Exercising girl & weight scale background_Longevity_NewYearResolutions

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There are moments to reflect back on, moments to measure where we are, and moments to take action. Now is the moment to take action–to follow through with the information our measurement gives us from the reflection of where we started–in order to move even further along the track of just how far we’ve come. Follow-through–a critical element in the longevity of New Year’s Resolutions. –Melody Taylor-Fliege

One thing all gym-goers know is that January is by far the busiest month in a gym. Why is that? A gym is a great place to show you the longevity of New Year’s resolutions. People motivated by a combination of holiday binge-eating-guilt, gifted membership and the usual New Year’s resolution of living healthier typically manage to fight their way through several workouts a week schedule for a month. By mid-February most people welcome their busy work schedules, aching joints, or an Internet article recommending moderation in sports as an excuse to just giving it all up. Typically, by that time the results in the mirror aren’t impressive enough to convince them otherwise, they rather fall into destructive beliefs, that they are not genetically gifted for a healthier looking body anyway.

While I don’t want to convince you to try competitive bodybuilding, I chose this example, because there is no doubt in modern science that a lifestyle, which includes balanced physical activity, has a number of health and emotional advantages. Still, it seems very hard to follow through with any kind of workout routine for many people. Like the follow-through with physical exercise following-through with many other aspects of our life such as education, career, and relationship can help us living the life we really want to live.

  • What truly cultivates your follow-through mojo—your drive to follow-through?
  • Name 3 of the last things you can recall that you took a follow-through action with?
  • What personal value do you notice connected to all three follow-throughs?
  • What’s the message here for you?

Coaching is an excellent way of discovering what triggers your follow-through mojo. It’s also known to many as an effective means of uncovering personal value attachment to following through or not following through. Hire a coach today!
Two paths in a park. Get clarity through Life Coaching!

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Happy New Year! The beginning is a wonderful place with much freedom to choose your path and how you will lead your life through the twelve months of the New Year. Get clarity through coaching!

What does your road ahead look like?
Is it paved, dirt or more like a railroad track?
What obstacles do you see?
Please help me raise money for Good Women International, a service organization that helps fight human trafficking in the United States.

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I was asked to co-author a book on insights into self-empowerment and all the royalties for electronic purchases will go to Good Women International. I am proud and excited to be part of this project. The book is published on Amazon and is titled: The Change 7: Insights Into Self-Empowerment. You can help make a difference and create change for yourself and someone else, by purchasing your e-book today and leaving a review. Don’t have a Kindle? No problem! To download and read the E-Book (no Kindle needed) use this link. Amazon makes a free Kindle reading app for any device. (Remember all the e-book royalties go to charity).
Thanks So Much. It means the world to me!

Find out more about me at: http://life-coaching-with-melody.com/
Find out more about Good Women International at: http://www.goodwomen.org/ and https://www.facebook.com/GoodWomenInternational
A Big German “PROST!” To A successful Street Coaching Flashmob Day In Berlin!

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Wow! Wow! Wow! Ich liebe coaching! Today was so empowering as a life coach to witness the transformations big and small as I connected with people from Israel, Australia, Deutschland, USA, Czech Republic, and around the World both in English and auf Deutsche. The coaching was free but the payment I received in return was priceless! Ein Großes Dankeshön an unsere Coaching-Team! Our Coaching-Team connection today was energized, empowered and we worked together in a way that brought great success to this first street coaching flashmob, not only in Berlin, but also the first of it’s kind in Germany! ICF-Deutschland can certainly be proud of this Flashmob Coaching-Team today! Follow us on Coaching Flashmob Berlin. A Big German “PROST!” To A successful Street Coaching Flashmob Day In Berlin!
Sometimes a little nudge, a little support, a little coaching and transformation happens that changes a person forever! Ich bin ein Berliner Flashmob Coach! Melody Taylor-Fliege
Need a solution to something you are struggling with right now? Free Coaching Flashmob Berlin Today at Hackescher Markt!

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Need a solution to something you are struggling with right now?

Try our FREE Speed Coaching Flashmob to help you discover a new perspective and find answers! It FREE Today in Berlin at Hackescher Markt, Saturday 26. September! We are part of the International Coach Federation ICF-Deutschland in Berlin!

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Looking for a COACH? Free Coaching Flashmob Berlin - Tomorrow at Hackescher Markt!

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Looking for a COACH? Look no further! Join us Tomorrow!

Beginning at 11:00 at Hackescher Markt on Saturday, 26. September, we will be Speed Coaching on the streets of Berlin. It’s educational, fun and FREE! We are part of the International Coach Federation ICF-Deutschland in Berlin!

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Leadership: Are you acting on your intentions?

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Knowing what you want strengthens your leadership abilities. Remind yourself what is truly important to you by listing the five most important goals in your life.

Now, if you had to give up 3 of them, which three ones would you give up?

And if you could only keep 1 of the last two most important goals on your list, which one would you keep?

There you have it! You now know the order of importance of your highest goals. This helps you to focus better on achieving what you want most and act on your truest intentions.

What did you learn about yourself?

How can you apply that learning in your life today?
"The Change: Insights into Self Empowerment" book cover. My First book on Amazon. I am a Co-Author

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Mark Tuesday, September 1st on your calendar! It’s the day my first book launches on Amazon. I am a co-author in Book no. 7 of the series, “The Change: Insights into Self Empowerment” with Jim Lutes and Jim Britt. Be sure to get one during the first 3 days of the launch and help us climb the charts by leaving a customer review on Amazon as soon as you can!

I am surrounded by 19 other top co-authors with varied backgrounds from across the globe who share secrets for unleashing enormous personal change! You are sure to walk away with EXACTLY what will help you grasp what you’re reaching for! Take your life to the next level!

Contact me at www.life-coaching-with-melody.com
Stress Management Quote and image of the Berlin Wall: “There are no constraints on the human mind, no walls around the human spirit, no barriers to our progress except those we ourselves erect.” -Ronald Reagan

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The first day of construction of the Berlin Wall began August 13, 1961 and lasted 28 years. Viewed by some as negatively shameful and viewed by others as positively necessary to keep out the enemy or prevent a war, this wall structure became known as one of the greatest symbols of freedom. Although the construction and destruction of the Berlin Wall was a larger group effort, individually each of us creates this same experience internally without realizing it. We create walls and structures to support us to achieve; we create walls and structures to hide things within; we even create walls and structures to protect us from pain both socially and privately. In the realm of coaching and its forward-action approach, I bring the Berlin Wall metaphor and ask a few questions.

Look at one of your internal obstacles or walls that seem to block you from where you want to be in your career, relationship, leadership or managing your stress. Don’t try to fix it, but rather just observe and be curious as to what shows up. Take some notes if it helps.
  • What do you notice?
  • Does it seem like a structure that hinders or facilitates you?
  • Can you notice a connection between this obstacle and your thoughts or actions? If so, how does it show up?
  • What might be the message for you in your observation of your wall?