Tag: Consulting

Three Years

Three years ago today, Sandy, Youk, and I set out on this crazy full-time RV journey.

Since that time, we’ve been to 43 states and a little piece of Canada.  We have traveled over 56,000 miles, and made countless new friends and memories.  We’ve been awed by God’s beautiful creation time and time again.  We have visited family and friends that we hadn’t seen in years.  We have also made sure to get back to see our family and friends that we had left back in Pennsylvania often.

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Vince Burruano – Coaching the Life Lessons

Vince is an avid reader and enjoys volunteering his time to his community.  He has served as a first responder and firefighter, a football and baseball coach, and as a board member for various professional associations and charitable organizations. He relishes his role as a father and grandfather, and lives in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina with wife, Elizabeth.

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Taralyn Michelle – The Ultimate Release – Clearing mind, body, and spirit

“One of the most valuable lessons I have learned throughout my journey is much of what proves to be challenging in life has little to do with what we don’t know.

Yes, there is always knowledge and information that can help get us closer to where we want to be. Still, without having a method to not only apply the information/knowledge that is repeatable, flexible for growth, and makes accountability natural, many won’t succeed.

My style of teaching is all about seeing the lighter side of challenges. Audiences leave with valuable tools and a fresh outlook on difficult issues. Adversity, failure, embarrassment, self- doubt/hate, etc. serve a valuable purpose in attaining greatness!

I believe much of what we all need we have inside us. My mission is to teach audiences how to create environments within their mind and body that attract what will strengthen and not weaken.

With a solid foundation for life, the tools to maintain the environment of mind and body, and a dose of humor scaling your life becomes as natural as breathing.”

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