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Life-Changing Resolutions A Year-Round Endeavor

Coach says scrap New Year's resolutions in favor of lasting change

DALLAS - As the year draws to a close, plenty of people will take stock of their lives and pledge to do things differently in the coming year, perhaps resolving to improve their marriages, quit smoking or lose weight.

In too many cases, those resolutions soon will end up on the junk heap of personal improvement, victims of little planning and poor execution. And the people making them will go right back to doing things the way they always did.

"If you're only thinking about making changes in your life in December, my question is, what are you doing the other months of the year?" says Mike McCurley, co-founder of Personal Enhancement Coaching, a company dedicated to helping people make improvements in their work, lifestyle, marriage and more. "It truly needs to be something that you're doing throughout the year."

McCurley has some advice for people who are interested in improving their lives, including the following:

Mike McCurley provides personal, executive, drug and alcohol, and marital enhancement coaching to clients looking to improve their lives through a rigorous process of self-examination, goal-setting, and accountability. He is a Certified Professional Coach, having completed training at the College of Executive Coaching, an International Coaching Federation-accredited institution. He is a highly sought-after lecturer and has authored a number of papers and publications, including "Low-End and High-End Use of Witness Trainers, Consultants, and Life-Coaches," for the 2005 State Bar of Texas Advanced Family Law Course, and "Divorce: Prevention, Survival & Recovery," at Canyon Ranch, the renowned wellness resort and spa in Tucson, Arizona.

More information is available at http://www.personalenhancementcoaching.com.

To speak with Mike McCurley about personal enhancement coaching, please contact Alan Bentrup at 214-559-4630 (office), 713-553-3358 (cell) or alan@androvett.com.  

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