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An Interview with Coach Emily Brant

Emily Brant is a passionate and dedicated Coach. One of her superpowers is her refusal to be restricted by what others have deemed within her ability. Emily loves to break down barriers both within and for others. She sees the awesome in everyone and can authentically show each of her clients their personal power within. She says, "These personal mini-revolutions are where the transformations are found". Emily believes in true love, harmony, and living without negative anxiety. She has made it her life's mission to show as many people as she can that they can have it all!

Emily Brant, Coach
Emily Brant, Coach

Who is Emily?

There’s a question. It’s literally taken me a lifetime to be able to answer that question authentically. I think so many of us are searching for that answer. We get lost within our lives and forget to look at who we are and who we want to be. I’m a mum, coach, feminist, a daughter, a fiancée, a sister, and a good friend. I believe in true love and true equality. I believe in harmony, not balance. Balance can cause the push and pull that leads to anxiety, stress, and fracture. I believe in celebrating our differences and not pigeonholing anyone. I live just north of London, and without this being in the pipeline at all, I suspect I’ll live in France at some point. I love wine (LOVE wine) and have completed the first 2 WSET examinations. I love to dance. I love listening to music and have an incredibly eclectic taste. ELO, Prince, The Eagles, Bon Jovi, Little Mix, Duran Duran, Little Big Town, Shooter Jennings, and Fleetwood Mac are all played regularly in our home. I’m a massive advocate for the underdog. I believe in everyone. Historically I gravitated towards people that I thought I could help and, on occasion, mistook my desire to help for love and partnership. I’ve suffered in the past with low self-esteem, which I think is why I am so good at helping my clients increase theirs. I always see both sides of the argument, which has been difficult for me in the past but is now an invaluable tool when coaching. Getting inside my clients' heads enables me to see the world as they do. I’m brave. I launched my company at the beginning of the pandemic. I saw it as not having a choice. It’s now or never, so why not be now!

What is it that you do for your clients?

I specialize in coaching children, teens, and young adults. I get them out of their own way. I use NLP and give them the right tools to show them how to remove anxiety rather than just teaching them how to manage it. I raise their self-worth. They often come to me at a 1 or 2 out of 10, and I coach them to a 10 out of 10. I can do this usually in a few short weeks, generally between 4 and 6. THEN we can move onto what it is that they want. They see it with a clearer vision and what was totally unachievable for them a few weeks before becomes their reality.

At the core of what I do is educate on beliefs—belief in themselves, belief in what they are doing, and belief in the world around them. I show my clients their limiting beliefs and help them to understand that they are not helping them. That they are, in fact, hurting them and can be changed for beliefs that serve. The mind is a tricky old thing. It wants to keep people safe, and it does this by keeping their existing beliefs running for fear of them stepping out of their comfort zone. In reality, it’s when we are in that uncomfortable zone that transformation occurs. It simply cannot occur when we feel safe.

Who should hire/work with you?

If I’ve heard this once, I’ve heard it 100 times. "I’m going to be a real challenge for you." Every client feels like they are going to be the one that I struggle with. The one that proves the exception to the rule and the one who can’t "be fixed." That in itself is a limiting belief. Everyone should have a coach. Someone who has their back. Someone who doesn’t judge them and doesn’t criticize. Someone who believes in them, even when they don’t believe in themselves. Someone who will never give up and someone who sees them for the person that they can be—their greater self.

I’ve worked with women and men, and I get a real kick out of seeing anyone’s self-worth grow. It’s inspiring watching a client’s transformation. I specialize in working with children, teens, and young adults. They are the reason that I became a coach. I have a real passion, working with kids and helping them move through their anxiety and fear and out of what’s holding them back into seeing their life with fresh eyes. Anything is possible!

What is your big goal? Where do you see yourself in 10 years from now?

I can talk about where I see myself in the future, but my big goals really don’t center around me. I’ve fought my entire life to escape my inner hippy (my parents were heavily into the ’60s), only to realize that that side of me is as big a part, as the entrepreneur is, or the fun-loving, dancing in the kitchen mum on a Friday night is.

Okay, the big goal is to heal and educate. I’d love to work more in schools, help parents and educate governments. Did you know, for example, that in Denmark, empathy lessons are written into the curriculum? That’s 5-year-olds learning empathy! I see myself on stage, possibly writing a book or 2, and of course, I see the clients that I’ve helped grow and the clients who are still on their development journey.

For more info, follow me on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and visit my website!


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