The Coach’s Corner


Welcome to The Coach’s Corner, my weekly blog on life coaching. It’s great to have you here!

Each week we will explore a Biblical principle of success that, if applied, will help you to become the person God created you to be. There is nothing more fulfilling than fulfilling God’s plan for your life.

And, yes! God has a plan for your life. That is one reason He created you. And even before He created you, He planned for you.

So, regardless of what anyone has said to you or about you, you are here ON PURPOSE and FOR A PURPOSE. Isn’t that great news!

My desire as a Life Coach is to help you find and fulfill that purpose if you have not yet done so already. So let’s get started!

Here are the steps you need to take to find and fulfill your life purpose:

  1. Get to know Jesus, the one who created you and gave you your life purpose in the first place. How can you get to know Him? By inviting Him into your life to be your Savior and Lord.

  2. Ask Jesus to reveal to you His purpose for your life. It usually won’t happen overnight, but it will happen. Guaranteed!

  3. If you think you need extra help, hire me to help you find and fulfill your life purpose. I have been especially equipped by God Himself, and extensively trained in life coaching, behavioral motivation, psychology, and Biblical studies to help you become the person God created you to be. Moreover, I have had a private practice in life coaching for almost 20 years and have served clients like you from all over the world.

    So, what are you waiting for? Let’s get started on the most exciting journey of your life–the journey to your unique and amazing destiny in Christ!

By Dr. MaryAnn

Dr. MaryAnn Diorio is a Certified Life Coach, a Certified Biblical Counselor, and a Certified Behavioral Consultant as well as a widely published author. She and her husband are the blessed parents of two amazing daughters, a very smart son-in-law, and six rambunctious grandchildren. When not coaching, Dr. MaryAnn loves to paint, play the piano and mandolin, and make up silly songs with her grandchildren.

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