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Part 2: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Regina Ozoemela

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Marlborough, MA – It’s a common misconception that a life coach is only for people who can’t get their life together. In truth, a life coach is for anyone who can benefit from support through a personal or professional transition.

Regina Ozoemela emigrated from Nigeria as a divorced teen mother of three and went on to receive her MBA in international business. 26 years later, however, she found herself stuck in the same job with no opportunity for advancement.

“I got comfortable,” recalls Ozoemela. “I was able to pay my bills. I owned a house and a good car. But I was unfulfilled. Something inside of me needed to emerge to let me be who I was meant to be: someone who could help others.”

With the help of her mentor and coach, Ozoemela was able to see her true talents. Today, Ozoemela is a life coach herself and the founder of Unlimited Delight, where she helps business owners, disadvantaged workers and women re-entering the workforce enjoy a fulfilling life both professionally and personally. As a life and career coach, Ozoemela’s focus is to help clients uncover their true potential, empowering them to overcome their limiting mindsets, take positive action and achieve success.

“It’s a matter of calling attention to a person’s talent and skills and giving them the confidence to move forward with their lives,” says Ozoemela “Many of my clients know exactly what they want but they don’t know how to get it. They need some inspiring words.”

And you don’t have to quit your job today to get your dream job tomorrow. You can take small steps.

“Bring these limiting beliefs into awareness and confront them,” says Ozoemela. “If you use your real talents to benefit others, then you will benefit yourself.”