A one year experiment seeks to discover whether coaching can help ordinary people achieve extraordinary things.
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A one year experiment seeks to discover whether coaching can help ordinary people achieve extraordinary things. Confronted, challenged and frequently overwhelmed, four participants will bet everything on their bold visions on the future. In one night of drinking, Rob lost everything. His Emmy award now sits on the shelf, a reminder of the career he once had, and the family who will no longer take his calls. Precious weighs 327 pounds, yet her dream is to create a lingerie company to inspire other curvy women to love their bodies. Soon Loo is a high flying executive who jets around the globe every month, yet behind the crisp suit he lacks fulfillment, and worries that his talents are being wasted. Chad is a 43 year old virgin who is still searching for love. Share in the experience as Rob, Precious, Soon and Chad are challenged to let go of the past and commit themselves to who they want to become. Working with an elite team of coaches and mentors, including Marshall Goldsmith, Jack ... Written by Patryk Wezowski

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A must watch for anyone feeling "stuck" in their life — and for all those who coach
10 September 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

LEAP is a fantastic inside look at how coaching works — and the impact of a powerful coaching relationship. Feeling stuck in life, work, relationships, etc. is a challenge for most people at some point in life. LEAP shows us how coaching can foster immediate shifts in how people think and act.

The film is emotional, inspiring and motivating. And it's important. A must watch for coaches and anyone who wants MORE from life. Bravo!


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