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Imagine this…

You’re in the middle of a coaching session with a client and you’ve hit a brick wall.

The problem? Your client just can’t seem to overcome procrastination.

You’re certain the moment she actually follows through and completes her key tasks and projects, she will achieve success and fulfillment.

Your client knows this too.

It’s the reason she’s been trying to beat procrastination for a while now but no matter how hard she tries and no matter how hard you try to help her, nothing’s changed.

What do you do next?

Do you continue to motivate her like you’ve been doing so far? Maybe you want to dive deeper into mindset work? Or guide her to look beyond herself and embrace an expansive, spiritual approach?  

In this express training, Master Coach, best-selling author and in demand speaker Christine Hassler reveals the 4 levels of life coaching that will help your clients overcome any challenge or obstacle.

This holistic coaching methodology will help you serve your clients at the highest level so they can achieve lasting transformation and achieve their goals and dreams.

To maximize your experience and learnings from this training, watch the video and work through your complimentary guidebook. Download your free guidebook here.

Free online training with Christine Hassler to discover the 4-layer process for creating breakthrough experiences with any client

Christine Hassler

Christine Hassler

Christine Hassler is an author, life coach and speaker who is known for inspiring radical self-reflection with practical direction Christine Hassler is the best-selling author of "Expectation Hangover," "The 20 Something Manifesto," and "20 Something, 20 Everything." She’s appeared on: The Today Show, CNN, ABC, CBS, FOX, E!, Style, and The New York Times. Christine speaks to a variety of audiences and corporations about the Gen Y Factor. She is an expert on overcoming Expectation Hangovers® and bridging generational gaps in the workplace.

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