Fear and Calm can Co-Exist

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Fear and Calm can Co-Exist

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Fear and Calm can Co-Exist

“If you don’t hold the fear lovingly, it will follow you.” Martha Beck

A few weeks ago, I wrapped up my Master Coach training with Martha Beck. The opportunity to be coached by Martha over several days on her ranch was an experience that will remain with me for a long, long time.

For those of you that don’t know her, she’s been a Life Coach since before there was any such thing as a Life Coach, authored several best-selling books and has been writing a featured column in O Magazine for decades.

But the thing that is so ...continue reading...

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5 Powerful Lessons about Healing a Broken Heart

“God pulls us through life by the heart.” Martha Beck

As I’ve been building my life coaching practice, I’ve become very clear on who it is I want to serve. The truth is that the people I can help the most are people who are going through something in their lives that I’ve also experienced and come through myself.

That’s why I have a special place in my heart for people who are healing a broken heart.

I have had my heart broken and I have broken hearts – both experiences sucked (quite frankly!). I got emotionally lost for a bit, ...continue reading...

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Authenticity & an Aspiring Life Coach

“Do you have the courage to stand inside yourself and be who you really are?”  Oprah Winfrey

I had the absolute pleasure of being able to train this week with the best life coaches in the world, including arguably the most successful life coach there is – Martha Beck. I was inspired and challenged, encouraged and motivated. I gained insight from life coaches that have been helping people live out loud for more than 10 years. It was, in a word: amazing.

One of my takeaways from the training was the reminder that it’s important as coaches that we ...continue reading...

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  1. Beautiful. Wonderfully presented and said.

    by Cindy Snyder on March 27th, 2014 at 10:48 pm
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Your Spring Will Come

“As any good Buddhist will tell you, the only way to find permanent joy is by embracing the fact that nothing is permanent.”  Martha Beck, Finding Your Own North Star

If you live anywhere in the US besides Florida, Arizona, California and Hawaii, you too have likely had an unbearable winter. We’re now here in March and I can tell you everyone in Ohio is ready for spring. As I sit here, it is sunny and 60 degrees; but tomorrow we’re expected to get more snow and the temperature will drop to 23 degrees. It’s almost the only thing ...continue reading...

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Our Path to Freedom

“The sweeter you are to yourself, the sweeter you will be to the world.” Sharon Pope

A few months ago, I read a life coaching inquiry by someone named Amy that said, “I’ve tried yoga, but I found myself crying at the end of each yoga practice, so I don’t want to do that anymore.” When you get in touch with your breath – the way you do in yoga, the way a singer loosens up their vocal cords, the way dancers or actors do before going on stage – you cannot hide your emotions. Breathing brings all of ...continue reading...

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