coaches offer the first session or consultation happily for free. Why not try it.

In looking for a Coach: I would most strongly recommend looking for qualifications like the ICF (International Coaching Federation) credentials. Many of the best coaches also have NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) qualifications. Practitioner is first level, Master Practitioner and Trainers takes much more work.

The ICF and NLP qualifications are recognized around the world as the leading attributes for successful Coaches.CoachingICF1



NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming):


NLP Program

There are many descriptions, definitions and purposes of NLP.

Its a study of the Psychology of Excellence. It focuses on what goes right with people, rather than traditional Psychology which focuses on the past and what goes wrong.

Its also a science, approach, attitude and methodology behind communication, personal development, success and psychotherapy.

We use it in many ways to help you achieve at much higher levels.

One of the cool things we do with NLP is look at people like Michael Jordan, Tim Ferris, Napoleon Hill, Donald Trump and learn their strategies for success. NLP has studied some of the worlds most successful minds. If you were a Basketball player, being able to think like Michael Jordan on the court could have phenomenal affects on your performance. Imagine if you wanted to be a successful Internet Marketer like Tim Ferris. Learning how he thinks, adopting some of his beliefs and strategies could really turn your world around. Myself, personally, I looked deep into Warren Buffet’s Investment styles. I learned to invest and think about investing like him.

NLP is effectively learning from the best minds in the world.

NLP is also used to help people overcome phobias, lose weight, quit drugs, gain confidence, gain clarity, understand themselves, find their purpose, increase or decrease specific desires, boost performance as well as dramatically increase people’s ability to communicate and much much more.


NLP Coaching:

You can see clearly that this NLP and Coaching together makes good sense. Coaching is the system for regular interaction and guidance. NLP being a collection of tools and support for the Coach to ensure the client reaches his or her goals.

If your serious about creating wealth, finding your purpose, being a better person.

Lets chat. Call me on Skype or Email me now. (Skype/Wechat: Adriannqld)




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