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Life Coach Chat - the Process of Becoming One's True Self

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Join the Coaches du Jour - Russ Terry, Mark Schall and Tim Billiter - as they discuss the process of becoming fully oneself.  They each have experiences they will share about overcoming other people's visions of their lives and learning to fully embrace who we really are.  They will also talk about HOW they did it and HOW THEY FELT after doing it.  Call in if you want to get free coaching in this area to become your true self or if you want to share how you did it!

Russ Terry is a long-time HR professional who loved helping people so much that he made it his full-time job.   As a Life Coach, he works with clients to get them to figure out and go for whatever their dream is AND to live a robust, well-balanced life.  He asks probing questions to assist people in building their plan to achieve their goals.  He inspires, motivates, boosts confidence and tackles fears – turning hesitation into action and a functional life into an optimal life.

Tim Billiter is a New York City area based Certified Life/Life Purpose Coach on a mission to remind others of who they truly are at the core of their being and then facilitate the creation of a life based on that truth. His goal is to assist people in developing thought processes and practical skills to move through life with much more ease and grace.

Mark Schall helps people and organizations achieve their highest possible level of excellence and effectiveness. He is a specialist in the area of human relations. In his training classes, he uses a unique blend of instructional teaching and motivational speaking providing dynamic seminars focusing on the areas of interpersonal communication, personal effectiveness, goal setting, organizational change, divers

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