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Dr. Spencer L. Gaines
Life Coaching: Reflective of business coaching, life coaching is designed to help the person navigate life, love, career, and those critical aspects of life where a little help now could save a whole lot of aggravation later. Life has a funny way of throwing challenges at all of us. For over 30 years, Dr. Gaines has worked with families, children, organizations, and
Jacksonville, FL 32223
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Jacksonville Life Coaches

Jacksonville is the home of Jacksonville Jazz Festival, River City Marketplace, and a major deep-water civilian and military port. Enjoy the home of golf tourism, 340 miles north of Miami. In Jacksonville there are thousands of people who seek life coaches to develop the happiness and peace of mind that comes with having someone in your corner to help you plan your life and face its challenges. Life coaches provide a path to increase happiness in your personal life and career. Many people have improved their lives and gotten a better perspective, more confidence, and more motivation to pursue the goals that bring meaning and lasting happiness.
We've helped many people who need a life coach in Jacksonville and elsewhere in the Sunshine State. Browse listings of life coaches in your area and find a life coach who matches your needs.

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Jacksonville is the largest city by population in the state of Florida, with a 2014 estimate of over 850,000 residents. It is located on the banks of the St. John's River, about 25 miles south of the Georgia state line, and has a humid subtropical climate. During the Civil War Jacksonville was an important supply point for the Confederate Army, especially for hogs and cattle. Jacksonville, like many other U.S. cities, suffers from urban sprawl. It has the largest deepwater port in the South and continues to be a leading port for car imports and a hub for rail, air, and highway commercial activities. The Naval Air Station is the third largest fleet concentration in the U.S. and supports about 24,000 civilian and military personnel.