Eugene Seah lied to me. Let me explain.
I reflected about the past 12 months since I started this journey and remembered how tough it was.
I had to juggle family, work and the homework from Eugene’s coaching. It was painful and uncomfortable to be constantly challenged beyond my comfort zone.
But boy was it worth it!
Eugene forced me to develop deeper insights into the retail industry, and surprisingly even improved my job performance.
He challenged me to be better at what I do with his selfless sharing and mindset framing. He made me accountable to what I set out to do.
Those around witnessed the transformation in me.
Eugene lied to me. He said this is a personal branding coaching, but it’s not. I felt that it’s more a life coaching and I’ve grown so much.
Eugene, a sincere thank you from the bottom of my heart. I know this is just the beginning of an abundant life.