Leap Forward Coaching’s TOP 5 Newsletters of the Decade!

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I am filled with gratitude as I reflect on the past decade of sharing life, career, and coaching tips with readers through my Leap Forward Coaching newsletter. It is truly my joy and privilege to share encouragement, advice, and inspiration with you through your inbox!  

This month I invite you to revisit some of your favorite newsletters and mine from the past decade. I hope they continue to encourage you to grow and thrive in 2020 and beyond! 

With heartfelt thanks to my clients, family, and friends, 

Melanie Ott

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Think Big | The beauty of dreaming big is that it means that the best lies ahead. No matter what horrible or spectacular things have happened in your past, there’s always the possibility of greater things in the future. It doesn’t matter how old you are, how stuck you feel in your life, or where you are right now: with big dreams come big possibilities. Read more >>>

Move On | Whether you’re facing a past hurt, a current disappointment, a dead end job, or a stagnant relationship, moving on may be the key to finding joy and success. Knowing how and when to move on can be tough … but it is well worth it! Read more >>>

Harness the Power of Confidence | Self-confidence is belief in our abilities and ourselves. It’s knowing we can face our fears and handle any situation that comes our way. Confidence is an expectation of a positive outcome, summed up in two words: “I can!” Read more >>>

Create It & Become It | The trouble with “fake it till you make it” is that it feels inauthentic — and no one wants to be a phony! That’s where the idea of “create it and become it” comes into play. It’s not about pretending to be a leader, a thinker, an expert; it’s about taking action to become that person, through your body language, experience, and expertise. Read more >>>

The Power of Patience | Life is full of times of waiting — and a patient spirit can do a lot to help you remain calm, determined, focused, and free of anxiety during the ebb and flow of life. Unfortunately, the virtue of patience doesn’t come naturally to many of us. The good news is that patience is a skill that can be developed with practice, if you put your mind to it. Read more >>>

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