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What’s Done is Done: Look Ahead!

What’s Done is Done: Look Ahead!

As a coach, my goal is to help my clients future to be better. I want them to grow, to travel beyond where they are now, and to always be moving forward. The biggest challenge I find with helping people is….

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Why Lifeonaire Coaching Works

Why Lifeonaire Coaching Works

On two occasions in the past month, I attempted to share everything I know about running a successful coaching business. We called these events “the Coaches Intensive.” There are a few things I realized about coaching while teaching at the intensives, and I want to share them with you….

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Summer Time

Summer Time

Summer is here again. For some of us, it’s a very exciting time. It means getting outside or planning family vacations. But for some of us….

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Is Technology Good or Bad?

Is Technology Good or Bad?

Technology is everywhere. If you’re reading this, you’re exposed to some of the latest.It's undoubtedly a good thing on many levels. But I think that we can all agree that there are instances where technology is not such a good thing.I’ve been criticized for my...

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Pour It Out

Pour It Out

Last year, I released an article called "Throw Away the Lid" about treating your life like a vessel, ready for abundance. This one is a bit of a play on that, but I’m going to focus more on the times when you’re feeling empty, like when you have nothing to give, or...

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Leave an Estate

Leave an Estate

Over the years, I’ve coached many people. And during this time, I’ve evolved more into wanting to know everyone’s “why” rather than just teaching them a method or technique to do something better (ie: real estate flipping).As I ask for “whys”, one…

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Working Hard vs. Working Smart

Working Hard vs. Working Smart

t Lifeonaire we often talk about working. During these discussions, phrases like  "working hard,"  "working smart,"  "working a lot,"  and  "being lazy"  come up.When I started my business, I was prepared to give it my all. I’d always heard that...

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