I am amazed at the accuracy of my handwriting analysis. Your intuitive ability makes it that much more insightful. I am impressed and certainly look forward to reading your book. (Broadcast journalist, radio and TV presenter, therapist, and trauma counsellor)
Zaid brings to light so many important themes that influence our lives daily.
During my very first session with Coach Zaid, I had an unexpected breakthrough for my mindset. I’ll never forget this intense realization!
The wisdom in your words come from a place deep within you and your ability to find light in dark places is remarkable.
You giving it to us, owning our shit. Making me realise what my worth is. (In response to a mental health online forum moderated by Zaid Ismail)
You created a space where we could open up on suppressed thoughts.
I used to lack self esteem. I used to lack a lot actually. So thank you Zaid Ismail for assisting me in getting a confidence boost like no other.
I love how you talk about things many would not do willingly and in the interim reducing the stigma somewhat. This group has become part of our lives. Keep on doing what you doing coach. (In response to a mental health online forum moderated by Zaid Ismail)
Coach, you are a joy to behold – light, curiosity, mischief and kindness always shining through your face.
I’m not a big fan of the term self-help with it’s negative connotation of pop psychology and new age gobbledygook. Or more accurately I wasn’t until I had the good fortune of discovering Zaid Ismail and his first book, The Egosystem.
I loved your book. It was an absolute pleasure to read. I go back to it from time to time, to steal quotes and pretend that they’re mine. 🙂
Zaid is a Dr Phil and Steve Harvey hybrid on steroids.
I found that in many instances the book was speaking to me as I found myself reading certain passages over and over again because I could relate to it in so many ways.
I read the Prologue and the first chapter! I am very intrigued!! I could not stop nodding my head reading it. It’s a very self-aware view of things. But I can’t stop laughing reading your book. But in a good way! “Do not confuse mindfulness with meditation or reflection. They are each unique in their […]