Coach Chat Radio with Laura Thompson on November 17, 2016

Hosts Laurie Lawson and Bernie Siegel interview Laura Thompson about her coaching endeavors and her collaboration as a Co-Author on The Change book series, Book 12, with Jim Britt, one of the first mentors of Tony Robbins and top mind expert, Jim Lutes. Laura's chapter is entitled "The Art of Mindful Communications". The book is about personal development and transformation. Laura's coaching entails personal and professional development with the intent of transformation to leading the life you desire with fulfillment and enrichment.

Change your perspective, change your life.  For coaches and those interested in one of the fastest growing professions in the world today.  Coach Chat hooks you up with some of the world's leading coaches who share their expertise and give you tips and take-aways for expanding and improving your life and your business.

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Laura Thompson's Coaching Interview on MNN Lifestyle Channel with Laurie Lawson, Host of the Coaching Game TV Show, Airs March 15, 2016

Hello, World!

Author and Executive/Life Coach Laura Thompson discusses her journey to, through, and beyond coaching. Learn how CREATIVITY, PERSISTENCE, and INTUITION, along with her many talents, brought her success and a desire to help others succeed.

Watch the show on March 15, 2016 Tuesday at 8:30 PM EST.

In Manhattan on the following channels:
Time Warner Cable TV channel 56

RCN channel 83
Digital channel 111
without cable box on channel 17
And on Verizon FiOS Channel 34

The Coaching Game can also be viewed on the Internet at:

Coach Chat Radio Guest Host

Coach Laura Thompson interviews two veteran coaches, Laurie Lawson and Bernie Siegel, to discover the reason they became coaches and the paths that they took. Plans for the future, obstacles to avoid, and attitude adjustments are all a part of the journey. And, of course, there's plenty of "if only we had known..." retrospective wisdom to be shared with coaches starting out.  Everyone can learn something new if they have an open mind.