Category: Life Coaching

Live the Life You Want Today – Part 2

How do you create the life you want? As a spiritual life coach, I want to suggest that you start by living the life you want. What do I mean by that? I mean, that you don’t have to wait for the life you want—you can begin living it right now. As we continue this …

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Live the Life Your Want Today – Part 1

How do you create the life you want? As a spiritual life coach, I want to suggest that you start by living the life you want. What do I mean by that? I mean, that you don’t have to wait for the life you want—you can begin living it right now. Here are some steps …

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Work vs. Play

In speaking with a fellow coach recently, I was reminded of how many coaches think that marketing is too much work. This coach said that she hated to do marketing and her bank account reflected it! That is, she had run out of clients and money. If there’s any common theme among coaches—it’s that they …

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Video Tip: Confidence

Did you know that going to live events can be a powerful technique for building your confidence?  Find out how in this video tip.

Guest Post: How to Make Great Decisions with No Regret

By Rawa Alagha   You need to escape a maze that has 3 exit doors. Behind each, there’s a hazard but you need to go through one only to escape. The first has cutting lasers everywhere. The second has 3 deadly assassins, and the final has a hungry lion that hasn’t eaten in 3 months. …

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Guest Post: Lessons on Fear & Change from Mark Twain & My Ten Year Old Twins

By Tracy Kennedy   When I was 16, I decided to leave my small hometown of Beaverton, Oregon, where I’d lived since birth, to go overseas and study in New Zealand.   I have no idea how I made this decision, or why I wanted to leave home, but the idea quickly got legs and before …

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Guest Post: Emotions

By Richard Chan Emotions are owned by you they are not caused by an outside event as a lot of people believe. For example being cut up by a car, if there are two of you in the car one of you could express anger at the driver that just cut you up, whereas the …

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Guest Post: Negative Self-Talk

By Gabriela Eikeland Negative Self-Talk and its level of intensity: What are we focusing on ? Approximately 60,000 thoughts are running through our head on a daily basis (DeVillers, Julia. 2002), and even though we might have the tendency to put in a lot of energy interpreting and analyzing these thoughts – we often don’t …

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Video Tip: 3 Strategies for Lasting Change

We all make changes in our personal and business life because we want more fulfillment, happiness, success, and inner peace. But it’s not always easy to make those changes and it’s even harder to make the new change a habit so it will last. Here are 3 strategies for making lasting change in your life.

Guest Post: Balancing Your Life

By Aimee Reese We all agree that we should live balanced lives. We should never put too much emphasis on a single area of our life at the expense of others. For instance, one should never be too busy to laugh. That said, how exactly does one figure out when they need to balance their …

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