The Proven Method to Transform Even the Most Challenging Clients


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There are some coaches who are naturally gifted at handling challenging clients.

They can build a strong bond of trust as they dissolve resistance for true transformations to take place.

Unfortunately, this is not the story for most coaches.

When faced with a tough client, you may end up struggling with strong emotions and opinions about the client as well as self-doubt around your own abilities as a coach. This will leave you feeling, flustered, confused, and defensive.

But this is normal.

A client who questions your methods, resists your help or insists that you are falling short of their expectations can trigger even the most experienced and skilled coach.

Here’s what you need to keep in mind…

Working with a tough client isn’t a bad thing. It’s an amazing way to sharpen your coaching skills and build authentic confidence in yourself.

When you can consistently create results for tough clients, you know you have deserve a reputation as a truly great coach…

And even your most difficult clients will be happy to agree!

Watch this powerful, eye-opening video where world-class coach, and best-selling author Christine Hassler reveals proven, actionable methods to soften and transform even the most challenging clients.

Discover The Simple 4-Layer Process for Creating Breakthrough Experiences With Any Client

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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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