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RRLC is an emerging leader in providing an evidence-based coaching practice that can help professional, high-profile couples build and maintain healthy marriages, and professional-minded leaders and executives attain ongoing career success through mindfulness, and collaborative coaching techniques. Our goal is to provide unique coaching plans to help success-focused people achieve their life aspirations. Our two missions are: to help busy executives, leaders, and innovators build and maintain strong healthy marriages, and long-term relationships through our exceptional marriage coaching programs that focus specifically on balancing career and life, and to assist professional-minded industry changers with developing results-oriented career brands, and to develop the right networking and strategy tools to attain ongoing professional growth in high-profile careers through a customized career coaching program. Our coaching plans are unique to our client and focus on motivation, accountability, and balancing two worlds, professional and personal, in order to attain clear goals in both. We see you as an embodiment of your specific experiences as an influencer as well as an individual with the capability of reaching your maximum potential and objectives in every aspect of your life. What makes RRLC different is that we do not cater to everyone. Our clients are particular. Likewise, our services incorporate empirical coaching methods, supported by social cognitive and positive psychology theories and practices, with a mindfulness approach. We provide coaching services at your home or office, or our location. We even offer virtual and phone coaching.

How to Create an Awesome 2017

  It is that time of year when many people will make new year’s resolutions and consider ways in which they want to change their lives.  In the past, I did the same. I would make a goal to lose weight, exercise more, eat healthier, be nicer, give more, or…

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Traits of Highly-Successful Power Couples

I was really intrigued by Forbes online list of The World’s Most Powerful Couples. Some of the couples mentioned include President and Mrs. Obama, Bill and Melinda Gates, and Jay-z and Beyonce, to name a few. But, what make these couples “powerful?” It made me contemplate what are the traits…

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How to Create a Sexy Bedroom to Increase Intimacy – 8 Easy and Economical Tips

I was recently asked for feedback about how to increase intimacy in the bedroom, by actually updating the environment.   So, I figured I would share some of my advice with my readers.  It is important to remember that intimacy can be influenced by both internal (e.g., emotions, sex drive, or…

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Is Kinky Sex Crass?

E. L. James’s book trilogy Fifty Shades of Grey, Fifty Shades Darker, and Fifty Shades Freed, made a huge international impact, especially on women. While steamy, hot fantasy novels are nothing new, E.L. James opened the bedroom door, and (literally) turned our minds on to the concept of BDSM (“B&D”…

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Should you get married?

We are in full swing of wedding season.  I’m actually going to officiate a wedding myself on July 4th.  While I’m always excited to marry couples, I often wonder if people really take time to consider why they are getting married.  When coaching couples, I sometimes ask the question “why…

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Should You Hire A Wedding Coach? 7 Reasons Why You Should!

Let me explain what a Wedding Coach is. Think of a Wedding Coach as an advisor, behavioral specialist, conflict resolution expert, and relationship manager with a strong understanding of goal setting and wedding planning, all wrapped up in a life coach. Additionally, a Wedding Coach is hired for the duration…

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How to end a relationship dry season

Many marriages go through a dry season. A dry season can be described as a period of boredom, little to no intimacy or sex, complaints of not being “in the mood,” and/or increased tension and conflicts. Also, there is a breakdown in communication.  Dry seasons can be a function of…

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