How to Quickly Build Your Coaching Business to Six Figures

How to Quickly Build Your Coaching Business to Six Figures

There are three keys to getting your business on the fast-track to six-figures and start making over $10k every month…and you don’t have to wait.

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Demystifying Meditation

Demystifying Meditation

One of the more mysterious aspects of Yoga is meditation. It is considered one of the final limbs of a Yoga practice.  Most people think meditation is about sitting still in the same spot and breathing without movement or thought. Although that is true in some cases, that level of...

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Training for Purpose

Training for Purpose

The purpose of training is that it helps you gain the qualifications, knowledge and skills in a particular area of interest.
As an athlete, do your own research when choosing a coach/team. Anyone can direct you on where to go and give you advice as an outsider. Just remember, the person who knows where you lack/gain the most, is yourself! Be a leader, not a follower.

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Five Tips for Using Behavior Assessments in Your Sales Funnel

Five Tips for Using Behavior Assessments in Your Sales Funnel

When your business is better aligned with your values, natural behaviors and personal motivators, you are more likely to take action…and have more fun! If you’re looking to grow your business and gain new customers, or if you’re looking to motivate your sales team, Assessment are a quick and easy way to get results.

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Intentional Living

Intentional Living

Yesterday I had the pleasure of meeting a 58-year-old woman who said to me, “I did a stint at the Omega Institute back in 2010 and that’s when I started the journey of Intentional Living.” ….how perfect of a way to so accurately describe how I have lived my life the past 21 years. I personally started this journey back in 1996, when I bought a book titled, The Empowered Mind by Gini Graham Scott

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The Labyrinth

The Labyrinth

Have you ever walked a labyrinth? I hadn’t until last year. Some of my very successful friends had told me what a wonderful experience it was, but I had my doubts. None-the-less there was a labyrinth on the grounds of the mountain retreat where I was staying. So I decided to give it a try.

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Coaching Yourself out of Pain?

Coaching Yourself out of Pain?

As a physical therapist and spiritual life coach, coaching someone in pain presents some challenges. Communication becomes a critical factor as pain sensations are often tied to emotional stories and feelings of loss. Chronic pain is more about how the brain perceives the threat then the actual painful body part.

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Who is Calling the Shots in Lacrosse

Who is Calling the Shots in Lacrosse

Lacrosse is the fastest growing game in the United States as one might notice with the subtle reminders of lacrosse goals in the yards of many local schools and homes. While popularity grows one key factor that is being lost amongst growing the game is the inadequate training of officials. Those who call the shots during competition will undoubtedly effect the ability for coaches to coach a good game and teach rules to players.

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Tears to Triumph

Tears to Triumph

My thirteen year old daughter is nothing shy of brilliant. She is also smart; on the honor roll, A student, in short, a teacher’s dream. Yet despite her outward appearance of academic perfection, she has her struggles.

This year she is in Math 1. This means although she is yet in 7th grade middle school, her math class is at the high school level. Now proudly I was a pretty good student myself but 20 some years later I must admit I’ve completely forgot about inequality equations.

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Mind Over Matter… How Our Mental State Creates Our Lives

Mind Over Matter… How Our Mental State Creates Our Lives

Recently a friend of mine, who is 84 years old, crashed one of his planes and walked away with minimal injuries, just a few scratches on his nose!

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