What does neuroscience, life coaching, and trusting dreams have in common? Actually a lot.
Ann Betz is full of passion for neuroscience. She is a founder and trainer for advance life coaches in Neuroscience, Consciousness and Transformational Coaching. She has been a certified professional coach for the past 14 years. Her career is built on relationships and love and a deep curiosity. This is her story.
In this episode
- Neuroscience, life coaching, and trusting dreams click to tweet
- How the brain works with our dreams click to tweet
- The important role love plays in building your dream click to tweet
- How bridges of friendship build business click to tweet
- Why you should set boundaries out of self love click to tweet
Real love says, you are better than this. So set a boundary. – Ann Betz click to tweet
Real happiness is this place of deep fulfillment and satisfaction that comes from when we are following our dreams and trusting our dreams. – Ann Betz click to tweet
Don’t let anybody tell you you cant. Those are just people who gave up on their dreams. – Ann Betz click to tweet
There is a place for us all reclaiming our own lives and not waiting for some other person on high to tap us on the shoulder and say you are now good enough. – Ann Betz
www.beaboveleadership.com (Ann Betz’s website)
@beabovecoach (Ann Betz on Twitter)
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