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How to Create New Year’s Resolutions that Work

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The first episode of Human Behavior Coach TV focused on what you can do this year to get your “new year’s resolutions” in place and already working long before January 1, 2014. Bev and her guest, Angela Goodeve, a professional coach and blogger, shared ideas to identify where you are stuck in life, and find ways to get unstuck. The topics ranged from time management tips, to putting a plan in place to identify your goals and then work toward them systematically. Don’t wait until January 1st to get started on what matters to you, listen to the first episode and get ideas about what you can do right now to improve your life.

About Angela Goodeve: she is a Certified Professional Life Coach who truly believes that achievement of your goals can be fun and effortless, and is always achievable! She spent many years in other “helping professions” after obtaining her degree in Psychology. She is a Board Member with the Women for Change Coaching Community, that provides affordable coaching services to those who cannot afford it; and she is a Co-founder of Energy of Yes, a company focused on Empowerment, Personal Growth, and Inspiration. Read more here: http://www.lifecoachingwithang.com

About Beverly Flaxington: she is a two-time bestselling and Gold-award winning author, an international speaker, an accomplished consultant, hypnotherapist, personal and career coach, bestselling author, college professor, corporate trainer, facilitator, behavioral expert, entrepreneur and business development expert. Read more here: http://thehumanbehaviorcoach.com

Watch the Video Trailer Below:

The full episode is available here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPcbtktn6hE&feature=share

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