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Close-Up with Denyse Bauer, Health and Life Coach Part 2

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Personal development can be a life long journey. With all of the personal tragedies and triumphs we face in our lives it’s easy to lose sight of who we are, what’s important, and may be lead far from the personal goals we set for ourselves. The magnificent work of life coach Denyse Bauer can help people get back on track.

By the age of 10, Denyse was reading the works of Freud, Jung, and countless other psychology and personal development books. Denyse received training in personal development at Coachville University and completed coursework in design, art, and architecture at the University of Cincinnati. Denyse’s dedication to her craft is displayed through her constant search for knowledge as she continues to study advancements in personal development.

With her company, Successful Living Strategies, Denyse strives to “help people design their lives and live their dreams. Many people get caught up muddling through the day. They miss the valuable daily lessons that are right in front of us. I try to make people see the importance of these lessons and how they can enhance their lives. I want people to see their own personal value. We put systems together to help people reach their maximum potential.”

Denyse works directly with people in order to overcome various obstacles. Whether it be health, wellness, personal development, or family issues: Denyse’s knowledge, experience, and coaching abilities her to help people to evaluate their lives and find ways to improve their situations.

Denyse helps people find the beauty of life through personal development and in her art through her collection of work with Classic Coastal Creations. “Our lives are much like driftwood and broken shells swept onto the shore. You can always pick up the pieces and put things together to make something beautiful.”

For more information call 252-838-1420 or email dbauer002@ec.rr.com. 

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