#SashaTalks with Olga Kiendler, Rapid Transformational Coach and Therapist.
We don’t need years to understand ourselves and get rid of things that hold us back or stand in our way
I met Olga Kindler, I would have said by chance, but since I don’t believe in coincidences any longer -I can clearly say that I met her just at the right time, when I was ready to change. She impressed me with her humbleness and strength. She is an accomplished woman with a career many would love to have. She has lived on several continents and developed businesses for others and herself. She learned about Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) at a time when she was ready for change and included it in her coaching techniques.
Read on to find out about the OK Transformation program. You will find out how we can resolve certain issues we are facing and that we don’t need years to get rid of what is holding us back.
Olga, how did you decide to include Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) in your work?
Olga Kiendler: I first heard about RTT years ago in London. My friends recommended me the method because they know I like quick solutions that are lasting and credible. At the time, I really needed a software update. A lot of things had piled up and I was finding it increasingly harder to move through life with the same energy and enthusiasm. I noticed that I was holding myself back to a certain extent, and I didn’t understand why. I had always been successful in my pursuits, but as I moved forward, I started noticing an increasing anxiety that made me take wrong decisions in business and personal life. I was supposed to lead with fear and anxiety and make decisions that would affect many people – and that is not a good place to be. I was sufficiently self-aware to understand that I needed to change something, but I had no idea what or how.
I became interested in the method and started successfully using it, which resulted in both personal and professional advancement. Considering that 95% of our actions and reactions are rooted in the subconscious, and only 5% in the rational, I was curious when I saw how much the programs that guide us can affect our risk-taking propensity, magnitudes of fear that thwart us in both our personal and our professional paths, our insecurity, our lack of self-confidence. Programs in this sense refer to the beliefs and convictions that guide us. These are formed between the ages of two to ten, as well as throughout life by frequent repetition of situations and behaviours.
Our decisions are not only based on our technical knowledge and experience, but they also consist of subconscious programs that direct our lives. These programs guide us through both our personal and our professional lives.
When you hear, “Why do I keep attracting the same people and situations? Why do these things always happen to me?” Well, those are the programs in our subconscious mind that lead us to the things that we want to get rid of and we don’t know how.
I decided to make RTT a part of my professional life and fully committed myself to it. Since I was working in health management, it wasn’t hard to make the transition, which lasted around two years.
Today I work with individuals and groups, as well as with corporations.
Can you tell us a bit more about the RTT method?
Olga Kiendler: Rapid Transformational Therapy or RTT is a one-of-a-kind method that is centered around the unconventional notion that we don’t need years to understand ourselves and eliminate the things that bother us and hold us back. We have no awareness of the programs that guide us and shape our lives to an extent.
RTT uses tools unique to this method to detect, address, and eliminate the cause of an issue. It provides access to these subconscious programs. In a state of mild relaxation we can identify that same feeling, as well as the meaning that we once attributed to an event and buried it somewhere in our mind. This also explains why we now behave in certain ways, why we see things the way we do, and how we develop habits and even diseases.
Dr. Bruce Lipton and Dr. Joe Dispenza have already proven this, and Marisa Peer is the only one who has actually created a method that can be used in practice.
I was fascinated by the method. Our brain is the least explored part of the body, and as things stand, it is the source of many things, if not all.
For example, it’s interesting that lack of self-esteem can lead to fibromyalgia.
Bottling up emotions and words can cause a feeling of helplessness, and the feeling of helplessness can cause some other condition. I have seen, for example, obsessive compulsive behaviour and loss of voice when something needs to be said.
Many people are afraid of public appearance, or having group conversations, or even socializing in general. I often see people with fears, panic attacks, or hypochondria who are completely healthy living lives that are seemingly perfectly fine, and yet they don’t know what’s wrong or how to fix it. By pinpointing the programs and then deleting and reprogramming them, we come to the desired solution in a short time.
We all regularly update our computers, and similarly we as human beings cannot run on the same program all our lives. Every now and then we need updates, and that’s what RTT does. Think about it: Do you still benefit from or have use for some 20-year-old program or is it holding you back and standing in your way?
I think it’s high time we updated….
You were a student of Marisa Peer. Is there anything she told you that you will never forget?
Olga Kiendler: First we form our beliefs and convictions, and then they form us.
What can RTT help with?
Olga Kiendler: RTT has a broad variety of applications.
In addition to identifying the root cause of the things that are holding you back, and eliminating them, making the improvements that you want is also something that RTT can do for you.
RTT can help you eliminate fear, panic, phobias, bad habits, insecurities, and psychosomatic conditions. The change is evident after just one session, and the issue can be completely eliminated in up to five sessions. This method simply works.
Furthermore, RTT helps you boost your self-confidence, motivation, focus, focus, and mood, as well as reclaim your lost enthusiasm and radiance. After experiencing failures, RTT brings us back to life and keeps us from falling down or giving up.
The method is very popular in the corporate world. Google, IBM, Condé Nast, Ernst and Young, Disney, Marks&Spencer, and others have gladly added this method to their standard employee training.
You’ve been active internationally for many years with your OK Transformation program. Do you find that people are willing to change “their world” ? It seems like it’s easier for many people to assign the responsibility for their weaknesses and unfulfilled dreams to someone else.
Olga Kiendler: Yes, I agree that many people often attribute failure, pain, disappointment, and their own weakness to others or certain circumstances.
This is mostly the case with people who don’t believe or know that they hold within themselves all the power they need to change something.
I believe that we’re always responsible for our own actions, regardless of the outcome.
Our power is in our subconscious, and once we learn about its programs, we also learn why we react in certain ways or see things the way we do. If this is something that is getting in our way or holding us back, RTT is the right way to change it in a short time.
You hold an executive MBA from the prestigious London Business School and then you went on to study with Marisa. But you’re not done yet, now you’re enrolled in the Master program at the King’s College psychology and neuroscience of metal health. You have 22 years of experience and you lived and worked in Africa, EU, GB, the Middle East and the Balkan Region. How does all this wisdom, experience and knowledge align in one programme?
Olga Kiendler: 22 years of international experience combined with RTT and business knowledge, corporate insights and the rules of the mind a very powerful mix.
RTT is a ground-braking method. I have identified it as a revolutionary method suitable for working on both professional and personal level by aligning the mental and physical aspects, emotional and rational insights. I pair it up with acknowledged business school coaching systems, my own experience, and the latest trends in epigenetics and neuroscience. As I said, the brain is the least explored organ. This area is yet to show us ground-breaking innovation that will help us accelerate to the desired outcomes in terms of our health, our physical and mental conditions, as well as our mindset.
RTT is used in the business world. You’ve seen a lot of good results in working with corporations?
Olga Kiendler: RTT is my favourite in the business world because compared to other methods, the results are seen quickly. Business people generally want to get from point A to point B as soon as possible, and as painlessly and efficiently as possible. Stress management, procrastination, anger, yelling, rage, fear of public speaking, being part of a team — these are just some of the topics we cover.
Teams and groups use RTT to achieve better coherence, communication, and professional efficiency. RTT has proven to be particularly effective an boosting sales for sales teams, as well as for big teams that have frequent disagreements.
In the leadership and leaders arena, RTT delivers fantastic results. While you can perform technical things, some other things you have to embrace within yourself and be. RTT installs in our subconscious programs that guide us and we easily become what we want or need to be.
You also work with athletes?
Olga Kiendler: Yes, athletes are my favourite group, their results are visible in boosting physical performance and are measurable. RTT improves physical fitness, while also eliminating beliefs and convictions that prevent athletes from moving forward after failure and disappointment. It gives strength, motivation, concentration, focus, agility, and coordination. Wigan Athletic Football Club was the first football team to use this method and win.
How important is discipline when taking on RTT as clients?
Olga Kiendler: When you start a program, it’s important that you see it through in order for it to have a lasting effect. Programs run up to six months. It’s important that you do regular sessions and homework, which involves listening to an audio recording tailored and made for you specifically that helps you reprogram your old programs.
What are the most common convictions that stop us from living our best life?
Olga Kiendler: – I’m not good enough
– This isn’t available to me, or it’s not for me
– I don’t deserve it
– I’m not worthy of it
– I don’t belong
Why are so many people afraid of happiness?
Olga Kiendler: Many people don’t know to define happiness for themselves. It sounds contradictory, but what I mostly hear from my clients is that they are not happy because when something good happens, they actually try to run away from it to protect themselves against getting hurt. They are guided by the subconscious belief that happiness is not real and that even when they believe that they have found it, they have to protect themselves because they would either lose it, or it wouldn’t last, or they would be disappointed.