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Life Coaching Castle Rock CO

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Suttle Tamara G Med Lpc
(303) 660-4989
6222 Lancaster Ave
Castle Rock, CO
Life Coach, Psychologist

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Colorado Spirit Coaches Assoc
(303) 840-4287
10615 Sedgewick Way
Parker, CO
Life Coach

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Promoting Sexy Women
(306) 461-5677
365 Inverness Pkwy
Englewood, CO
Life Coach

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Empowerment Systems
(303) 794-5379
506 W Davies Way
Littleton, CO
Life Coach, Psychologist

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Fall River Consulting Group
(303) 369-3200
3090 S Jamaica CT
Aurora, CO
Life Coach, Psychologist

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Faber Communications
(720) 851-5208
6180 N Wilder CT
Parker, CO
Life Coach

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(720) 279-2390
10475 Park Meadows Dr Ste 600
Lone Tree, CO
Life Coach

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Diane Wirkus
(720) 209-6870
Larkspur, CO
Coaching Types
Life, Family, Business

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Surgone Pc
(303) 957-1310
3333 S Bannock St
Englewood, CO
Life Coach, Osteopath (DO)

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Sarah James
(303) 900-7142
Sarah James, LLC9220 Teddy Lane Suite 1400
Lone Tree, CO
Life Coaching, Trauma and PTSD, Anxiety or Fears
School: University of Denver
Year of Graduation: 2006
Years In Practice: 5 Years
Patient Info
Ethnicity: Any
Gender: All
Age: Adolescents / Teenagers (14 to 19),Adults,Elders (65+)
Average Cost
$120 - $130
Payment Methods
Sliding Scale: No
Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
Accepted Insurance Plans: Out-of-network provider

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Healthy Living Is a Prerequisite for Success

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July 22nd, 2011 admin | 1 Comment »


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Nearly 300 years ago, a British physician, preacher and intellectual by the name of Thomas Fuller said, “Health is not valued till sickness comes.”

Such sage historical wisdom still holds true today. Those who hope to achieve the highest heights in the 21st Century economy need to take care of something as simple as personal health. Making a commitment to healthy living is a prerequisite for success. But it’s not only physical health that matters.

Those who enjoy long-term success realize that their personal lives must be in order. That means you should care for your mental, physical, emotional, spiritual and financial health as much as the health of your career.

It is very difficult to be successful at work when your personal life is a mess. If your marriage is dysfunctional, it’s hard to focus on high-level career achievement. If you lack a set of core beliefs, you may not be able to create philosophy of life that guides you to some great achievement. If you are barely keeping your financial head above water, you don’t have the financial ability to take on entrepreneurial endeavors. Whatever the problem, you will be more successful in all facets of life if you take care of things at home.

A good attitude does wonders for your success. Think positive thoughts and constantly reinforce yourself in your own mind. As Norman Vincent Peale taught us in his famous book, The Power of Positive Thinking, you can cause successful outcomes by forcing yourself to be optimistic.

After you adopt a positive attitude, there are several other things you can do that will make you a healthier person.

If you have a faith, I recommend you practice it. Believing in and answering to a higher power has an amazing affect on career success. Prayer, meditation or whatever you choose to call it, purges the toxins from your mind and gives you strength and confidence.

After faith comes family. No matter how ambitious you are, your family should be one of your highest priorities. Do whatever it takes to protect your familial relationships. If things ever get really tough, you want to be able to depend on those who share your blood. Stick up for your family members and look out for their interests. In the long run you will be far richer if family comes before career.

Close friends are almost as important as family. A long-time friend who truly understands you is worth his or her weight in gold. Put the important people in your life on a pedestal and make them your priority. If you go out of your way to put people first, you will have more business opportunities than you can handle.

Because family and friends are so important, you should adopt an attitude of acceptance. Let them be who they are and enjoy them in spite of all their flaws and weaknesses. Forgive them any time they wrong you. Bite your tongue, when you feel like...

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