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What happens when two trained life coaches fall in love and start a family? They do the crazy thing and chase their dreams. From May 2017 to June 2018 Coach Training EDU co-founders John and Amois are traveling with their young family across the US on a #doyourlifeswork tour. They are speaking, connecting, and learning as they show their two girls and infant son the US. Here’s their instagram feed.

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I’m just going to do it.

I remember a high school wrestling match where I was losing by a few points about halfway through the match. I was having a hard time earning an escape, and my frustration was starting to build. I was playing in my head what it would be like to stop trying so hard, to take it easy, and let the match slip away. But then something clicked, and I decided to give everything I had to win the match.

I fought like a madman to get out and escape. I went into overdrive and spent energy faking, weaving, pushing, and testing my limits of stamina when I’d collapse and having nothing left. But I got the next takedown, and then I got another. And another, and as time ran out, I was up four points. Even 20 years later I still remember that exact moment when I decided that I’d win that match.

What happens when you decide that you’re going to pull it out no matter what?

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When does excitement eclipse fear?

Ever go over a jump on skis or snowboard with a friend taking a video. The jump in real life seems massive, breathtaking, and huge. But then you look at your jump, and it looks like you’ve barely left the ground. In that moment, you see what you could do better and know you have the ability to send it big and push past the fear.

What helps you push past the point when excitement begins to eclipse the fear?

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What’s your day’s best moment?

What’s the moment you appreciate the most?

Days quickly melt into weeks. Weeks turn into months. I find it hard to believe we’re this far into January and the new year. Yet life is lived moment to moment.

What’s your favorite moment of the day?

Bonus Question #1: At moment are you at your best?

Bonus Question #2: What’s the decision you’re most thankful for at the end of the day?

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How Much do You Believe in Your Dream?

The beauty of the question “What would you do if you knew you could not fail?” points us to look at the larger picture of ultimate worth. It invites us to consider projects and programs so grand, the goals seem unattainable, and reality has a way of coming crashing down. The brave, however, choose to pursue at least a lighter version of that ultimate dream, and a little momentum can become super fun. Yet the big, important question comes when setbacks happen, distractions intensify, and your resolve to keep moving forward is tested.

How much do you believe in your dream?

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Happy Mid-January

How are those resolutions coming along?

About three weeks into a new routine tends to be the hardest. The initial excitement has worn away. Some unforeseen obstacle or another quick vacation or stumbling blocks has made its presence known. Yet it’s in these moments that your resolution needs to find another form of motivation other than the newness and willpower of a New Year’s energy.

What’s the new source of motivation?

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