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Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Christina Berkley Coaching

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Brooklyn, NY – Risk is a requirement when striving for the most powerful, passionate life available to you. Only when you’re willing to take those risks, beyond your comfort zone, will your truly extraordinary life begin: the life you know you were born for.

Ten years ago, Christina Berkley was married to a wonderful man, living a comfortable upper-middle class lifestyle, but felt something was missing. She decided to leave behind the security and comfort she knew to pursue a path of self-study.

Today, Berkley is the founder of Christina Berkley Coaching, offering private coaching services to help individuals discover the pleasure and deep satisfaction of an extraordinary life.

“I love seeing people as they turn on to their awesome creative powers,” says Christina. “Their faces light up when they realize the time to start feeling alive is right now.”

Christina works with people who are experiencing major transitions in their life and people who are achieving great things and are ready for more. As a coach, she creates a safe space for her clients to explore their own paths more deeply. Whatever the primary concern of her clients (relationships, career, success, spirituality, etc.), she dives deep with them to uncover their core strengths and power. Over the course of 6-12 months, clients work with Christina to open their eyes to the possibility that their life can be a sublime experience. Each session begins with the same question, “What is going to make this an extraordinary conversation for you?”

“It’s unique and individual for everyone,” explains Christina. “Which tool I use is determined by the person: who they are and what direction they want to go. Some people are really open and ready to take on anything. Others are more reserved. So I meet people where they are."