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To quote Bill Gates, “Everybody needs a Coach.” He’s right, we all can use some support and guidance from a professional coach to help us manage our busy lives, make smart choices, and encourage us to stay on track and see things through.

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Like most coaches, I love this work. It’s exciting to be part of someone’s self-discovery and life journey with all it has to offer. Regardless of your situation or circumstances, your life is full of possibilities and you’re full of potential. For me, helping others reach out and tap into their potential by discovering their possibilities is really, what drives my personal satisfaction. To decipher what you want and put it into action – that’s astounding, don’t you think?

If you are looking for a coach, a quick browser search will turn up some candidates. There isn’t a national coaching certification system but I think it is coming. Until then, training does make a difference. I trained and received my certification through the Health Coach Institute, an internationally recognized premier school.

In addition, working in the business world for forty plus years gives me a vast background in management, leadership, performance, sales, finance, and team building.

Having a rich range of experience and training has well prepared me for being a coach. I answer questions about life, relationships, sex, diet, and stress on Quora. I just went over 100 thousand reads of my answers according to Quora who tracks these things.

I wanted to help people improve their health and lives, this was the best opportunity for me to apply my knowledge by going back to school and getting my certification.

On a personal note, I am a big guy. For years I was on rollercoaster diet plans but as I aged it seemed as if the weight went on faster and it took longer to lose it. I wanted to improve my health and to do so took the knowledge I learned in my coursework and dedication to getting on a much healthier track. I have lost 65 pounds and still have a few more to go but it is staying off which is a true blessing.

If you are looking for a coach, a quick browser search will turn up some candidates. There isn’t a national coaching certification system but I think it is coming. Until then, training does make a difference. I trained and received my certification through the Health Coach Institute, an internationally recognized premier school.

In addition, working in the business world for forty plus years gives me a vast background in management, leadership, performance, sales, finance, and team building. I use these skills to work with businesses and business owners to maximize their potential.

Having a rich range of experience and training has well prepared me for being a coach. In the spirit of giving back, I answer questions about life, relationships, sex, diet, and stress on Quora an online service. I just went over 100 thousand reads of my answers according to Quora who tracks these things.

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