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Touting Maria Khalifé, Change Coaching Institute
July 31st, 2012
 

We’ve all seen it – war happens.  It’s never pretty. It’s always costly. And things go on the way they go on until someone changes things.  Maria Khalifé is a changer.  In fact, she’s a Change Coach.  In fact, she teaches others how to be Change Coaches at her Change Coaching Institute.  You can see her work here.

Maria was born during one of many such wars in Lebanon, and she used this strife to – shall we say – make lemonade for her life and for her country.  Maria says “I have always been inspired by Mahatma Gandhi principles and his vision of peace and nonviolence. I understood the need for sound principles which he explained to ordinary people.  I had to personally demonstrate those principles in my life so that I could say with great modesty “I walk my talk” “and my life is my message” the way he did.”

Gandhi touched my soul when he said “Be the change that you want to see in the world.” I cannot think of any quotation that is more poignant than that one, so much so, that I have modeled my Change Coaching Institute after it.”

If you’d like more information about becoming a Change Coach, look here.

I have worked with Maria for over four years and I personally feel that I am helping her to bring peace one-individual-at-a-time in the middle east.  It’s a method not tried before.  Maria expects great success.

There is an abundance of inspirational articles that will bring both information and peace to your soul at Maria’s other website, www.MariaKhalife.com, so please feel free to visit and enjoy.

Maria’s work in the middle East is visionary and stellar.  I salute her!

Warmest Regards,

Pat Matson

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