Rachel Gotto is someone we can all look up to for inspiration. She is nothing less than a powerhouse of strength. The personal success coach has been through hell and back; from losing her brother and husband to being diagnosed with a brain tumor and having difficulty in carrying out a task as simple as walking again. Despite the challenges, she battled through and has developed a passion for helping others live their lives to the fullest, just like her!
Rachel is now qualified as a life coach. She appeared on the Jennifer Zamparelli show to tell us the best tips to succeed at living a good life—the kind of life she learned to live in the wake of trials and tribulations.
Gotto’s Road Towards Betterment
As a highly motivated attempt to bring herself out of an extremely dark place, Gotto decided that the rollercoaster of a life she’s lived is extremely powerful in the sense that through it, she can help people who have experienced devastation and loss come out of it and get their happy lives back.
Her choice was to begin training as a hypnotherapist. As she went forward, she added several teachings to her practices. She believed that every human being is different. Hence, they work differently! Hacks, skills, and strategies are what can turn out to be helpful, depending on the therapeutic process of a person.
Rachel speaks all facts when she says that every human thinks their life is extremely important and they want the kind of people in their lives that are genuinely caring and are there for them; people who don’t only listen but understand them as well. Even though Gotto has trained herself to be an expert at a number of therapies, she prefers to be professionally known as a life coach. As a life coach, she thinks her goal is to open up possibilities for everyone. She wants to make the world believe that there is a way out of every dark path, and that there are thousands of possibilities. The only requirement is that one needs to be willing to believe it rather than staying trapped in the mind of despair.
Rachel started another argument by stating the fact that more than 70% of our thoughts are initiated in a negative sense. Most thoughts are naturally negative, and as soon as we realize it and begin to confront our thoughts, it’s when we begin to address our beliefs as well.
Negative beliefs can be a source of a lack of confidence, which is why the most important thing to do is understand where our triggers lie. Rachel believes that if you tell yourself to stop every time you start thinking negatively, you can get rid of it and change your beliefs.