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Fun and Done: What to do when your “to-do” is too long…

Here we are half-way throughout the year… how is that resolution list of yours going? In this podcast, Sharon Sayler, host of Life Interrupted Radio and Advanced Certified Coach Laurie Lawson as they answer the questions:

  • How do you get your goals done?
  • How do you maintain focus?
  • Is this your goal or someone else’s goal?
  • Tips to saying “no” with ease and separating the story from the emotion
  • Even, how to answer the question of “What do I want?”

Laurie will share with us ways to make your goals fun and done!

LaurieLawsonPhoto-TNLaurie Lawson’s coaching philosophy is “Coaching is life-changing business but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a little fun while you’re doing it.” Learn more about Laurie at

#AllowForLife #MultiGoal #LifeInterrupted

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About Your Host, Sharon Sayler

Your host, Sharon Sayler is a certified executive and wellness coach, communications trainer, public speaker, best selling author, and the founder of Competitive Edge Communications who specializes in teaching professionals critical nonverbal and body language skills including how to have those critical “tough” conversations. She teaches how to up-your-impact on the stage, in the boardroom, with clients, customers, team members and even how to deal with difficult people.

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