Montreal Business Coach & Life Focus Coaching NDG Westmount Expansion Announced

Montreal business coach Lynda Hoffman has expanded her professional business coaching to Westmount and NDG neighbourhoods. The certified life coach in Montreal helps individuals become more self-aware, efficient, and focused to be more productive in life and at work.

Montréal, Canada - May 17, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Montreal business coach and life coaching professional Lynda Hoffman announced the expansion of her services to the city’s Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and Westmount neighbourhoods. The certified life coach offers personal development and focus-enhancing skill coaching for individuals and corporate clients.

More information about Lynda Hoffman is available at https://lyndahoffman.com

According to a research study at the University of California in Irvine, a single digital distraction on account of an extended web search or a text message can cause the loss of 25 minutes of productive time. A neuroscientist at the University of California in San Francisco explains that sustained focus releases noradrenaline, a chemical that helps an individual improve concentration on their current task. Being unable or unwilling to eliminate distractions inhibits noradrenaline and prevents employees from focusing.

Lynda Hoffman’s expanded business coaching now available in NDG and Westmount is designed for employers who want to help their employees achieve improved focus at work and in their personal lives. Built on Hoffman’s self-designed tenets of self-awareness, mindfulness, and taking action, life coaching and business coaching helps individuals become more efficient with their lives.

Coaching participants discover and apply personal leadership skills, sustainable improve self-worth, clarify personal goals, improve work-life balance, and eliminate limiting beliefs.

Hoffman offers individuals and companies a complimentary coaching conversation and consultation to collaboratively assess needs and evaluate custom coaching strategies. The primary focus of the NDG, Montreal business coaching program is to help employers, employees, and businesses in the city achieve greater focus, effectiveness, and efficiency.

According to a spokesperson for the professional certified business coach in Westmount, Montreal, “With great focus, you can visualize new ideas easily, work with them creatively, and express them coherently. Your output matches your expectations and you feel in control. It is the ideal place to be. We help individuals and businesses achieve this focus with guidance from the top business coach Montreal has to offer.”

Lynda Hoffman is a Certified Educational Kinesiologist and certified life coach in Montreal. She is a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF). Her coaching approach combines the work of Robert Kegan of the Harvard Graduate School of Education and the work of psychologist and guidance coach Tara Brach. More information about Hoffman’s business coaching services is available at https://lyndahoffman.com/personal-development/ and at the URL above.

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Address: 3792 Boulevard Décarie, Montréal, Québec H4A 3J7, Canada
Website: https://lyndahoffman.com

Source: NewsNetwork

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