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Enjoying Food Again by Donna Astern

It is interesting to me that the holidays God gave to the Israelites were called feasts. They were times of enjoying food together. Indeed, times of mourning were marked by fasting or the barest forms of sustenance.
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The Peaceful Nugget by Nancy Curtis

From a Christian perspective we are expected to “be still.” The exact verse is “Be still and know that I am God.” With practice you can learn how to be still and hear His voice. At first your mind will wander. You will think about your to do list and things like, what to cook for dinner, or your grocery list.
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Wholeness: Gateway to a Life of Fulfillment by Sharon Graham

We’re passionate about coaching and educating others on how they can obtain and maintain wellness and walk in optimal health, ultimately fulfilling their God-given destiny while here on earth. When we walk in wellness, we’re also walking in wholeness. As a coach we can not only partner with our clients toward this end, we can also model wholeness for them as we pursue walking in wholeness ourselves.
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Stress and Wellness: My Story by Kristin Schuchmann

My husband eventually had to take over the cooking, cleaning, shopping, and more, while I managed only to minimally homeschool my children and keep Charis Childbirth afloat. I had to let another small business go under because I just couldn’t do it.
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The Internal Saboteur by Donna Astern

Every good salesman knows to ask for the sale. Ask your client to make a decision about her future, not a commitment to a plan, but a decision of power stating how it shall be.
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You’re Making Me Unhappy! by Janet Daughtry

Most of us do want to be happy. The problem is that we are often waiting for someone or some event to happen to make us feel better. Any way you look at the matter, our lack of happiness is not someone else’s fault! It is a decision that we make every day. Life is always about choices.
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So, Your Client Wants to Lose Weight by Sharon Graham

Are they willing to make important and lasting lifestyle changes such as getting rid of their sodas, and fried foods, and beginning to work on a consistent exercise routine, for the sake of their health, and NOT just to lose weight to look good at their class reunion?
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Coaching Wellness: Sick, Unsick, and Well by Kristin Schuchmann

Exactly what is “wellness”? I imagine if we took a camera crew into the mall and interviewed a dozen different people about what “wellness” means, we would get nearly a dozen different answers.
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Permission to Rest Outside of Tahiti by Donna Astern

In these times of hurry and over-commitment, we might rationalize that we just can’t afford to step away simply to unwind and recharge. Even though God does not get tired, He set the precedent for us by resting one day after working for six days on Creation.
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Three Strategies To Get Your Life Back by Janet Daughtry

As a life coach you can have a tremendous impact on helping your clients move through the stresses of life and get their lives back. Here are three important strategies to consider:
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Coaching Your Clients to Avoid Drinking Sodas by Sharon Graham

Drinking soda pop will never create health for any client. If you have a client desiring wellness coaching, one of the first and most important action items for them to do is to stop drinking sodas. Following are some reasons why you as a coach would want to support and encourage your clients to “come clean.”
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Building New Habits With Accountability by Donna Astern

My coach was ready to help me succeed, not just to lose the weight, but to build healthy habits as a lifestyle. The coaching relationship is a wonderful way to bring both to the coach and the client.
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What is a Wellness Coach by Laura Crooks

A wellness coach is an accountability partner who helps you create solutions to the obstacles that stand in your way of achieving your vision of wellness. Your wellness coach assists you in moving from where you are today to where you want to be in terms of your well-being. They are skilled in helping you succeed.
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The Magic Key to Wellness by Jerry Graham

Wellness coaching is not about diagnosing and curing illness, rather it is about empowering clients with wellness information and allowing the incredible healing systems that God designed into the human body to do the work.
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Five Steps To Coaching Wellness by Sharon Graham

Second only to financial concerns, wellness is the next most talked about and sought after topic occupying people’s thoughts and minds these days. As a wellness coach, you can have tremendous influence and offer valuable information to your clients.
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