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Dani Johnson Business Success Coach – Testimonials from LA

There are many people involved in the realm of business coaching. Make sure and do your homework prior to hiring or retaining a business coach. Finding the correct business coach is a process. Do not rush into any relationship with a coach.

 

Applied Creative Evolution Business Coach

Applied Creative Evolution Business Coach

 

Dani Johnson, international sought after success coach to thousands in man industries. Hear the stories of lives that have been im Dani Johnson, international sought after success coach to thousands in man industries. Hear the stories of lives that have been impacted through her training. This video was shot in Los Angeles, CA

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Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by mark - December 30, 2013 at 2:49 pm

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What kinds of personal motivations work for an individual’s rehabilitation? Can a person be rehabilitated agai?

What kinds of personal motivations work for an individual’s rehabilitation? Can a person be rehabilitated against their will?

I’d recommend looking into http://www.unityrehab.com. They’re highly recommended nationwide and have such a great reputation. They specialize in holistic and spiritual treatments, along with a 12 step program. If you feel personally that you may need help due to a particular drug related situation or addiction related situation then I’d say its worth your time to look into Unity Rehab. They’re the best around.

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by mark - December 29, 2013 at 2:35 pm

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Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by mark - December 26, 2013 at 1:35 pm

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can perfect conditioning be key to success in mma fights?

my friends have said to me that fedor emelianenko(pride heavyweight cahmpion), success was mainly because of his perfect conditioning, he never gets tired in fights and he has skills too, and my muay thai coach said that most pro mma fighters lose fights due to poor conditioning, is this true?

It’s BOTH AND. If you don’t have skills, you’re going to get spanked right off. If you’re not in good shape, you’re going to get spanked a few minutes later. Winners have both.

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by mark - December 25, 2013 at 12:40 pm

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How can I train for boxing?

There are two reasons why I want to train for boxing at home. One, I am out of shape. I weigh 165 pounds; though some of it is muscle. I want to get in shape, so at least I can be ready for the training the coach will give me. The second reason is I might not have the time for boxing. School is getting near soon and I plan on studying really hard, while training at home. Well, if I actually train in a gym and I can’t go to a class I don’t want to be questioned why I couldn’t be there. To me it kind of gets awkward.

Before any of you suggest purchasing a punching bag; I have to tell you something. I cannot afford a punching bag, because I had to buy new stuff for the new school year. I had to buy clothes, shoes, tools, etc. I don’t have anywhere in the house to put one. The garage is filled with a car and cabinets. My room is not big, I have no basement, and my step-father will not let me put it in the attic.

Now that I told some facts of my life story I wanted to ask what can I do to train for boxing? I’m planning to buy some gear to spar with a few friends.

make you own home gym get a punching bag not to pricey do push ups and lift weights if your dad has them

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by mark - December 24, 2013 at 12:33 pm

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Are You Using Goal Setting The Right Way?

Setting goals is an important part of life, if you never have a goal to work towards then how do you know how much progress you are making? So goals help you see how much progress you are making, which then motivates you (if you are making progress that is!) to put in more effort and get more results, and it is also a good way to keep track if you are not making the progress you want to, then you can take steps to correct that.

Lots of people think that goal setting is just something you do at work, but that is not true at all. You can set weight loss goals, goals for paying off debts even goals to watch a set amount of your favorite teams matches each year, they all help you in their own way.

Below are three tips to help you start using goals to improve your life:

Don’t jump in too quickly: Some people who read the above will get all excited about setting goals and immediately go and set 10 different goals for areas of their life, the problem with that is they will be hard to manage and you may end up getting frustrated and giving up on them all. The better way to go about it is to pick just one goal you are passionate about achieving, then set out to do that. Once you achieve it you will have more experience and you will know what to expect.

Make sure you have smaller goals too: Don’t set goals which are too far in the future or too large, if you set a goal to lose 5 stone then suddenly it seems like a massive task and even though you are making progress then the end still seems really far away. If you set lots of small goals instead like losing 5 pounds, then a stone, then 2 stone etc until you reach your large goal, then suddenly you are achieving your goals and that feels good so you keep going.

Reward your goal completion: There is nothing worse than achieving a big goal and having nothing happen, no fanfare, just a pat on the back from yourself. Of course you should have the end result as the reward, which might be being 3 stone slimmer, or paying off all your debts, but having an extra reward really helps to sweeten the victory and make you push harder too.

So say you are planning to get a new DVD player, then instead of just buying it now you can make that the reward for completing you goal. Or you could make it something more relevant like if your goal is to lose weight then when you do hit your target you get to go on a 500 dollar spending spree on new clothes.

If your biggest goal is to get fit and healthy (which for most people it is) then check out this Burn The Fat Feed The Muscle review for details of a guide that can help you out.

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by Staff Writer - December 20, 2013 at 11:35 am

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How to Keep Pumping That Positive Iron

As you come to the end of your daily positive thinking workout, look back and reflect on your progress. Was there anything that seemed easier to you? Were you able to find a faster solution to a problem that would have ordinarily eaten up a lot of time in worrying? Do you feel more relaxed and ready to try again tomorrow?

Congratulate yourself on your victories. By reinforcing your accomplishments, you help to firm the foundation of your new positive mindset and lay the groundwork for your success. Every positive thought brings you one step closer to your ultimate goal. You will soon realize that you can do this, and you will have much greater enthusiasm as you proceed.

Now that you’ve planted the seeds for positive thinking, the next step is to learn how to care for your mental garden. In the next section you will discover the fuel you need to nurture your seeds and coax new shoots from the soil of your mind. Meanwhile, keep pumping that positive thinking iron!

Ask any business owner and you’ll find out that rewards are one of the most powerful motivators. People are more willing to work toward a goal when they know they will get something out of it at the end. Since your boss probably won’t reward you for losing weight or remodeling your bathroom, you can plan to give yourself a reward when you meet a given goal.

When selecting self-rewards, be sure to match them to your goals. This will not only ensure you don’t get tired of the same reward, but will also help you when you’re planning the strategies you’ll use to accomplish your aims. For example, if you’d like to spend less time watching television and more time outside or with your family, you can reward yourself with a trip to the theater to see a great movie. If you’re planning to quit smoking, part of your strategy could be to set aside some of the money you’ll save by not buying cigarettes and get yourself a new outfit, or something you’ve had your eye on for a while but haven’t been able to afford.

Some goals come with intrinsic rewards already built in, yours for the claiming when you reach your objective. For example, if you’re going to start your own business, you already know you’ll be rewarded by working for yourself, possibly even by working out of your home. Whether you’re working for an intrinsic reward or providing yourself with an incentive, treating yourself is a great way to generate enthusiasm for the task at hand.

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Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by mark - December 18, 2013 at 10:49 am

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Whole Life Coaching with Energy Therapy Talk by Donna Burick – Part 2 of 3

http://www.WholeLifeCoachingEnergyTherapy.com FREE Insiders Secrets to Healthier, Happier Living. Donna is a Whole Life Coach and Energy Therapist. This unique fusion helps you uncover and remove conscious and subconscious blocks so your transformations are quick and easy. Please stop by http://www.WholeLifeCoachingEnergyTherapy.com and learn what this powerful combination can do for you.
Here is a sampling of topics that might be covered in your session:
Alternative Healing Practices
Life Coaching
Whole Life Coaching
Holistic Coaching
BodyTalk System
Intentional Cuisine
Motivation
Inspiration
Time Management
More Abundance
Increasing Your Money
Law of Attraction (LOA)
Advice
Community
Dating
Relationships
Wisdom
Boundaries
Communication Skills
Spirituality Coaching
Meditation
Matrix Energetics
Clutter Coaching
Organization
Transition
Change
Divorce
Family Issues
Health
Healing
Energy_Therapy_Healing
Life Coach
Weight Loss
Womens_Issues
Mid_Life_Issues
Diet
Lifestyle
Wealth
Guidance
Positive_Thinking
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Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by mark - December 17, 2013 at 10:28 am

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Paradigm Shift and the Coaching Industry

Life coaching is changing – every coach needs to embrace the internet, check out why

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Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by mark - December 14, 2013 at 9:38 am

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Have you ever hired a personal trainer to work w/you at home for motivation??


no. i just ended up being distracted at home.. i found out that working out at the gym suits me best

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by mark - December 13, 2013 at 9:31 am

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