Moving Forward

About the Book

Oh no, not another self-help book! But wait, USC alumnus and coaching psychologist "Coach Paul" Edward dubs his new work, Moving Forward: Turning Good Intentions Into Great Results by Discovering Yourself, Your Place, & Your Path, an “others-help” book and insists that one of the keys to moving forward in life is connecting with the right people. In the first volume of his new Life-Changing Coaching Series, Coach Paul shares the five strategies he uses to help his influential clients solve problems, make better decisions, achieve goals, and get connected. Drawing on his rich experiences as a US Marine Corps officer, corporate executive, and professional life coach, Coach Paul’s award-winning book leads the reader on a journey that begins with self-discovery and culminates in the development and implementation of a plan for real change and sustained growth. Moving Forward does not just offer theory, but it tackles some of life’s thornier practical issues, like how to successfully deal with challenging friends and family members, how to increase job satisfaction, and how to make more time for the people and activities you love. Moving Forward is a guide for those who find themselves stuck in one or more areas of their lives. Its pages brim with help and hope for anyone willing to follow the roadmap that Edward lays out for them.

About the Author

Coach Paul is the Founder and President of Life-Changing Coaching, whose client list includes some of America’s most influential people. Coach Paul is a graduate of the prestigious Harvard-Westlake prep school, the University of Southern California, and Regent University. He is also a part-time professor at California State University, Long Beach. Coach Paul  is a former US Marine Corps Infantry Officer, actor, and corporate executive. He lives in Southern California with his wife, Pam, two sons, Austin and Christopher, and dog, Sampson.

As an added bonus, Coach Paul will autograph each copy of Moving Forward ordered through this website!

Price: $18.95
SKU: 978-0-9814939-2-3