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Live Your Best Life

Do you want to:

Then tune in to Dina Marais who will awaken your self-awareness that will empower you to make the changes you need to create the life you want.

Plus she will give you the tools to do that – not just the what – also the how!

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Dina Marais is a Neuro-Vitality Coach and specializes in self-actualization.  She strongly believes that we all deserve and are able to create better lives for ourselves unleashing the capacity to live life to the fullest.

She is a Neuro-Semanticist working with your inner game to effect sustainable change – she is an expert in structure and process of your experiences and therefore needs little to no content to effect sustainable change.  As an accredited Psycho-NeuroImmunology facilitator Dina coaches you to find meaning, purpose and balance in your life.  As a Neuro-Semantics Trainer she trains coaches and leaders to lead with a coaching style.

Through this show you will learn how to run your own brain so that you can make life work for you.

Guests on her show will include coaches, leaders, experts and people who have transformed their lives. Living examples to inspire us to transcend our comfort zones.

Dina is the founder and creator of CoachingSelf.com an online self-coaching system and global community of positive people on a journey to create better lives and a better world.

She wrote and published Life Coaching Diary 2009 and writes a monthly column for the South African magazine Longevity.

Subscribers to CoachingSelf.com receive her free ebook The Secret to a Successful Life.

Contact Dina at dina@coachingself.com

http://coachingself.com
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