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This week we chat with Moses Nalocca, a 38-year-old mindset coach from Italy.
Moses left his home country and moved to London for just 15 euros.
When the job search was unsuccessful despite a law degree, Moses turned to Success, a seminar provider focused on empowering people in their personal development and careers. I applied to Resources.
His coaching career went from strength to strength, and when a business trip was stranded in Bulgaria due to COVID-19 in 2020, Moses set up a business and took his leadership skills to the next level. I took the opportunity to train.
Thanks to the contacts he had built in Bulgaria, when he returned to London, the Bulgarian Karate Federation called him and asked him to do mindset coaching for their team.
They needed Moses’ help to qualify for the Olympics. Athlete Ivet Goranova’s gold medal in Tokyo is proof of Moses’ skill.
Hey Moses. Ivet Goranova’s Mindset What was his coaching experience like?
During the two hours I spent with the Karate Federation, I noticed this girl, Ivet, working hard on the exercises I showed her.
I got engaged on the day of the competition, so I returned to Bulgaria, and while I was there, I got a call. They said, “Ivet is in the semifinals. She’s panicking and she needs to talk to you.”
So we did a “mindset push” together. With some of the techniques I use to remove blockages and anxiety, she won the gold medal in the qualifiers in Paris.
In the previous eight months, she lost everything. She was not winning at all and her federation was considering not taking her to Paris.
After that, we made an agreement with the federation and worked together for an hour and a half every day from July 5th to August 5th.
We did the impossible and what everyone said was impossible. We were aiming for the gold medal and in Tokyo we got the gold medal.
What techniques did Ivet employ to help her win the gold medal?
First recognition, then identity, and celebrate as if it were already an Olympic gold medal.
There was a lot of work to do as some barriers had to be removed. I had some emotional issues that had to be unblocked regarding past memories. We had to heal it and deal with our fear of competition.
Being there is already a huge achievement, but I didn’t want to go there just to participate, I wanted to go there to win. Was it to have a winning mindset?
We worked on changing her identity. She can’t put her foot in something if she can’t see it in her head.
I stopped calling her Ivet and gave her the identity of Dozera, which in English translates to Dozer, which means “unstoppable.”
After that, she won every competition, including the final, where her competitor was number one in the world.
Financially speaking, how much can you earn from mindset coaching?
Membership costs about £1000 a year for entrepreneurs and businesses.
When it comes to coaching athletes, we earn close to £600 per athlete per year.
We also received an award for our seven-figure contribution to the industry.
What do you like most about your job?
My favorite thing to do is watch someone change. Recently I did a “discovery session” with her 20 year old male.
She was closed and miserable, but with a little technique and allowing downloads, I saw a change in her in less than an hour.
She had that light. It’s possible’.
An average day in Moses Narrokka’s daily life:
4:30 am: Wake up
5am: Meditation practice
8:30 am: Second meal
9am-12pm: Check your email and connect with his team around the world
1pm-5pm: 1-2-1 coaching session, group coaching session or networking in London
21:00: Read a book
9:30 pm: go to bed
What do you dislike most about your job?
I hate that it shows how most of us as humans have lost hope and that belief.
When I work with someone, coaching is not about me pointing my finger and trying to fix people, but about the third party results that you and I want to achieve together, working together. to be a co-creator of
However, there are times when we want benefits and results more than our clients. But I can’t do anything about it.
I hate seeing someone’s potential and seeing what they can and can do but they don’t believe in themselves or are unaware.
Have you ever imagined yourself doing this job?
It was the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. I was 12 years old and dreamed of winning a gold medal.
So no matter what dream you have, it may not happen the way you want it or in the time frame you want.
It took me over 25 years to win an Olympic gold medal, but I always had that dream and passion. At an unexpected moment, life rewards those dreams.
I won that gold Olympic medal. Ivet is the one who got it, but he saw it as a kid, so it’s a part of me.
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