Mike Weeks trains people to reprogram their brains and behaviors so that they can change their lives. He’s anti therapist/guru/sympathiser and insists that anyone can change in a very short time, with the right coaching.
He’s been one of the UK’s leading coaches for eleven years, often on TV, where his successes have been viewed in 148 countries.
Mike has a client base that ranges from Billionaire business owners through to homeless teenagers (at times coached in the same session). He prefers working with really out-there and difficult clients, like Haitian earthquake victims or Russian crack addicts. He regularly gets called upon to work with sports stars and celebrities and the odd member of royalty. He’s the guy who get’s the call when things are going wrong and careers or big money are at stake.
For nine years, Mike travelled the world as a rock climber, often hanging out without ropes, hundreds of metres above the ground, and risking his life on many of the most dangerous climbs around.
To go climbing was a choice he made over taking a formal education. He’s convinced that his ability to help others transform is, in- part, directly related to his experiences on the rock.
The other ‘part’ in Mike’s education, has been with his long-standing friendship with Dr John Grinder, the co-creator of NLP.
Mike modeled Grinder on and off over the last seven years whilst working with clients who were written off as ‘impossible to change’ . Those are now precisely the people who Mike and his coaching team actively seek to work with.
After Mike finished filming the hit TV series, ‘Jack Osbourne, Adrenline Junkie’, he lived in the Amazon for a while, learning indigenous shamanic practices and drinking large amounts of herbal potions. Later, he ran workshops in the jungle that combined shamanism and modern psychology practices, only to realize that it wasn’t necessary to blow smoke on people, drink vile herbs and sleep in filthy hammocks to create personal transformations.
So now he runs life-changing workshops in more beautiful locations around the world.
Mike’s current focus for his coaching team is assisting businesses to create contexts for high performance and creative thinking, as well as providing the most effective processes to be used within companies of all sizes and styles.
Mike also works with a small number of individuals each week who are unable to find solutions to their problems in the medical or therapeautic fields.
Mike’s clear that he’s a fully addicted experience Junkie.
Some of those experiences include running the Marathon Des Sables, free diving through inescapable underwater caves in Belize, training with professional kick boxers in Thailand, living in numerous wild places, jumping out of too many perfectly good aeroplanes, climbing thousands of rock faces across the globe, an iced waterfall or two, and assisting people from multiple cultures with just about any and every problem you can think of.
Mike is currently writing a book on change techniques, creating an entirely new training and certification program, working with a number of NGO’s and most importantly, spending as much time as possible with his son, ‘Iggy’, who without doubt, is his greatest success to date.