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Success coach and Confidence Point founder, Irene Lebedies was recently interviewed by Small Business Trendsetters Magazine about her approach to coaching women entrepreneurs to a new level of success.

Gilbert, AZ – May 2, 2014 /MM-AuthorityPress/ —

Dr. Irene Lebedies, founder of Confidence Point Coaching, was recently profiled in Small Business Trendsetters Magazine. In the interview, Dr. Lebedies discusses how confidence is a primary factor for success in business. Dr. Lebedies states “How a person takes life on helps build confidence. Coaching is often as much about personal life as it is about business, we work on the building blocks to confidence, how you deal with the world.” Dr. Lebedies sees that once her clients master their own confidence in themselves, the pieces fall into place for success in their business.

She introduces her coaching program for women business owners with a free session. This session explores the tools, worldview and needs of women transitioning into the business world or making a career change. Dr. Lebedies focuses on building up the confidence that women entrepreneurs need for success. “Women need to know that they are powerful people,” she says, “Gaining confidence in themselves and what they have to offer the world is key.”

In her coaching practice she uses a system called ACCESS, with the word being an acronym. “A” stands for Accountability, “C” for Commitment, “C” for Confidence, “E” for Emotional Intelligence, “S” for Synergy and the last “S” for Sustainability. Upon completion of the initial program, her clients are initiated into a woman’s circle where they can find on-going support from Dr. Lebedies and other women entrepreneurs. The women meet and share experiences, lessons and problems with each other in a nurturing group environment and here they can also receive ongoing follow-up coaching. Dr. Lebedies explains, “All the women break bread together” and this is the foundation of the powerful support that the group finds in each other.

The interview can be read at http://smallbusinesstrendsetters.com/arizona-performance-coach-for-professional-women-irene-lebedies-helps-women-entrepreneurs-access-success/

For more information about us, please visit http://www.confidencepoint.net

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Irene Lebedies
Email: Irene.lebedies@gmail.com
Organization: Confidence Point Coaching

Source: http://authoritypresswire.com/press-release/womens-success-coach-irene-lebedies-discusses-how-to-access-success/

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