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Law of Attraction Coach: Clarity & Vitality Nanette Geiger, Law of Attraction Coach and Law of Attraction Relationships expert, can help you strip yourself or self-limiting beliefs and emotions. She is the best-selling author of Create the Love of your Dreams, and has helped many people manifest happiness. Free teleseminars and videos are available, and also personal and group life coaching.

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Has anyone become a life coach successfully?

I am considering becoming a life coach on the advice of some friends I helped through a bad spot. The problem is, I’m not sure if one needs to be certified or if the certification programs are scams. Is anyone doing this for a living? What are some good programs to check out? (Yes, I appreciate the humor in asking for advice on life-coaching.)
Not to be rude to those entrepreneurial souls among us, but please don’t link me to some site you’re hawking which will not help me. I’m actually seeking information.
I’ve looked online; that’s where I see the certification courses. I just don’t know how reliable they are.

Danny Bonaduce on WYSP – 94.1 FM in Philadelphia – has a 15 minute a day Life Coach segment on his radio show – even has his own Theme song with a hard rock beat

very few people probably make a living – you have to be very charismatic, have to put a lot of time and money into having free seminars to convince people you might be able to help them – probably a degree in Psychology or something related would be standard or like Danny B – done everything worng in your life and know how to benefit from that knowledge ad help others

google for information – if there is any – it will be on the internet somewhere

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Benefits Of Out Of Body Experience

Out of body experience is a scientifically proved phenomenon which says human soul can body and can get back after an astral travel. It has roots in many religious doctrines and recently got scientific support. Its base lies in the theory; human body is constituted of two things, physical body and astral body.
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The Perfect Time: Coaching During an Economic Downturn

Most of us aren’t really old enough to remember the beginning of the Great Depression but we can certainly take the lessons learned from this period and apply them to economics, finances and, yes, even personal growth. Surprisingly, most businesses and individuals still don’t really understand this basic philosophy, and most certainly our government often doesn’t get it either – though a select few do.

Here is the simple and basic principle we can learn from the Great Depression and the leadership of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Save during boom, spend during bust.

What that means, put simply enough, is that when things are going well be conservative, keep to a plan, and save whatever you can and when things get difficult tap into that nest egg, take some calculated risks, and accelerate yourself out of the slump. It’s a basic and accepted economic principle that, unfortunately, most American’s in modern society just don’t get. More common practice in our debt-driven business mentality is “cut back when it’s tight and borrow when you’ve got money to make.” If you’re lucky enough, that second philosophy will see you through but it’s not the best policy according to most economists usually leads to an acceleration of the decline.

But that’s economics and we’re talking about personal and professional growth!

During an economic downturn people start to lose their jobs as businesses cut back (contrary to this lesson). When that happens the two most common courses of action, other than collect unemployment and look for a new job, are to 1) go back to school, and 2) start a new business. Now whether you still have a job, you’re looking for a new one, you’re in school or about to go back to school, are starting a new business or already own one, or you’re just ready to make big changes in your life – it’s time to apply the lessons of FDR.

The most successful businesses and individuals use this opportunity to fundamentally remake their image and products, improve skill sets, revise personal roadmaps, improve their core competencies and find new abilities. Why do they do this? Because everyone else is staying stationary or moving backwards and accelerating instead will only give them a wider advantage.

Personal and professional coaching is about creating advantage in your life. Whether it’s about doing better in your current job so you are more valuable, reassessing where your professional priorities and direction are, advancing your self-growth regimen, improving your relationships, developing new projects or businesses to implement, or just clarifying and focusing your critical life priorities – all of these are about creating advantage.

You can use this advantage to help yourself, help your family, help your company, or even to help your community. The more you are able to help yourself and others the more effective and supportive you become. As you spend this improvement outwards in your life you bring greater revitalization to everything you are involved in whether it’s work or every aspect of your personal life.

Now this is generally a good idea during every period of the economic cycle – but during a downturn it can mean the difference between falling behind, and catapulting ahead in your life! So where would you rather be – waiting to pull the lever of, or the flaming ball sitting in the launching pad of the catapult?

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Maximize Your Personal Growth By Having A Plan And Reflecting On And Celebrating Progress

It has been shown that people who are successful in becoming highly successful have several things in common. They have a vision and, they develop and then execute the plan. It doesn’t matter whether it is personal or career development that they are focusing on, all of these factors apply.


A typical plan will be 4 to 21 weeks in length. This depends on the level of change that is desired. Sometimes a person only wants to make minor changes or adjustments. This can usually be accomplished in a relatively short period of time. In other instances, there is a desire for greater change. This will be a longer more detailed process. Usually the first example is part of the second.


After you have gone through periods of personal growth and intense activity, you should devote some time reflecting on that experience and making a habit of your new skills. Below we will discuss several methods and activities that will be conducive to consolidating your gains and preparing you to move forward towards even greater growth.


Taking a week to reflect on progress that you have made after several weeks of working on personal growth is vital. You will begin to notice a change in your thoughts and behavior. This will continue to occur over the next several months and throughout the remainder of your life. Becoming self aware will allow you to adjust your thoughts and behaviors on the fly. This is not a skill that is automatic. You will have to make the effort and commitment to develop this skill through repetition.


Many times we continually focus only on what has not been accomplished. This is counterproductive. We should learn to celebrate the success and growth that we experience. Have a plan to reward yourself after each goal is accomplished or significant progress has been made. Don’t feel like you need to be humble during these times. Progress is something that can be difficult and should be acknowledged and celebrated as it occurs.


There are going to be areas that do not improve as quickly as others. These are opportunities for learning. This may mean a change in how we approach certain things. Sometimes it may mean that we should focus on our areas of strength and delegate other things. Some things can’t be delegated and so being aware will help us improve.


Identifying what these areas are and how they should be approached. Why is this area lagging? What emotions are brought up when you think of these areas? Do you feel energy when working on this area or does it drain you? Whether or not this is a personal growth or career development area is important. Personal growth can’t be delegated some things in career development can be. Having the courage to set aside an area for a period of time can be important. It is not a failure to come back to an issue after working on other areas.


Having a vision is an integral part of the process. I always start with the end in mind. What would things look like in a perfect world? Create a vision without limitations. If everything went perfect for you what would the world look like? If you could exhibit every trait or characteristic that you would want what to exhibit what would those be? This is the vision that will help drive your plan for success. As you move forward, revisit this vision often. Does it still look the way you would want or has it changed. Don’t be afraid to adjust. When we make intense personal or career changes, sometimes things that we never thought possible become attainable.


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How to Get Out of Our Own Way Utilizing the Wisdom of the Tao

Getting out of our own way utilizing the wisdom of the Tao Te Ching. Dr. Jeanine discusses how we can stop resisting and starting moving with The Tao (the way).

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Life Coach – Personal Development Tutor

As the world becomes increasingly complex people are looking for help. Professional athletes use a coach and you should to. This article discusses what a personal development or life coach does. There are also resource links at the bottom of the article.

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You will see plenty of ads on websites and in print about life, business and personal development coaches. The question is how do you pick from all of the options. Here are somethings that you should consider.

1. Think about what you want to accomplish. – What do you want this coach to help you do? There are many different things that a person can want to get out of working with a coach. Think about this ahead of time and then discuss with your potential coach. The coach should help you clarify your goals or wants.

2. Look at styles – Different coaches have styles and no one coach will fit all people. Talk about how the coach likes to work with their clients. If their style does not seem to fit with you discuss it with them. They might have specific reasons for what they do that you will agree with. Another possibility is that their style does not fit you. In this case, feel free to shop around.

3. Talk about budget but understand nothing is free – Ask the coach what they typically charge and what is included for that price. Discuss if that does or does not fit your personal budget. If not ask if they have any thing that could be taken out of the package or if fewer sessions would help. Realize that the coaches time is valuable

4. Get referrals – Ask for current clients or check with friends or co workers if they had experience worked with a coach. Talking to others will help.


Take the time to do your research and find a coach that fits your style and needs.






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A Life Coach Less Ordinary Introduction

A TV series following eccentric life coaches Nik and Eva Speakman as they try to change the lives of Compulsive Cleaners, Hair Pullers, Gamblers and Arachnophobes amongst others!

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How To Make Decisions – Life Coaching

How to know the difference between making decisions vs owning decisions. See how this very simple practice can be so effective in reaching your full potential.

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