YOUR FUTURE IS BRIGHT! Let me help you to see just how bright it is!
In 2010, I had a choice to make. I could take the easy path and give up due to the difficult circumstances I was facing. I was diagnosed with an enlarged heart. I would have an ICD (Implantable Cardio-Verter Defibrillator) put in my chest. This rocked my world! I was only 30. I was too young to have this in my chest. I had to make a choice. Give up or keep fighting? I decided to fight. My mindset had to change. I began by changing what ICD means. For me, it now means I Can Do. This is the attitude that’s necessary for me and you when it comes to overcoming obstacles.
As I look back at my life, I’ve seen the value of this kind of mindset. I saw it in my mother who had to raise two children by herself. I saw it as she cleaned houses on a daily basis. She had an I CAN DO mindset. She helped me to have one as well.
Now, I want to help you! I CAN DO. SO CAN YOU.
The Coronavirus and 2020 have been a reminder about how fast life can change. Has there been something you’ve been wanting to do, but have not taken action? Has fear held you back? What about self-doubt about whether or not you are able to accomplish your goals?
Now is the time for action! Think about where you currently are and the possibilities of how things can be. Do you feel like you haven’t reached your full potential? Then now is your time!
For the past 20 years I’ve had some kind of leadership role. Whether as an assistant manager at a Gold’s Gym. Or as a Specialty Sales Representative with Pfizer Inc. And now preaching for the past 11 years.
I know what it takes to be successful. I believe I can help you to attain the things you’re going after in life. I’ve been able to assist others to change their mindset, and to become what it is they are looking to become. I help give people the clarity and encouragement they need to take those next steps to make their dreams a reality. I would love to serve you and see you grow even more.
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What if I mess up? What if I forget what I wrote in my notes? What if my mind goes blank? When it comes to public speaking, do you ever find your mind consumed with “What If?” Even after 19 years of public speaking in pharmaceutical sales, preaching, and motivational speaking, “What If” still haunted me. But since training with Ultraspeaking, my “What if” moments have transformed into “What’s Next?” I can’t wait for the next opportunity to speak. The feeling of calm and confidence is something everyone can experience and enjoy. It’s possible with Ultraspeaking. It’s a fun, encouraging environment and a place you will want to come back for more! Are you ready? Let’s go! http://ultraspeaking.com/daily-trainings
As an experienced certified coach, I have had the unique opportunity to work with many coaches and I can unequivocally say Benjamin Lee is one of the very best in this field. I am thoroughly impressed with Benjamin. His ability to listen deeply and intuitively motivate shows how passionate he is to help others live their best life and accomplish their dreams. Benjamin has a vast amount of knowledge and experience that allows him to navigate difficult situations with his clients and help them to quickly get on a path toward reaching their goals. As an avid reader and seeker of knowledge, Benjamin’s excitement and passion for life is contagious. If you are looking to make change, get unstuck, pursue your dreams, reach your goals, and have a comprehensively better life, look no further than Benjamin Lee. I enthusiastically give him my highest recommendation.Christine Yankel CTACC
Ben is an excellent coach. He has definitely helped me move the boat forward. I am on the right track with a lot of things in my life right now, and Ben was able to help validate and reinforce those things. I’d recommend Ben for life coaching to anybody who needs a gentle nudge to get up and keep moving forward.
-Preston Frazier, achievingmybase.com
This past year, I had a speech to give. I honestly didn’t know where to begin, as far as knowing what I wanted to talk about, putting my thoughts on paper, and logically structuring the speech so that it was clear and memorable for the audience. One thing was for sure, it was getting closer to the day of the speech. I reached out to Ben, who was a savior for me. He brought his wisdom and insight to the table, helped me formulate ideas, and assured me that the speech would go well – certainly it did. I took his advice, started writing (once I knew which direction I wanted to go with the speech), my thoughts were flowing, and I gave the speech. I believe it went well. I achieved my goal. The speech was clear and memorable. If it wasn’t for Ben, I would have been overwhelmed and unable to deliver the way I wanted.Donald Jackson
Benjamin Lee is an incredible coach, and his “I Can Do” attitude exudes from every pore. One of the biggest things I learned from his coaching is the importance of the story I tell myself. Here is the story I’ve told myself.
I have asthma. I have allergies. I’ve been in the hospital ER several times because of allergies and asthma. I had had lead poisoning/mold poisoning. My lungs just had too much damage. I’ve been a pretty sick puppy. One doctor told me it was a miracle I was still alive. My knees are bad (my mom and most of her siblings had at least partial knee replacements) – I have had some serious problems with knees since I was a teenager. So, I didn’t run. Told myself I couldn’t. I’m not pushing like I should. Defeated before I started. Over these past few months I purposefully decided to tell myself a different story. A big part of that mental switch flowed out of my coaching sessions with Benjamin Lee. My brain woke up because I thought about how I argued with my mom for over 20 years telling her to stop telling herself she would get Alzheimer’s. But I was telling myself a story just as harmful.
One of my conversations with Benjamin on the phone, I said, “I am worth this.” And it stuck. I don’t want the rest of my life to be a message of limitation and “I can’t.” Enough of that. I’m worth this. This is not to discount the many others who were a huge encouragement to me, including my wife and kids and close friends. But Benjamin just hit me where it counts, and really helped me see the value of telling myself a positive I Can Do You Can Too story. I ran 2/5 miles today. If you know me, you’d know how huge that is. Something I previously told myself was impossible, I did today. Two months ago, I started exercising, adding a little bit every time. I started walking, then walking and jogging for a bit. I did aerobic exercises in the house. Built up to where I jogged 1/2 mile without stopping. Then 1 mile. Then 1/5 miles. Now, today I ran 2.5 miles. Thank you, Benjamin, for being such a great coach and motivator!Aaron Kemple