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Here’s the perfect solution if you want to have confidence in your decision making even if you’ve made some not-so-good decisions in the past.

At certain points in your life, you will be confronted with some big decisions that will change the course of your life for ever (Even small decisions can do that sometimes). For example, choosing or changing your job, deciding to get married; to have or not have a family, taking on a work promotion or planning retirement. Let’s call these points of change in your life Transition Points.

In this Free Training you will learn how your decisions can work for you to ease you confidently through your next transition.

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At certain points in your life, you can be confronted with some big decisions that will change the course of your life for ever. For example, choosing your job, deciding to get married or planning retirement. Let’s call these points of change in your life Transition Points.

Choosing a first career or changing jobs?

You will have, in all likelihood, been asked, “What do you want to do when you grow up?’
At school, you have to make choices about subjects. It can be bewildering for the young person.

In a relationship - deciding to get married?

This is a big decision – “’till death us do part.”
There is love and passion. Is that all that’s needed?

Deciding to start a family?

Sometimes you can fall into this. That’s what nature intends!
However nowadays we do have choices… When?… How many children?

Empty nesters – when the children leave home

This is a stage that can creep up on you.
For many years a great deal of focus has been on parenting and providing for your children.
What is happening when they leave home?
What is your life going to be like?

Heading up a new team at work or getting a promotion?

Have you been responsible for leading others in a work environment before?
How do I handle people who disagree with me? Will I be able to meet work expectations and deadlines?


When you stop work, what is your life going to be like?
your relationship?… your financial situation? … your health?
There will be new decisions that will have to be made.

This Is Why You Should Access This Free Training Now.

It’s All About Making An Informed Transition

As you look at these transition points, you will realise that the decisions made at each stage will be different. For example, the young (or not-so-young) person thinking about marriage will not be faced with the same decision as an empty nester whose children are becoming independent.

… And let’s face it, when confronted with the uncertainty of a significant life-change., we don’t always get it right. We discover, often after the event, that we have fallen into a ‘trap’  we should have seen coming. In hindsight, it was a ‘mistake’ and could have been avoided by being just a little more aware and informed. This free training helps fill that ‘informed’ gap when you are coming up to a major life change. There are three mistakes that must be avoided when approaching any transition.

Avoid These Three Mistakes and Access for Your FREE Training now

Mistake No 1     

Not recognising the importance of even small decisions when confronted with major uncertainty.

Mistake No 2

Overlooking the critical role of conditioned beliefs and habits play when making significant life choices.

Mistake No 3

Assuming that natural talents alone will get you through major life transitions.

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Darren Stephens

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Mihaela Vlad

"Making decisions in life is something that we all do. Either your decisions are empowering you or disempowering you. The question is, which one are you choosing and are you ready to take your decision - making process to another level? Through Steve's unique insights you'll discover new ways of being, having and doing. There isn't anyone else who can articulate an idea and concept like Steve Coleman. Study his principles and your life will never be the same again."

John Spender - Author, Speaker and Coach

"I met Steve when participating in a coaching course back in 2011. Steve is an amazing listener with such a calming spirit and he makes you feel so relaxed that a conversation can just flow. With his wealth of knowledge, he is there to guide you through any situation. It is a pleasure to call Steve my friend and I would have no hesitation in recommending his latest book, “
Decisions, Decisions! How To Make The Right One Every Time."

Jenny Davison

"It’s a burning question that keeps us awake at night: Am I making the right decision? No one is better equipped to guide you on your decision-making journey than Steve, the Peter Pan of the twenty-first century. Steve brings his youthful optimism, intuition and wisdom to every situation and this book is no different. I know Steve both personally and professionally and I am confident that his methodical approach to decision making will guide you on your life journey and empower you to reach your potential. Steve once told me, “It will happen.” And, of course, it did."

Katrina Guazzo - B Education, B Journalism, James Cook University, Townsville. English and Film, Television and News Media Teacher, Ignatius Park College, Townsville, Australia

"I have had a lifetime of adventures with Steve in the mountains and in the bush, with no disasters. I would go anywhere with him and it is without hesitation that I say, Go with Steve in this book."

Peter Reimann - Professional Engineer (retired), Current Chairman of a Bush Restoration Group and ongoing Mountain Adventurer

"Steve Coleman always maintains a profound balance between logical and intuitive considerations when making decisions, both personally and professionally. Given Steve's balanced approach to 'mindful decision making' I would highly recommend this valuable resource of Decisions, Decisions! How To Make The Right One Every Time."

Zoe - Anne Fields - Counsellor and Author, "Transformations"