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Welcome to the Saturday edition of the jrilshow!! Tonight we are talking about relationship coaches!!!! Here is our QOD: How can you be a relationship coach when your relationship is jacked up? Should be fun, come hang with your favorite crew!
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Jeannette Maw is an LOA genius. We're going to talk about some messy relationship stuff with an LOA spin.
Creating for one can be hard enough. However, when you're creating something that involves more than just you, it can feel particularly challenging. We're going to hash out LOA ethics, discuss Unicorn Syndrom, and a handful of other dicey law of attraction related relationship topics.
This one is going to be a no holds barred conversation you aren't going to want to miss.
Vancouver, WA – There is a difference between listening and waiting for your turn to speak.
Angelia Johnson is a relationship coach that guides couples through the process of developing better communication skills to improve their relationship.
“Ultimately, all relationships boil down to communication,” says Angelia. “If you’re coming to us, there’s nothing wrong with you; you just don’t have the right tools. Even a small change can produce a different outcome.”
Every couple will experience challenges over the course of their relationship. A relationship coach can help you and your partner to overcome the negative habits and behavioral patterns to enjoy a more fulfilling relationship.
“I see more progress in people by focusing on the future rather than focusing on what went wrong,” says Angelia. “If you focus on what you did wrong, you’re not putting energy into what you did right so you can have a better future.
Angelia offers clients the training and experience to cater each session to the individual or couple. She can help reprogram your anxieties so you can be more present in your relationship and more conscious of your partner’s needs.
“It teaches you how to hear in a different way so the person talking feels heard and understood even if there’s a disagreement,” says Angelia.
Ultimately, the client is in control of their session. It’s always about them, never what Angelia believes the couple should do.
“I’m there to be a guide along the way,” says Angelia, “but it’s nice to have an unbiased cheerleader to bounce ideas off of.”
For more information on Angelia Johnson, visit http://www.relationshipcoachingservice.com
How do you know if he / really Loves You?
Tune in to Love& Relationship Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. est.
We all deal with many different problems in life. We stress over many things- and things don't always go our way. Well how does life treat you when it comes to your relationship?
If not well, then I'm going to share with you some key ways of dealing with stress- as it relates to your relationship- and how to bounce back from failed expectations.
Relationships and Romance Series, Part Two - Dating in Midlife, it ain't like it use to be!
Let's face it - dating in midlife is different then dating in your 20's. So much, that one often throws in the towel and says "Forget it - I'm just meant to be alone". Maybe you are you someone who hides behind your fears, telling yourself all the reasons why you should not date or you use your children as an excuse. You can come up with some real good excuses on why you won't get back in the dating game but deep down you know you truly desire to have that someone special in your life. Maybe you feel lonely, confused, and sure that you’ll never find love again?
As a dating and relationship coach, our guest this week Ronnie Joy, The Midlife Dating Coach, works with midlife singles looking for love and makes the daunting task of jumping back into the dating pool FUN! Ronnie will share some tools and techniques that will help you enter the dating world with confidence, giving you everyday strategies to find romance and the partner who’s right for you. Ronnie will be sharing strategies to help you get back in the dating game and if you are dating, tips to help you find that special someone! Learn about the impact of first impressions, dating readiness and more! Ronnie will also be doing some on the spot coaching for those who call in to the show. So tune in, get over your fears and get back out there again. You owe it to yourself to find that someone special for you!
This is where we have missed it at! We have "jumped the gun" without setting some things inorder within our relationship. We move to others things which should be towards the bottom of our list in forming a relationship. Rather we placew this important tool on the "back-burner, which should be first place. We will share how important it is to understand one another in a relationship. Our Relationship coach and CEO of The National Extraordinary Professional Women will lecture this segment. These segments are not limited only to women but to are useful tactics and ersources for men. For more information about us, just go to our website at www.revitalizingmymarriage.com or www.nationalextraordinaryprofessionalwomen.com.
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CONTENT: What do you do when you feel overwhelmed by life challenges or ‘stuck’ as you face some tough decisions? What strategy helps you to make wise choices to move your life forward? Are New Year's resolutions the answer? Listen to my talk with Rev Dr Marshal Ausberry for some insights & ideas.
HOST BIO: Linda Stephens-Jones, MSW, ACC, a Certified Christian Life Coach, provides faith-based coaching to individuals & small groups live and via teleconference & Skype across the U.S. & globally. She specializes in helping women to effectively manage major challenges such as relationship issues, grief, divorce, careers, self-doubt, and lack of purpose. Her clients get excellent results as they discover their strengths & spiritual gifts, gain clarity & build a path to more fulfilling lives!
GUEST BIO: Rev. Dr. Marshal L. Ausberry, Sr. serves as the Sr. Pastor of Antioch Baptist Church in Fairfax Station, VA. He & his wife, Robin, have three adult children, Marshal Jr, Rian & Mycah. Dr. Ausberry holds a Doctor of Ministry degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (So Hamilton, MA) in Preaching and a host of other academic degrees. Before becoming a pastor, he worked in the corporate sector as a Certified Public Accountant. Now, Dr. Ausberry says he does accounting of a different sort, “accounting for the souls of men, women, boys & girls.”
He lectures around the world but now is here for you. From the latest in charity news, technology, fundraising and social networking, Ted Hart and his guests help you maneuver through this economic downturn in the charitable sector to greater levels of efficiency and fundraising success. PAGE 2 Renowned fundraising icon known around the world, Tony Elischer has died.
The chief executive of Buckingham, U.K.-based THINK Consulting Solutions died Jan. 12, 2016 “after a courageous battle with cancer,” according to an announcement released by the firm. Elischer founded the company in 2001 and previously worked for Age UK and Cancer Research UK, according to UK Fundraising.Elischer was diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer about 18 months ago, according to fundraising industry friends and associates. He is survived by his wife Nicky.
On this edition of the Nonprofit Coach we share memories, and the wisdom of Tony that future generations will benefit from.
A true force of nature Tony leaves us a bright light in Fundraising that must be kept illuminated.
Join us, call in, share your best Tony memories.