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Christine Pechstein is a Jesus-loving, professional Life Management and Stress Management Coach with certifications in Mental Health First Aid and Disaster and Crisis Mental Health First Response. She is all about life management and embraced as the real deal when it comes to managing life chaos, setting priorities, and clearing the unnecessary baggage and weight out of our lives. She is on a mission to help individuals inundated with stress and life fatigue find the freedom, hope, and encouragement they so desperately need without resorting to band-aided and temporary solutions.

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The Gift of Gab is where you'll start your week off right! Christine Pechstein is a faith-based life coach specializing in life and stress management. She loves teaching people to persevere despite the set backs and challenges life will inevitably bring, and she isn't afraid to use an honest and transparent approach in her teaching. Be sure to listen in as she challenges you to live a life well managed, leave your stresses behind, PUSH past your obtacles, overcome your fears, live with passion as you take charge of your life, and talk about a variety of other things that require transparancy, guts, and of course, the gift of gab! She is the founder of Move Into Action, and is a Life and Stress Management Coach, Author, Speaker, Preacher, and body builder with a passion for building up the body of Christ. Got a life management question you'd like her to answer or a topic in mind? Contact her now! Learn about Christine's online Life Management journey now!
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The freedom to build a small business and become successful in it is tied to the support of an agenda. If you adopt it, you'll survive. If not, you'll likely face penalties, lawsuits and hate-charges that will ensure you fail. This is a mountain... more

Same ‘ol, same ‘ol. Again. Does this have to be so boring? New Lifestyle Internet Radio with Move Into Action on BlogTalkRadio Though we have activities and responsibilities in life we don't enjoy doing, we can find ways to... more

Have you ever gotten stuck in a state of whine? Has anyone ever told you to head to the nearest toy box instead? As I sat in a waiting room, I had the opportunty to observe the cutest 3 year old boy. He was trying to piece Legos together but... more

Join us for this special episode where we'll look at the life managmeent area of self improvement from an addiction standpoint. What are addictions? How can we identify addictions and in our lives and break away from them? We'll be talking... more

Whether you lead a company, community, or family, you need to know why delegating is important to your life and stress management. Without it the culture around you suffers. But with it, proper delegation allows people to thrive,... more

People don't always agree or understand your vision. They think your goals or passions are CRAZY! But that's OK. Your vision is unique. And in it you'll find all the hope and strength you need to pioneer your way toward your destiny,... more

What is your initial mindset when you're suddenly facing a crisis? Do you see doom and gloom and the end of the world? Or do you see a blank slate, a brand new opportunity, and unlimited potential? Have you ever been fired? Ended a... more

Do people upset you in traffic? Do you go into grouch mode when hungry? Do common every day annoyances upset you and pull your trigger? You only have so much time, energy, and resources, so why waste it on unnecessary... more

We've ALL been there. You know, that place where you need to let off steam just to remain sane. But when does venting become gossiping? Is it gossiping? Venting IS a healthy part of life. But what signs may show me that I might be... more

Strawberry. Chocolate. Vanilla. Sometimes we find it difficult to make a decision and trying to make one can make us a little bit crazy. Trying to change one once we've made one can be even more difficult…or so we think! Tune in to take... more
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