About Mayda Poc
From Wall Street to International Life and Career Coach for Executives in Finance, Law Firms and fast-paced industries.
Multi-cultural, multi-disciplinarian – after more than 15 years in the Financial industry, working in Paris, London and New York City, Mayda Poc left Investment Bank and Wall Street to become an international life and career coach, focusing on helping executives find more zen, fulfillment and purpose in their daily lives and in their careers.
Today, Mayda is a coach and a certified hypnosis practitioner based in New York City. She specializes in life coaching and career coaching, and uses multiple modalities including hypnosis, in her practice.
Mayda holds a Master Coach certification from the International Coaching Institute (“ICI”), Geneva; she is also certified as a Health Coach, having studied wellness coaching at the Institute of Integrative Nutrition (“IIN”).
Mayda is also a certified hypnotist, having attended the Hypnosis Motivation Institute, America’s first nationally accredited hypnotherapy training school (“HMI”), where, in addition to her accredited diploma in hypnotherapy, Mayda earned a certification in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (“NLP”) practitioner, as well as in advanced Emotional Freedom Technique.
She is a member of the International Coach Federation, the American Hypnosis Association, the International Certification Board of Clinical Hypnotherapists and the International Association for Health Coaches.
In this episode
This conversation made me think about a quote by Carl Jung which I saw earlier on this week: ‘If the path before you is clear, you’re probably on someone else’s. Mayda makes a short but powerful reference to this.
What are you saying yes to?
How is it affecting your health?
When and how do you stop to rest?
Is it possible that your need to succeed and or be accepted might be actually killing you instead of helping you?
Could it be that your need to succeed is actually just you trying to prove that you are worthy?
How far will you go before you stop and realise that you have got nothing to prove?
In spite of having everything, is there a small part of you that is dying or are you still feeling empty?
Have you been driven to achieve, to produce, to bring in more revenues, whatever the case maybe and forgotten what joy feels like?
Are you stuck in the corporate rat race?
What has to happen for you to stop and do something different??
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