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Name: Genielle Blondell
Location: London, United Kingdom
Industry: Personal Services
Reason for starting? I needed to reach out to more women, enabling them to tap into their potential. Play big in this world and do not ask permission to live life. So many of us have bad starts, and we allow them to keep us in this place that is full of fear, doubt and pain. And by staying there, we receive low self esteem and our light blows out! I am here to push you in the direction of your greatness. We can turn around that dark moment and make it the moment of light. We can use your areas of opportunities and change them into strengths. Prosperity and abundance is our birthright, and, yes, I do believe we can have it all. I believe in you as much as I believe in me. Let’s start today by going to get the better version of your self!
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How do you define success? My success is seeing others succeed. It is observing where they came from and where they are now. Its loving their strength and how they have succeeded in their life and watching them soar and seeing how life in abundance can be achieved.
Biggest success: I’m not sure to say it’s a success, but to me it’s a great mile stone I have made. I am actually from Trinidad, and I explained to my husband and four girls that I needed to return to the U.K. to pursue my career as a Life Coach. I asked them to understand why I felt I had to do this, and the importance of being of service to others was a life changing event. They all agreed, and I am here until October.
What is your top challenge and how you have addressed it? My top challenge is sales and marketing. I have studied in all ways with this system. Getting a lot of information from other coaches, taking free classes on the internet and joining other Facebook groups. I even bought books that can help. And this is an everyday process.
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Who is your most important role model? My aunt. She is a star. She is over 85 years young and still manages to enjoy what life has to offer and is always looking to help me find ways of improving situations. She tells us life is journey and you only have one shot at. How do you intend to live it?
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