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Power of Perception Coaching Jill Ginsberg

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Author, health coach, and speaker Jill Ginsberg combines her offbeat humor with her wellness and business expertise to teach busy people everywhere how to run their lives like a boss. 

 

Jill’s first book, Self-Made Wellionaire: Get Off Your Ass(et), Reclaim Your Health and Feel Like a Million Bucks, proves that anyone can get healthy without driving themselves (and everyone else!) batshit crazy in the process.

 

Though Jill has several 3-letter certifications behind her name, such as MBA and MOM, the one she's most known for having is OCD. She relishes order, tends to think in lists and doesn't mind telling it like it is. Her unique coddling-free, humorous motivational style will inspire you to stop making excuses and start making change. 

 

Jill has taught a grateful community of readers and coaching clients that nothing is more empowering than feeling good--and nothing feels better than laughing your ass(et) off while getting it done. Her wellness articles and parenting humor have been featured on The Huffington Post, Scary Mommy and TODAY Parents, to name a few.

 

Not only is Jill trained as a Certified Holistic Health Coach, she received a Bachelor of Arts in English and Creative Writing from The George Washington University  and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School. She runs a private coaching practice serving clients worldwide. 

 

Jill also created Thou Shall Snack, an award-winning all-natural snack food company, formerly carried in over 7500 food stores nationwide and featured on The Rachael Ray Show, in SELF Magazine, and many other publications. 

 

 

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