To make it easier to receive coaching help, I’ve researched coaches who provide telephone and virtual coaching for greater productivity. In this article, you can learn more about Mario Tabone, founder and coach at 6S Coach Mario.
Productivity Coaches don’t provide medical advice, and you should always consult a psychiatrist for diagnosis and treatment. However, working with a coach like Mario can help you improve areas of your life.
Over the last 25 years, Mario Tabone has helped hundreds of people achieve greater success in their lives. Mario is the founder and coach at 6S Coach Mario, where he shares practical steps on many aspects of life and work from improving your daily routines to working towards your long-term goals.
Mario delivers straightforward, actionable advice in what he descibes as a ‘no-bull’ approach. In addition to helping his clients create better habits and more effective routines, Mario helps them improve their communication skills, relationships, behaviour, finances, and more.
Based in South Melbourne, he provides online coaching, mentoring, ebooks and ecourses to people of all levels all over the world. He is certified as a Master Life Coach, Business Coach, Body Language Expert, NLP & Hypnotherapy Practitioner, Public Speaker and Communication Trainer.
Mario has written a number of helpful eBooks for people who want to learn more about turning their hobby into a source of income, working from home, and how to survive as a individual entrepreneur or solopreneur. To learn more about his services, please visit: 6sCoachMario.com.
Dr Mahendra Perera is a General Psychiatrist who treats adult patients in Melbourne, Australia. Dr Perera has specific interests in ADHD, Mood Disorders and Addiction. In addition working with his patients, he has also contributed to research across a number of specialties and helped many young doctors make their way in the medical field. Learn more about Dr Perera.
Please note: Dr Perera has no financial arrangement with any of the providers listed on the site. These resources are provided as a courtesy to patients, and are not intended as a recommendation or endorsement.