Insightful coaching for leadership, performance, transition and public speaking. Get support, tools and resources to gain confidence and accelerate your success.
Turn your ideas into presentations that captivate. “Your Presentation Blueprint” will help you create your unique message to inspire your audience.
Book Annette Lynch, beach volleyball Olympian, for speaking at your events and meetings. She will inspire your team to perform, excel and overcome obstacles to win in business and in life.
Follow the 8-step program to transition to “Success beyond Sport”. Discover how to retire from sport and keep winning.
If you are feeling Stuck in your career, your business or your life, then you are in the right place here.
You know you can do more with your life but it's not just happening for you.....yet. Either you are not sure how to change things around, or you do know what needs to be done and you are wary (or even fearful) of taking that next step.
Annette Lynch’s mission is to help athletes, leaders and speakers be game-changers themselves, arming them with confidence, skills and solutions to communicate and lead.
If you are looking to change careers, create positive change in your business and/or life, or to inspire others to change with your message then Annette can help you.
Annette is observant and listens to get to the core issue that can have the greatest impact on your results.
Focus on the solution rather than fixing a problem to get you out of your box.
Get the support and confidence boost in yourself and in your ideas to drive you forward.
It can be hard not to be influenced by life experiences, especially negative ones, and be led down a spiral of thoughts and emotions in response to those experiences. The game-changer is the one who can take charge of his/her emotions and use them to create the experience they desire. You get to experience what you focus[…]
I was chatting with someone during a strategy session and we came to discussing the hurdles we face as we chase our goals. These are the inevitable obstacles that get in the way and slow us down and cause some to even quit on their dreams. I started talking about embracing the hurdles and I got[…]
How can one be positive all the time when current life circumstances are so challenging? How can one be smiling and happy about problems? I’m going through my own share of challenges and someone told me to just ‘think positive’ – isn’t that what I teach? It is AND it isn’t. People can confuse ‘positive[…]
What do you need to win? Take on these attitudes of winner’s to get the results you want. Follow your passion Choose your path Be true to yourself Know what you want Embrace self-discovery Stand up for yourself and what you stand for Listen to your gut/intuition Stay focused on the outcome Learn from mistakes[…]
Every day you are served up with challenges and obstacles to overcome on your way to getting results – in business and in life. Sometimes these challenges are so easy they don’t feel like a challenge. That’s because they fall within your comfort zone and you know how to handle them. The challenges you are[…]
After a workshop the other day they asked for feedback to help the presenter improve his message and delivery. There were a few challenges that came up during the talk that could easily be solved early in the presentation with the set-up. When giving a presentation you want to make sure that everyone is engaged[…]
This year I was asked to mentor the speakers of TEDxYouth@Seabury Hall for the 2nd year in a row. The eleven youth were chosen through auditions and came from schools all over Maui. They spoke on topics ranging from social discrimination, feminism, asexuality and taking risks to finding one’s passion through art and self-expression. Speaking[…]
This month I spoke with Susan Salzbrenner about how to prepare for success beyond sport, with a focus on her audience of athletes playing abroad. From taking charge of your life (“As an athlete you take charge of your results, but now you need to take charge of your life”) to making it happen (“Taking[…]
I had an interesting discussion the other day, and it was one I had heard before. It’s the discussion about whether or not to hire a coach NOW, or wait until one is ready. People have different criteria for being ready. An obvious one is Financial, having the funds to invest in coaching or training. […]