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Larry Hochman This Week on ACES Radio Live

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This week on ACES our guest is going to be Mr. Larry Hochman from No More Holding Back Larry is a very humble and unassuming guy and he will tell you that If anyone had told me a few years ago that he would have his own web site that provided coaching and support to people around the world, or that he would juggle for audiences, you would have received some funny looks in return. Larry grew up in a loving, two parent household and never thought about anything other than a safe secure job. But, life has a funny way of helping those amazing parts of us come out - when we're open to accepting our greatness! Larry has worn many different hats in the coaching and counseling fields. A high school guidance counselor and director since 1992, He has been a presence in the coaching field since 1999. Larry began by providing personal consultation and coaching for the home business organization he developed with his wife Diane. Since then Larry has become one of the Internet's leading authorities on education, parenting and college planning as "The Guidance Guy" at the wildly popular website RateMyTeachers.com and he has his own advice column as well. Over the last few years Larry has turned his focus to Law of Attraction based coaching for adults looking to make changes to their emotional, financial, physical and spiritual health. His articles have been widely published on the Internet and he has been featured in several books and journals over the past few years. Larry holds a Bachelors degree in psychology from the State University of New York at Albany and a Masters degree in Counselor Education and advanced professional diploma in Educational Leadership, both from Central Connecticut State University. He has trained more than 20 graduate students as beginning professional counselors. Larry is also a member of the American Counseling Association and American Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors.

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