Author: Adrian Wild
I began coaching people in 1996 for an international non-profit organization. Previously, I worked as a mechanical engineer and physics teacher but found through my work in the non-profit, I was much more passionate about empowering people. So I decided to make coaching my occupation. My education includes: a bachelors of science in mechanical engineering from Oregon Institute of Technology, A master in education from Portland State University, counselor training through GSM International, three years of living curriculum and coach training through Landmark Education, and coach training through The Tony Robbins Institute.

There are at least a million ways of looking at one’s situation. Why not choose a positive one? Through My life coaching practice I have found that A positive outlook, regardless of trauma in whatever circumstance we may find ourselves more »

Many people are afraid of facing the demons in their mind but the truth is, those demons are simply your power working against you. This resistance is going on in the background all the time. It shapes your personality and more »

Hate is fear inverted and an indicator that you have limited yourself in some way. Self-hatred is a path to insecurity, dis-empowerment, and depression. Acceptance opens you up and sets you free. Free to the love that is available for more »

In this technologically advanced culture, we celebrate the masculine; we win at work, our games,  money and  war. The masculine mindset is objective, concise, direct, intense, and un-emotional. Execution is the key and to the victor goes the rewards: honor, more »

True power cannot be contrived. It is a natural flow from your eternal self. In the calm of your being it flows through you. It is not yours. What you provide is a channel.  To honor this power, you must more »

Don’t forget to put restorative activities in your life. Many of my clients have strong, analytic minds that can handle a large amount of responsibility and yet they get frazzled. They do so because they’re so reliant on living inside more »

Many people I know feel lost in their pursuit of a relationship. Others are drowning in their relationships. In these predicaments, there is a longing for satisfaction that people cannot live without; they believe  in  intimacy and loss of ego more »

Marriage is not necessarily the answer for what we seek, at least the way people usually think of it. There’s much evidence that speaks to the contrary. The objectification of technology and the Western lifestyle creates a world where our more »

The worst and best thing about other people is that they are not us. I’ve gone through several training programs to understand why we do what we do and the best solution for dealing with others I’ve found is this. more »