Hello, I’m Evan

“We are all capable of Greater things than we realize” 

(Norman Vincent Peal)

If we are willing to take an honest look at ourselves, be with whatever is, and then choose an empowering way to show up in the world, then we are indeed capable of much greater things than we realize.

Not everyone wants to go beyond the status quo, specially if it already looks like success. No everyone likes to surpass himself or herself to achieve extraordinary things.  Not everyone wants to become an inspiring and empowering leader in their work and in their life. And that’s fine. But if you want, Let’s talk. As a former engineer and project manager in the space industry, I assisted many rocket launches to send satellites way beyond the atmosphere. I now want to assist you in taking off to go beyond what’s visible and comfortable, to expand your horizon and discover a brand new world of possibilities for you to achieve much greater things.

With my Full Potential Coaching, I support all sorts of High Achievers and Leaders, Entrepreneurs, Business Owners, Managers and Executives to become the person they need to BE to achieve their most important goals. I help them discover themselves, face their fear, increase their confidence, choose courage over comfort, commitment over resignation, discover the power of vulnerability, and develop an authentic, inspiring and empowering leadership. As a result, they create much greater external achievements and the internal fulfillment they are craving for, in their work and in their life.

Using the neuroscience based Conversational Intelligence® framework, I help managers and teams increase trust and transparency, develop their creativity, and improve their productivity and bottom line. This participates to build healthier and more resilient organizations, a necessity in our fast-changing world.

Former national level swimmer and triathlete, I also offer Mental Training to Athletes, from kids to College to World Class levels. I help them to take control of their mental and emotional games so as to perform to their full potential, while finding meaning and fulfilment beyond performance. These skills can also be used in other areas like school exams, business or any challenge requiring performance.

These various approaches which I can cross over, associated with my personal story, make my uniqueness.

 I coach in person or remotely (phone, skype, zoom) so your location is not an issue, and I guarantee a total confidentiality of our work and discussions, bound to the code of ethic of the International Coaching Federation.

Take some time to reflect on this question: What do you REALLY want? 

And let’s talk about it. This might be your best decision ever, even if we don’t end up working together.

Note: If your first reaction is “I don’t need help”, then it is probably a good indication that we would be a good fit. Because I don’t need help either (read: I am great at what I do and my ego doesn’t want to admit that someone can actually support me). And I have my own coach. 

“My life was at a crossroads and after 12 years at the Director level I was unsure with where to go next. Evan was able to help me discover what I truly thought was important through his thoughtful and inquisitive style. I found myself talking at length while Evan listened and then summed up five minutes of talking in a poignant and meaningful sentence or two. Evan is able to draw out what you think and feel and sharpen that to empower you to better decisions. I am happier and more motivated now than I have been in over a decade. Evan is truly gifted at what he does and when this gift is combined with his empathy and understanding it makes for a transformative experience that changed my life.”

Matthew S. Global Director

“Evan Bernache brought an incredible amount of wisdom and tactics to our cross country squad in the fall of 2018 as we prepared for the NCAA Championships.

His insight on the mental preparation and his ability to connect with our student athletes were huge assets in helping our team execute great races in our Championship run.

Evan’s willingness to search out the right path for each individual was huge in allowing each of our student athletes to have the opportunity to race to their full potential when it matter the most at the end of the season.

There is no doubt in my mind that Evan’s contributions to our individual student athletes had a direct impact in both of our teams winning the Mens’ and Women’s NCAA Cross Country Team Championship in Pittsburgh on December 1st, 2018.”

Jerry Baltes GVSU Athletics Head Coach- Track & Field/ X-Country 

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