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Chapter 1 Orientation

Thursday, February 11, 2010 10:17 | Lois Sholl
Getting on track with the program, I had my orietation with Albert at his hotel here in Anchorage.  We spent aroung 2 hours together along with Jerry Butler.  I was excited to meet Albert because he appeared to me to be doing what I want to do.   It's my passion to assist people to become overcomers in lfe.  I do that now through my church, I help my friends, and vounteer at my son's school.  What I would like to do is take this one step further and be a profitable accountablility coach.


  • Saturday, August 11, 2012 18:26 | Jeffrey Backus
    Ms Sholl, please continue on with this chapter; I am wondering who, what and how is a person a "profitable accountability coach"? ie.. what is that?
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