Stu
October 19, 2017
Evelyn
October 19, 2017

John

Before this course, I completed a lot of self-help and improvement courses. I had a lot of knowledge and information relating to my self-betterment, but I did not have the tools, technique, and teachings to use that information to better my life or my relationships.

IEC not only provided me with knowledge and information, it taught me new ways to achieve effective and responsible results; change from external control to internal control (and its benefits); difference between the seven deadly and caring habits, and how they relate to external and internal control, and their effects; and “How the Brain Works” (how we make decisions). This provided me with valuable knowledge and corrective knowledge.

I could go on and on about our five basic needs, our quality worlds, our pictures, and the other teachings of IEC. All and all, Choice Theory psychology and Internal Empowerment Coaching principles and practices have given me all that is required to internally motivate me to satisfy my five basic needs and live a fulfilled and happy life, without destroying relationships that I value.

My current plan is to obtain my certification as a substance abuse counselor and recovery coach. I am truly interested in using IEC to counsel my clients to a successful recovery and give them the tools needed to improve their relationships, and create a life for themselves.

And lastly, I want to enrich the lives of my wife, family, friends, and other valuable relationships in my life, by teaching and coaching them in Choice Theory psychology and Internal Empowerment Coaching.

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IECAST is a 501 (c)(3), Public Benefit, non-profit organization dedicated to perpetuating productive and mindful individuals, families, and organizations. We bring this vision into reality by developing diverse, internally empowered leaders who use the principles and practices of Choice Theory® as taught through the Internal Empowerment Coaching program. Our goal is to teach individuals, families, and organizations to reframe, reorganize, and reallocate resources to become effective coaches and leaders.