Tag: inspiration

Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

Recently, I picked up a used copy of Tony Robbins’ second book, “Awaken the Giant Within” and I must say—what a wealth of information is in it! In fact, I devoured in a week and am reading it for a second time. His six points on harnessing the power of decisions are so enlightening that …

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Why Not-Enough-Clients is Not the Problem-Part3

Almost every life coach I talk to admits that the biggest problem or obstacle they face in their business is not enough clients. And I think it’s safe to say that most entrepreneurs feel the same way. But “not-enough-clients” is not the problem, but is the RESULT of the problem. I would like to propose …

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Why Not Enough Clients Is Not the Problem: Part 2

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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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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Five Ways Hand Analysis Can Align Business Purpose Create Amazing Results Clients Make Money

As a heart Centered Coach you long to serve where,” Your deepest gladness and the world’s hunger meet.  You want your life and business to reflect your deepest soul aspiration and open possibilities to facilitate transformation by helping your clients live by theirs.  Hand Analysis is a short cut to discover your unique life purpose …

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What if you think you can?

Tony Robbins says that the difference between successful and unsuccessful people is in the questions they ask themselves. Successful people ask empowering questions, and unsuccessful people ask non-empowering questions. Why is this important to know? Because, this means that you have the power to overcome any obstacle in your life. What happens to most people …

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Success Strategies Masterclass

This week, the IAPLC Masterclass on Thursday, Nov. 7 at 12 noon ET, is called: “Top 5 Secrets for Creating Lasting, Consistent Success, More Money and Making a Bigger Difference in the World!” presented by Nachhi Randhawa. Nachhi is an intuitive business and money coach who is devoted to helping heart-centered entrepreneurs with stepping into …

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Laughter is the Best Medicine

One of my favorite childhood books was the Mary Poppins episode where she took Jane and Michael to visit her Uncle who laughed so hard that he floated up to the ceiling and they did with him. I thought that was so cool! Then when the movie “Mary Poppins” came out I was delighted to …

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Heart’s Desire Goals Can Be Realistic Too

Goal-setting seems to be a hot topic right now, especially at the beginning of the year. Recently I posted a blog about choosing heart’s desires goals versus realistic goals and received over 100 responses on LinkedIn regarding that subject. The main consensus was that they need to be a little of both. When you are …

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The Glory of Trees

My recent trip to the Redwoods was part of the best vacation I’ve ever had. There’s something about big, ancient trees that inspire awe like nothing else. In one of California’s state parks, you can walk, drive through, or camp in the Redwoods. The average age of the Redwoods there is about 500 years old, …

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