Our guest is Gail Jones, an Intuitive Coach, insightful writer, and savvy PR consultant. A specialist in helping people move successfully through life transitions, Gail will describe the core beliefs that block people from living the life they long to live.
Although hidden beliefs conditioned from a young age often hold us back, we can become more aware of the limiting beliefs that impact our lives, choose to let them go, and create more empowering thoughts, words, and beliefs that will enable us to live more joyfully and purposefully. A leading edge innovator, Gail has guided hundreds of people to new levels of joy, fulfillment, and success through her unique approach of transformation including a proprietary tool called Rewriting the Script (RTS), which she developed to help clients release subconscious beliefs that hold them back. Gail helps people detoxify their minds of negative or false beliefs, much like one would cleanse the body of junk food. Then, using her intuitive coaching skills and expertise as a writer, Gail uniquely assists people in crafting the right words to implement change. From these words, they develop daily rituals and action plans to instill these new beliefs in their brains for lasting transformation.
With the tools of a coach, the soul of a writer, and the wisdom of a reflective life, Gail Jones brings an innovative approach to helping people achieve success. Building on her journalism and PR careers, as well as her life experiences, Gail became an author of self-help, non-fiction books that support readers through major life transitions. She began coaching adults in transition nearly 20 years ago and is a graduate of CoachVille. Independent of her coach training, Gail learned breakthrough belief transformation techniques, which she customized to her own proprietary tool she named Rewriting the Script. She is also an EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) practitioner and a second degree Reiki master, fully understanding that releasing negativity from the body is key to emotional healing and spiritual well-being. Gail “walks her talk,” continually learning new skills that keep her abreast of change. Downtime for spiritual renewal–through yoga, walking and journaling–is integral to her well-being and the insights she brings to clients.