Paul Colaianni – podcast producer, personal coach, author, and the founder of The Overwhelmed Brain joins Kemi for an amazing conversation today

By November 17, 2015 Blog, Podcast






Paul-ColaianniPaul Colaianni – podcast producer, personal coach, author, and the founder of The Overwhelmed Brain – is no stranger to heartache, stress, depression, and daily life challenges. After a 13-year relationship suddenly ended, Paul quickly fell into a deep depression. It took him many years to come to terms with his failed relationship – though, after one very important, emotional conversation, John began his path of self-healing and personal growth.

Throughout this journey, John has obtained certifications in hypnosis, neuro-linguistic programming, and has learned valuable skills and techniques in communication and meditation. Since overcoming his personal challenges, he has dedicated himself, and his business, to helping others overcome burdens through one-on-one coaching sessions, podcast publications, newsletter tips, and published books. Paul’s coaching techniques are unlike many others in the industry as he taps into the critical thinking portion of the mind, teaching people that “it’s OK not to think positively all the time,” while inspiring and helping his clients to believe in themselves. His methods have helped hundreds of people look past negativity and take joy in the positive aspects fulfilling their daily lives.

Please welcome Paul Colaianni to the show!

 

Web Links:

http://theoverwhelmedbrain.com/about/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/theoverwhelmedbrain

https://twitter.com/paulcolabrain

https://www.facebook.com/theoverwhelmedbrain/

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/overwhelmed-brain-paul-colaianni/id743537890?mt=2

https://plus.google.com/+PaulColaianni/posts

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPs9TV2SdBLta9qBUOaPUwg

 

Books:

Clear The Path To Happiness: Powerful, Practical Steps To Becoming Happier, Feel Better, And Enjoy Living

How to Deal with Irrational People: What to do When Common Sense Fails and “Crazy” Behavior Prevails

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