Tag Archive: self-worth

May 25

Guest Post: If Nothing Changes, Nothing Changes…

By Lily-Ann MacDonald As we go about our Life each day, most of us will at some point come across situations that require us to accept change – whether in our job, in our health, in our relationships with family or friends, in our finances … or in almost any other aspect of Life one …

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Oct 20

Guest Post: Finding Your Own Refuge

By Tori Michaels FROM THE COACH: “FINDING YOUR OWN REFUGE” Lately, I have found myself aware of people around me who are trying to navigate the often turbulent waters of life without much of a refuge. They hang onto their pain, resentments and problems with a strength that is all consuming. They seem to feel …

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Jan 26

Why “Not-Enough-Clients” Is Not the Problem: Part 1

Almost every life coach I talk to admits that the biggest problem or obstacle they face in their business is not enough clients. But “not-enough-clients” is the RESULT of the problem, not the problem. I would like to propose that the problem is something much deeper.  And it has to do with basic self-worth, self-esteem, …

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