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Our company is based on the belief that our customers’ needs are of the utmost importance. We are committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals. In fact, almost all of our business comes from referral or our workshops.

Life coaching has gained considerable attention over the last 15 years. Historically, it seemed that only the rich and famous could afford it. When quoted, celebrities and sports figures often talk about the breakthrough they’ve experienced with a life coach. Now, it’s available for anyone who wants more out of life.

Executive coaching has been available to corporate America for over forty years in some form or fashion. The emphasis on strategies that enhance performance is paramount. Many companies have budgets to increase sales or performance training but usually have overlooked budgets for human development. This is different and it is key to creating sustainable changes, personally and corporately. More and more, companies are hiring a dream coach to enhance their employees’ value and happiness. Work performance is increasing, employee turnover has decreased and profits have increased.

For years, the message has been when you come into work, leave your personal stuff outside the door. In theory, that sounds wonderful but the reality is, everyone brings their stuff into work. It is our premise that the stuff gets in the way of better performance. When a company sets aside a budget to help their people with their personal issues they set themselves apart from their competition. Investing in people pays rich dividends not only in monetary growth, but in loyalty and teamwork. When employees know they have a safe environment, something magical happens within the organization. Carnegie understood this principle many years ago and invested heavily into his people’s lives. This principle still works today.

There are eight pillars of wealth. Many people exert time, talent, and energy pursuing only financial wealth yet often feel short-changed. The coaching process examines ways to create wealth in the following eight areas:  emotional, physical, mental, relational, financial, marital, spiritual and vocational.

If you are the CEO of a company, then we would suggest that “You go first!” Show your leaders the way. You can read what others are saying in the testimonial section about the value they have received from a dream coach.