Sherry Price Coaching

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Sherry Price Coaching

On the Blog

Negative Speaking

We all have some habits that we wish we didn’t do. If we’re doing a behavior repeatedly, it means that we like it on some level. It meets a need for

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The Best Part of Life

If someone was to ask you, what’s the best part of life? Chances are you wouldn’t say alcohol or drinking. You would likely have many other answers to this question. Maybe

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Self-Sabotage

Setting goals feels good. We are meant to learn, strive, grow, achieve, and evolve throughout our life. Our brains were designed for this. Having a challenge motivates us to become a

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The Slippery Slope

Do you talk about the slippery slope? My clients use this metaphor a lot. The conversation starts with “Well, I pour myself one glass and then that starts the slippery slope.  I just don’t

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Freedom!!

Today is Memorial Day. A day to honor and mourn the military personnel who gave their life serving in the Armed Forces.  We are forever grateful for their heroic courage and

Read More »

Negative Speaking

We all have some habits that we wish we didn’t do. If we’re doing a behavior repeatedly, it means that we like it on some level. It meets a need for

Read More »
Red Neon Happy Sign

The Best Part of Life

If someone was to ask you, what’s the best part of life? Chances are you wouldn’t say alcohol or drinking. You would likely have many other answers to this question. Maybe

Read More »

Self-Sabotage

Setting goals feels good. We are meant to learn, strive, grow, achieve, and evolve throughout our life. Our brains were designed for this. Having a challenge motivates us to become a

Read More »

The Slippery Slope

Do you talk about the slippery slope? My clients use this metaphor a lot. The conversation starts with “Well, I pour myself one glass and then that starts the slippery slope.  I just don’t

Read More »

Freedom!!

Today is Memorial Day. A day to honor and mourn the military personnel who gave their life serving in the Armed Forces.  We are forever grateful for their heroic courage and

Read More »
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