Radio Interview with Former Client Jeronna Mabry

Jennifer Seaver-Stokes (one of our coaches!) recently interviewed former client Jeronna Mabry about coaching, strengths, W4C3 and Dress for Success. Listen to the interview at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/tunedincoaching/2014/08/05/looking-good-from-the-inside-out.  

Always Positive and Supportive – A Testimony from Carol

Carol recently completed her coaching sessions with Women For Change Coaching Community. We asked her about her experience: Q: What impact did coaching through W4C3 have in your life? A: W4C3 not only helped me get the support and direction I needed to reach my goal of putting on a workshop in my area, but […]

Dress for Success Dallas – A Night of Inspiration

We laughed, we cried and we were inspired by the women of Dress For Success Dallas on Saturday. It was particularly fruitful, as I met the Executive Director Janie Bordner, and also Joi Gordon, the CEO of Dress For Success Worldwide from New York City. I was representing Women For Change Coaching Community, the nonprofit […]

Finding Your Way with Courage and Grace: A Client Testimonial

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She is  a fit, strong, resilient, 53 year old not-for-profit career professional. Three years ago she was ready move to another part of the country,  but, being the responsible person that she is, realized that she needed to become the legal guardian of her 3 year old granddaughter.  Now,  for the second Christmas in a […]

The Present Without Regret

By Marie Nguyen To be happy, one is required to live fully in the present moment.  People who are not happy with their current circumstances often take refuge in their past, especially when they experienced more “glorious days” back then.  Those people often get comfort by dwelling in the past, and eventually they need to […]

Gratitude is “Greattitude”

By Marie Nguyen Yes, you got it right: Gratitude = “Great attitude”.  For me grateful also equals “greatful”, which means that I attract a lot of great things to myself with a heart full of gratefulness.  Gratitude will open one’s heart to more abundance in life. Let’s explore the significance of this formula.  To be […]

Self-acceptance

By Marie Nguyen The fast and furious queen’s incantation “Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who is the fairest of all?” from the Snow White fairy tale reflects the issue of self-acceptance.  From the rise of plastic surgery and the explosion of new procedures, to the ruthless and unethical competition in our universe to “keep up […]

The Value of Making Mistakes

By Marie Nguyen Making mistakes is of tremendous value in the learning process.  However, it is important to realize after the fact, that one did make a mistake.  The acknowledgement will help one start the process to connect cause and consequence, to understand the lesson in order to avoid making the same mistakes again.  The […]

Now You Can Always Enjoy Downstream Living

By Jennifer Seaver Stokes, Tuned In Coaching You are an amazing combination of personal character, passion and energy.  No one can compete with you being you!  I am so grateful for the presence of your strengths in my life! You are as God created you – Live by your strengths! Two years ago I took […]

Appreciation

By Rachel K Lugo, ReKindle Life Coaching Last week during my coaching session with my mentor coach I brought up the fact that I have never been a rah-rah type of gal and although I feel deep appreciation for most people, I have a hard time expressing it. Why? Simply because of conditioning and a […]

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