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Close-Up with Paula Popper of Inner Peaceworks

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As individuals, each of us are born with magnificent dreams and aspirations for what we want our lives to become. At times, the road to personal and professional success may simply seem impossible to navigate. Fear, stress, and physical pain can overwhelm and overshadow even the brightest of dreams.

What if there are ways to overcome such obstacles and achieve everything we aim for? Better yet, what if the ways and techniques were completely safe, all natural, substance free, and found within the human mind and body? Personal/Professional Development Coach, Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, and founder of Inner Peaceworks, Paula Popper has assisted people from all walks of life to regain control and find their perfect stride.

The fascinating services, methods, and instructions provided by Inner Peaceworks include life coaching, hypnosis and visualization, energy work, emotional freedom technique, and meditation. From CEOs to blue-collar workers, professional athletes to college students: Paula is able uncover deep-rooted issues within a wide variety of people to achieve everything they set out to be.

Moreover, Paula Popper not only helps people rise above the challenges at hand, but she also instructs her clients on how to manage the pain, the stress, or the fear they face. Paula’s accessibility to her clients is a testament to how much she cares about others and the work she puts in as she holds sessions by phone, in-person, and via Skype.

“I’m just the facilitator. My clients are the ones doing the work. So much of what we go through can be managed through the mind. It’s never too late. For me, the most gratifying moments are when people tell me that I’ve helped them overcome and do some kind of activity that they used to do or always wanted to do.”

Visit www.innerpeaceworks.com or call 513-304-1122.

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