The Five Emotions That Stop Success in Coaches, Clients, and Creatives: Overcoming Personal Obstacles of the Mind

  • 7h 50m 19s
  • Rahti Gorfien
  • Recorded Books, Inc.
  • 2024

This book uniquely identifies the five key emotions that prevent clients from reaching their full creative potential and provides coaches tools to help them overcome them, boosting their productivity as well as their ability to complete and promote their work and personal development.

Accessible and personable, Rahti Gorfien interweaves stories from her personal life and private practice to alleviate the burden of blockages creatives generated by their own divergent thinking, unconscious conditioning, and memory. She takes each mindset in turn, shame, grandiosity, envy, boredom, and fear, and explores each emotion and how coaches can practically help clients overcome them to achieve creative freedom and success personally and professionally. Filled with practical exercises and coaching theory throughout, this book will equip coaches with tools to inspire confidence in their clients to share their work with the world, silencing negative inner voices and fulfilling their professional creative goals.

This book is invaluable for coaches as well as artists, entrepreneurs, therapists, career advisors, social workers, and those interested in finding methods of overcoming personal obstacles to making meaningful and authentic contributions through the freedom of their singular and passionate pursuits.

About the Author

Rahti Gorfien, PCC, ACCG, is a certified life, ADHD, and creativity coach. She is in private practice in New York City and is the founder of Creative Calling Coaching, LLC.

In this Audiobook

  • Introduction: From Theater Artist to Coach
  • Chapter 1 - What Stops Us?
  • Chapter 2 - The Five Emotions We Need To Tame
  • Chapter 3 - Shame
  • Chapter 4 - Grandiosity
  • Chapter 5 - Envy
  • Chapter 6 - Boredom
  • Chapter 7 - Fear
  • Chapter 8 - Mask Emotions
  • Chapter 9 - The Five Emotions Cheat Sheet
  • Chapter 10 - Additional Tools to Disrupt Problem Thinking
  • In Conclusion