Life Coaching: The Accelerated Path to Creating a Life You Love

by Christy Whitman

How much success could a professional athlete expect to realize without the benefit of a coach to support them?

In sports and in life, the role of a coach is to hold firmly to the vision of a desired result, even when the client’s current circumstances do not yet show evidence of it. A […]

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I Moved My Own Cheese

By MaryEllen Tribby

“I don’t understand, if it ain’t broke – why fix it?” Dan asked.  We were on our weekly Q&A call with the elite members of our latest session of Inbox Empire.

I could feel the anticipation from the other members when Dan asked this question.  In fact, the gasps, from the nearly 100 folks […]

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Your “It” Factor Sets You Apart From All the Rest

by Christy Whitman

Right now there are over 30,000 men and women earning a lucrative living as life coaches – and this number is growing by the day.

Whether clients seek us out to fast track their careers, create greater intimacy in their relationships, become more effective parents, or increase their overall sense of happiness and well […]

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Are You Serious Enough?

by MaryEllen Tribby

I have always been serious about my fitness and health. I would eat right and work out. Yet, I would see little or no actual results in my physical appearance other than weight loss.

I did not see the shape of my body change. I did not gain a lot of strength or flexibility.

So […]

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No More Freebies

Today’s audio diary is called No More Freebies.

As your business grows and as you get more successful, you will undoubtedly have people say to you, “Oh I’d love to take you out for coffee and pick your brain.” Or, “Could we have lunch so we can discuss business?”

And what this is code for is ‘can […]

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January 2013

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Stop Breast Cancer In It’s Tracks

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. My heart goes out to all the courageous women battling this horrible disease. I only know what it is like to have a breast cancer scare. The three weeks that it took to determine that I did indeed dodge this bullet were terrifying. So I asked Working Moms Only expert contributor Dr. Sears to write a very special issue to help woman worldwide combat this disease

Are You Engaged … or Exhausted?

I have heard from many community members lately expressing their exhaustion and the affect it has on their business. Today’s Working Moms Only expert contributor Greg Habstritt shares the best way to turn that exhaustion into engagement

I've failed before, why won't it happen again?

If you are holding tight to past failures, you are most likely missing out on future successes. In today’s main essay Working Moms Only expert contributor PJ McClure shows you how to let go and experience more success

It’s My Birthday: A Time to Reflect

I love my birthday. Not because of the gifts, parties and fuss. But because of the knowledge I gain each year. As we age we gain so much clarity and our priorities are seamless. In today’s main essay I share a major success factor and how it can help you