Shortening the Learning Curve at the Coal-Face
I have a real interest in conversing with grown-ups to assist them to refine a smarter direction with meaningful habits.
Then then hold them accountable to the promises that they’ve made to become a better version of themselves.
“I still carry around the first goal sheet that Brent and I drafted 5 years ago.”
– Chris Morgan, UK
And, a passion for getting along side of the younger generation and share with them some fundamental basic life skills, to boost their confidence to positively contribute reaching their full potential.
“Brent has been amazing delivering the life skills programme and also within our wider school. He oozes energy and passion for our rangitahi and enhancing the experience our young ones have at school and on their life journey.”
– Larisha Toomey, Linwood College
Having an initial chat (face-to-face or Zoom) to gauge your life “as is” is the best place to start.
It determines the framework as to what further collaboration could be agreed to in the mentoring space for grown-ups (personal, professional or financial) or for youth (confidence, self-efficacy, resilience).
No, I’m not a counsellor, nor am I a life coach.
My expertise is drawn from having mentored for Business Mentors NZ; the Graeme Dingle Foundation; and a full raft of life gamut’s including writing, illustrating and publishing a book about goal setting to goal getting.
Mentoring is about having a brain to pick, an ear to listen, and a push in the right direction.
It can be as simple as we make it in todays world of clutter, chaos and confusion?
To have that initial no obligation conversation, I am best to be contacted at:
M: 027 511 0249 or E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or alternatively, please use the contact form below.