BlogTalkRadio uses cookies. By using our services, you're agreeing to our Cookies Policy. Got it

Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

Close Up Radio Spotlights Laurel Holland of Live Your Inner Power

  • Broadcast in Self Help
Close Up Radio

Close Up Radio


Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow Close Up Radio.

Manakin Sabot, VA – Life coach Laurel Holland is the founder of Live Your Inner Power and author of Courageous Woman and Live Your Inner Power, the Journal. Laurel’s mission is to inspire her clients to find inner peace, discover their authentic voice, enjoy more meaningful, loving and supportive relationships, connect with their passion and blossom into their fullest potential.

She lives what she teaches, helping her clients by sharing the eight practices of the Inner Power Wheel. Those practices are a pathway to breaking old patterns and habits that are no longer serving her clients or creating the kind of life they deeply want.

It's always a long journey to become a coach, and Laurel certainly had her own moment of crisis.

Everything looked wonderful on the outside. She was a stay-at-home mom with two little children, nice husband, living the American dream, but she wasn't happy.

You have to be courageous to make that leap into the unknown on your own behalf, says Laurel. One small simple act of courage can radically shift the trajectory of your life. The new possibilities can align in ways that you could never have predicted, opening new doorways to opportunities you never thought possible.

“It's the spiritual warrior's path to stand up to the truth of what we're living through every day,” says Laurel. “The ultimate work for each of us is our relationship with ourselves. When you’re looking at your life and your choices, it's a sacred inner journey that takes courage to pay attention to fully while acknowledging your deep truth. Listen to your wake-up call and practice acceptance. Begin there. We can always make new choices if we’re brave enough.”

For more information, visit