Life Coaching is a designed alliance between coach and client where the coaching relationship continually gives all the power back to you, the client. We believe that you know the answers to every question or challenge you may have in your life, even if those answers appear to be obscured, concealed or hidden inside.

My skills are about knowing the right questions to ask and having the right tools and techniques to empower you to find those answers within yourself.

You, the client, are the only expert in your entire life who truly knows who you are and what you need. You are the only expert who can recognize what is absolutely best for you. I will simply ask the right questions and open up the space so you can explore, plan and take the actions you need to live the life you desire. As your coach, I will also help you discover what your own personal "best" might be.

We help you connect your head and your heart in a way that transforms your passion for your dreams into action for your life.

My approach is focused on self mastery,  but what is self-mastery? It's taking ownership of your results in life and using any and every means available to become the best that you can be. It's recognizing that to get to that world-class level, you will have to develop exceptional, robust inner resources — because all your results ultimately flow from YOU. 

This is not idle theorizing. Result, results, results are what I care about. Nothing fluffy or New-Age. The fact is, if you're not satisfied with what you've accomplished so far, you need better habits, better beliefs, better thought-patterns, more emotional awareness, more knowledge, and new technical skills to bridge the gap. Maverick Mind is here to provide you with insights and resources for this journey. 

Having a maverick mind and thinking for yourself is about:


  • Unleashing the power of your mind
  • Real personal development results
  • Hard work: recognizing that it takes massive effort to become successful
  • Long-term thinking: investing in yourself
  • Cultivating a love for the pursuit of personal development
  • Advanced concepts, strategies, techniques, and tools for making lasting improvements
  • Finding your true life purpose
  • Staying on track with your purpose after you've found it
  • Becoming world-class at what you do
  • Creating financial success, creative autonomy, freedom, and lasting fulfillment
  • Building emotional awareness
  • Building self-awareness
  • Knowing yourself
  • Deepening your connection with your higher/true self



 Social Conditioning is the sociological process of training individuals in a society to respond in a manner generally approved by the society in general and peer groups within society. It can be seen as a form of indoctrinating and herding people into having certain beliefs, behaviors, desires and emotional reactions. I believe that in order to be in charge of you own life and have an outstanding life, one of the most important phenomena to understand and be able to rise above is what social psychologists call social conditioning. I will help you understand and identify as well as questioning your recurring ideas, behaviors, desires and emotions in order to remove what is no longer serving you. 



 A limiting belief is a false belief that a person acquires as a result of making an incorrect conclusion about something in life. They are the thoughts that constrain us in some way. Just by believing them, we do not think, do or say the things that they inhibit. And in doing so we impoverish our lives. ... Limiting beliefs are often about our selves and our self-identity. The beliefs may also be about other people and the world in general.  

"We learn our belief systems as very little children, and then we move through life creating experiences to match our beliefs. Look back in your own life and notice how often you have gone through the same experience." - Louise Hay



Think of the subconscious mind as the storage room of everything that is currently not in your conscious mind. The subconscious mind (which is responsible for 95% of your actions) stores all of your previous life experiences, your beliefs, your memories, you skills, all situations you've been through and all images you've ever seen.

The best way to understand it is to look at the example of the person who wants to learn how to drive a car. At the beginning he wouldn't be able to hold a conversation with anyone while driving as he would be focusing on the different moves involved. That's because he's still using his conscious mind to drive. Few weeks later driving becomes a natural habit that happens automatically without needing to think about it. That person could even start using his cell phone or talking to his friends while driving. This happened because the driving habit has been transferred to his subconscious mind and so the conscious mind become free. This allowed him to use it to talk in his cell phone.

 Your conscious mind (responsible for 5% of your actions) commands and your subconscious mind obeys. Your subconscious mind is an unquestioning servant. It works day and night to make your behavior fits a pattern consistent with your emotionalized thoughts, hopes, and desires. 



 Maslow first introduced his concept of a hierarchy of needs in his 1943 paper "A Theory of Human Motivation" and his subsequent book Motivation and Personality. This hierarchy suggests that people are motivated to fulfill basic needs before moving on to other, more advanced needs.

While some of the existing schools of thought at the time tended to focus on problematic behaviors, Maslow was much more interested in learning about what makes people happy and the things that they do to achieve that aim.

As a humanist, Maslow believed that people have an inborn desire to be self-actualized, that is, to be all they can be. In order to achieve these ultimate goals, however, a number of more basic needs must be met such as the need for food, safety, love, and self-esteem.



 Spiral Dynamics is a data-based, psychological approach to understanding worldviews or systems of thinking held by individuals, organisations and societies, a psychological model that highlights stages of development specifically around values. This hierarchy of value structures consists of eight levels that individuals express in their psychological life. We will be able to understand which stage you are in and what your values are.  



  Systems thinking is a holistic and integral approach to analysis that focuses on the way that a system's constituent parts interrelate and how systems work over time and within the context of larger systems. It is the process of understanding how things influence one another within a whole. In nature, systems thinking examples include ecosystems in which various elements such as air, water, movement, plants, and animals work together to survive or perish. And in your life you will be able to understand the systems working in your own life and how you are affecting them.