Pierre@PierreGagnon.Coach  +1 844 463 6777 


 

You want to get better?
Be more effective?
And feel more fulfilled?

• Are you going through tough  retirement or mid-life changes and challenging transitions?

• Would you like to be happier doing your important things?

• Do you know yourself ? And what  you’re supposed to do as part of the crew on Spaceship Earth?

• Could you improve your marketing—for yourself or your business?

Will I fit your needs?

Our coaching sessions might answer your needs.

Private. Safe. Confidential. Fun. Easy. Difficult.

Stimulating. One-On-One. Non-judgmental.

 

A nice, adult to adult, mutual sounding board.

Building mutual trust.

Building a working relationship.

We’ll use powerful coaching tools and strategies.

Developed over the last 2,500 years.

Based on ancient and modern wisdom.


You’ll find them easy to do.

And sometimes hard, sometimes uncomfortable.

You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You’ll feel alive.

Welcome to a fast-changing world.

Out of a constantly moving comfort zone.

For whom?

These powerful life coaching tools will give you great results. Results that work, stimulate, and push you forwardwhere you want or need to go.

Often faster than we would both expect.


  • For pre-retired or retired entrepreneurs.
  • Young-at-heart, mature, or greenhorn, who want a fuller life.
  • And wise leaders who want to deal with new challenges.


This toolbox will help you bring back hope and happiness.

It will iron out barriers which exist mostly in our mind.

It pushes to move it. To do it. Not just still think about it.

You’ll Do…? Be…? Have…?

You will or might:

  • Love yourself a bit, or better, a lot more.
    Feel alive. Enjoy better health.
    Laugh more often. Like children—300 times a day or more.
    Rediscover the importance to love, thank, and respect yourself.

  • Grow your impact around you.
    Rediscover and improve your marketing capacities, tools, and assets.
    Be more open to new ways of thinking, of doing, of appreciating.
    Teach the great things you’ve learned—you’re highly needed.
    Become a mentor to those who aspire to be like you.

  • Increase significantly your income.
    Diminish your expenses. Save more. 
    Address career and life changes. Embrace them. 
    Improve your training and studies. 
    Find out why you work.

  • React proactively to Just Over Broke.
    Be your own CEO. Or a better CEO.
    It’s a journey on its own. Don’t quit.
    Be the best servant you can be to humanity, and those close to you. 

  • Rediscover your passions, what makes you happy, and focus on your goals.
    Take tender loving care of that small eight year old kid who lives between your ribs, very close to your heart and your guts. 
    Trust that kiddo who knows you much better than yourself. Way more. Some call that kid “Intuition”.
    Yours is a lot more than that.
    Rediscover that kid who’s waiting to help you.
    Let him/her be!

  • Start, revamp, crash, or sell a business.
    Do what you have to do to feel better.
    Do what you want to do to feel really satisfied. 
    And, most important, revise why you do it. 
    Also plan an improved time management to give you more appropriate time to serve.

  • Become a top performer in your field.
    Get that earned recognition because you paid your dues.
    By just improving 1% more, every day.
    Every day is an important day.
    Some work at the same job for 10 years to develop a 20-times-6 month-work-experience. What a life!
    I’ve seen it in education, trades, sales, manufacturing, relationships…
    What a waste. Help people to improve as much as you can.

  • Lead more effectively. Become a better listener.
    Think more. Study more.
    Expand your horizons.
    Talk a lot to people.
    Listen a lot to people, more than you talk, à la 80/20.
    Be a leader by doing good and great things. 
    Just follow Lao-Tseu’s way—do it and people will follow you. 
    You’ll simply enjoy the feeling to be The Greatest, à la Jackie Gleason and Mahammad Ali.

  • Improve your relationships. 
    With your significant other, partners, parents, children, friends, co-workers, clients, nature, the world, and mostly with yourself
    Smile to people who help you—and everybody you meet. 
    Say “Thank You” a million times a day. 
    Hug a tree. 
    Pickup some litter, from land and water. 
    Protect a bullied homeless guy. 
    Drop a Loony or a Fiver to a street entertainer. 
    Start a small garden. 
    Feed some birds. 
    Visit your lonely elderly neighbour. 
    Walk your sick friend’s dog. 
    Do what has to be done.
    Simple. And sometimes difficult.

  • And much, much more. 
    We’ll talk about it on the calls.

Is it for you?

I work with women and men from all over the world, over the phone. Rarely face to face.

Ideally with people who have or are the following:

  • You already have a bit of life experience. 
    With life scars. Savvy.
    A strong sense of humour.
    Shooting faster than your shadow, à la Lucky Luke.

  • You don’t take yourself too seriously.
    You can cry. Can laugh. Can learn. Can crash.
    Can stand up again and go for it again …and again, …and again.

  • You still have some dreams you want to work on.
    And do something about them.

How much?

I am paid $1,300 CAD per month, in advance, for our monthly three to four coaching calls, by cheque or credit card/PayPal.

This arrangement continues monthly as long as you decide to retain me as your coach.

The first coaching session will begin after this agreement is signed and the first payment is received. 

Other packages might be more appropriate. We’ll see.
The first three months will give you a good understanding of my approach. 
Long enough to give you a good feeling of having strong positive results. 
No warranty. No refund if you don’t show up.
A simple agreement we can repeat, if we both wish. (See agreement here…)

When can we start?

I pamper my regular clients first. They have a priority for my limited time. 
Plus, I don’t have a stable of coaches available to handle the overload. It’s You and Me.
And some paperwork from my personal assistant. That’s all.

Referrals

I rarely refer clients to other coaches. It’s too personal. 
Confidentiality is paramount with me. 
I will also put more priority in selecting a client referred by my regular clients.

Testimonials

I will not use any testimonial on my site. 

I will nor require you to give me one either.

This is a private—confidential—business.

I want to keep it that way.


But you’re welcome to brag, chat, and gab shamelessly about your results to your friends and acquaintances whom you feel could use my coaching.

How long?

This coaching could last from a few months for a quick fix to a few years for an accelerated and complex evolution.

If that’s something you’re seriously considering, please call me for a free Complimentary Discovery Session. 

Yes, please call me or email me!

Just dial toll free +1 844 463 6777 CA & US.
Or direct intl. +1 778 594 5999.
Or email me at Pierre@PierreGagnon.Coach


Please leave me a message for the best times to call you back.
Days and hours.
Select times when you could be alone, relaxed, not interrupted, or distracted for 50 to 70 minutes. That’s important.


That free Complimentary Discovery Session will give us the opportunity to experiment working together. 
It will help us both decide if we’re a good fit for each other. 
Good chemistry is a blessing and a must.


Let’s start a conversation; and maybe a fine relationship.
Say yes to your adventure.

Kick your comfort zone.
Realize more of your choices because you want them. 
Now could be a good or important time.


Favorite coaches, mentors, and role models who help me to Be Better, more focused, and energized.

Some recent, some for a long time.
For different reasons or opportunities. Always welcomed and very stimulating. 

Aristotle

Marcus Aurelius

Drayton Bird

William Bridges  

Jim Camp 

John Caples

John Carlton

Dale Carnegie

Edgar Cayce

Winston S. Churchill 

Confucius

Stephen R. Covey 

Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi

Leonardo Da Vinci

Peter Drucker

Will & Ariel Durant

Ralph Waldo Emerson

Victor E. Frankl

Benjamin Franklin

Richard Buckminster Fuller

Mahatma Gandhi 

Howard Gardner

Malcolm Gladwell

Seth Godin 

Marshall Goldsmith 

Daniel Goleman 

Carlos Andrés Gómez

Gary C. Halbert

Robert Hargrove 

Herodotus

Claude Hopkins

Frederic M. Hudson 

Carl Jung 

Dan S. Kennedy

Jiddu Krishnamurti

Dalai Lama XIV

Patrick Lencioni 

Jay Conrad Levinson

Vince Lombardi 

Konrad Lorenz 

Perry Marshall 

Abraham H. Maslow 

Mitch Matthews 

Rollo May

Ken McCarthy

Desmond Morris

Andrew Neitlich

Friedrich W. Nietzsche

David Ogilvy

Tom Peters 

Jordan B. Peterson 

Daniel H. Pink 

Plato

Germaine Porché

Srikumar S. Rao

Tom Rath 

Antony Robbins 

Ken Robinson

Carl R. Rogers 

Kenneth Roman

Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī 

Martin E. P. Seligman

Peter M. Senge

Michael Senhoff

Simon Sinek

Socrates

Studs Terkel

Henry David Thoreau

Lao Tzu/Laozi 

Barbara Wainwright 

Barbara Winter 

Rosamund Stone Zander

Gary Zukav 

and many, many, many, more…


Photo Wikipedia

Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.

Mahatma Gandhi 

(1869–1948)
Indian activist  who was the leader of the Indian Independence movement against Britist colonial rule


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Never permit a dichotomy to rule your life, a dichotomy in which you hate what you do so you can have pleasure in your spare time. Look for a situation in which your work will give you as much happiness as your spare time.


Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.

Pablo Picasso 

(1881–1973)
Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist,stage designer, poet, and playright


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A man who views the world the same way at fifty as he did at twenty has wasted thirty years of his life. 

Muhammad Ali 

(1942–2016)
American professional boxer,
activist, and philanthropist


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People who don't take risks generally make about two big mistakes a year. People who do take risks generally make about two big mistakes a year.


Most of what we call management consist of making it difficult for people to get their work done.

Peter Drucker

(1909–2005)
Austrian-born American management consultant, educator, and author



You want to Be, Have, and Grow more?

Let me help you work out the big/small changes and transitions happening in your life:

• Family and Relationships
• Career, Work, and Hobbies
• Dreams, Business, and Entrepeurship


Call me for a free Complimentary Discovery Session. 

Just click the red button below.

Please leave me a message for the best times to call you back.

Days and hours.
Select times when you could be alone, relaxed, not interrupted, or distracted for 50 to 70 minutes.

That’s very important.


That free Complimentary Discovery Session will give us the opportunity to experience working together. 
It will help us both decide if we’re a good fit for each other. 
Good chemistry is a blessing and a must.
Let’s start a conversation. 
And maybe a fine relationship. 
Say yes to your adventure. 
Kick your comfort zone.
Realize more of your choices because you want them. 
Now could be a good or important time.


Photo Wikipedia

The aim of philosophy is happiness. Not a mere state of mind or mood, but something deeper—it’s related to virtue and the contemplation of beauty, truth, and goodness.

Aristotle

(384–322 BC)

Greek philosopher during the Classical period in Ancient Greece, the founder of the Lyceum and the Peripatetic school of philosophy and Aristotelian tradition


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I think women rule the world and that no man has ever done anything that a woman hasn’t allowed him to do or encouraged him to do.

Bob Dylan

American singer–songwriter, author,
and visual artist


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Perhaps the most valuable result of all education is the ability to make yourself do the things you have to do when it ought to be done, whether you like it or not. It is the first lesson that ought to be learned and is probably the last lesson a person learns thoroughly.

Thomas Henry Huxley (1825–1895)
British biologist and anthropologist specialising in comparative anatomy


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If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on the solution, I would spend the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I know the proper question, I would solve the problem in less than five minutes.

Albert Einstein 
( 1879–1955)
German-born,
American theoretical physicist 


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Life is a process of becoming, a combination of states we have to go through. Where people fail is that they wish to elect a state and remain in it. This is a kind of death.

Anaïs Nin 

(1903–1977)
American diarist, essayist, novelist, and writer of short stories and erotica


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Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning.

Benjamin Franklin 

(1706–1790)
American polymath, author, printer, politician, scientist, inventor, humorist, 
civic activist, stateman,
and diplomat


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The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.”


The only person who is educated is the one who has learned how to learn and change.

Carl Rogers 

(1902–1987)
American psychologist


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To exist is to change, to change is to mature, to mature is to go on creating oneself endlessly.

Henri Bergson 

(1859–1941)
French philosopher


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I think we ought to read only the kind of books that wound and stab us. If the book we are reading doesn’t wake us up with a blow on the head, what are we reading it for?


Youth is happy because it has the ability to see beauty. Anyone who keeps the ability to see beauty never grows old.

Franz Kafka 

(1883–1924)

German-speaking
Bohemian Jewish
novelist and short story writer



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