Choosing Joy, Gratitude & Good Thoughts Each Day

August 23, 2016
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Nicole Karnowski, Co-Owner with her husband, Michael of Metamorphosis Coaching, Consulting & Training that provides leadership and wellness training to help transform lives, families and businesses again joins eHealth Radio and the Fitness, Weight Management & Personal Development Channels.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Nicole Karnowski discuss the following:

  • Well I understand you have something to share that we may not always think of as a tool for health/wellness?
  • Our thoughts are really powerful aren't they? 
  • I understand there is a lot of research out there showing how our thoughts can affect our lives from how people perceive us to even how well our body heals isn't that correct?
  • Share a little about one of the most fascinating things you have learned about our thoughts?
  • How might someone start to change their negative thought patterns each day?
  • I understand you have a little way for us to remember to think positive each day?


Duration: 9:02


Nicole Karnowski is a Board Certified Master Christian Life Coach. One of her passions is in the area of Health & Wellness Coaching.


Nicole and her husband, Michael are also both John Maxwell Certified speakers, coaches and trainers. The Karnowski's formed the company Metamorphosis CCT (Coaching, Consulting & Training) to teach leadership and wellness principles that help transform lives, families and businesses.


Nicole holds a Bachelor's in Broadcast News from Kent State University and a M.A. in Christian Counseling from Logos University.


Her husband Michael holds a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the College of St. Scholastica & a Bachelors in Industrial & Mechanical Engineering from UMD.


The Karnowski's love being active, outdoors and spending time with their family in Duluth, MN.



Website: www.new.metamorphosiscct.com


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