Coaching Stars of Courage!

By Kathleen Boucher

Are you blessed with good health, a steady income, food on your table, and a comfy bed to sleep in at night? Are your kids going to school with shoes on their feet, warm clothes in the winter, and clean hair and teeth? Yes? No? Or maybe?! Isn’t it amazing what we all take for granted!

Stop a moment and feel grateful for everything in your life.

Now imagine that you are homeless and that your survival instincts are in overdrive. Internally, hope is diminished and self-esteem is rock bottom. Imagine how your kids feel. How do you climb out of this dire situation? How do you turn your life around? How do you set an example for your children that when the chips are down… you get help.

“Strong people don’t put others down… They lift them up.”-Michael P. Watson

Have a look at this non-profit organization and see if it is a good fit for you.

“Founder of The Stars of Courage non-profit Ken D Foster is looking for Life, Business, Spiritual, and Health Coaches to help those who are living in poverty in the United States. If you are a Coach or know one, please read on.

“Evidenced-based studies show that combining life coaching with educational programs is effective at lifting people out of their economic struggles,” notes Ken D Foster, the Founder and Executive Director of Stars of Courage. As a Coach himself for 21 years, Ken knows first-hand the impact that coaching can have.”¹

Can you find one hour a week to coach the poor?

“You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you.”-John Bunyan

Let’s help the 47 million Americans living in poverty by spreading the word that this non-profit organization needs coaches immediately! If you would like to volunteer as a Life Coach and be part of the effort to end poverty, please visit their website and complete the volunteer coach application.

“Like everything in life, it is not what happens to you but how you respond to it that counts.”-Steve Backley

  1. Taken from a marketing letter by Ken D Foster


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