239 Life Mapping For Improved Travels | Pahuta

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Life Mapping – An Advanced Coaching Process

I can’t teach a man anything. I can only make him think.
~ Socrates

Tim Pahuta is a traveling “Happiness Coach” from Whitehouse Station, NJ. He has been traveling the United States for the past 16 years— as a professional baseball player, a West Coast Sales Manager, and now— as a coach.   Through years of deep introspective work following a perspective-altering health scare— including layers of intensive coaching, multiple leadership platforms Tim began coaching at Pahooter Health & Wellness, in March 2017.

Tim brought his baseball coaching experience to working with the Life Mapping™ platform under the mentorship of Jim Brown since the summer of 2017 and became the first Affiliated Life Mapping™ Coach (ALMC) in the US in January 2018.   Tim is officially accepting full-time Mapping clients as well as training future ALMC’s. You will like Tim’s insightful, common sense, and utterly logical approach to life, recovery, and balance. 

You will enjoy this interview with an interesting guy whose baseball career helped set him on his coaching mission.

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