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Skilled in creating life/work balance, business planning and implementation, and designing project plans, Bevin supports her clients in reaching their goals and living their lives more fully and richly. Some of her past clients include entrepreneurs, small business owners, producers, real estate agents, Masters students, professors, designers and non-profit philanthropists.

Graduating from the Ohio State University with a BA in English and Creative Writing, Bevin is a Certified Advanced Transformative Coach and a Certified CU Graduate. She has trained with some of the top coaches and trainers in the world, including Richard Bandler, Pransky & Associates, Paul McKenna, Mandy Evans, Jen Louden, Steve Chandler and Bill Cumming. Also, she completed an exclusive 16-month apprenticeship with Michael Neill, a world-renowned coach who has worked with CEOs, businesses and entrepreneurs for the past 18 years.

In 2009, she joined forces with Angela Rose (founder of non-profit PAVE) to create The Well-Being Expo, which had its inaugural event in January of 2010 in Chicago. In 2011, she hosted The Well-Being Expo: Telesummit, which featured 14 highly regarded coaches, New York Times Bestselling Authors and innovative speakers from around the world.

Bevin works with clients in person or through tele-coaching and email, allowing her to coach people from all over the world. She has traveled throughout the US, Europe and the UK, training clients and continuing her own education. Her clients span countries such as England, Australia, Cyprus and Italy, as well as states from Florida and New York to California and Washington.

Her most recent project explores the possibility of taking the chaos out of wedding planning. She blogs with honesty and humor about planning her own wedding in "Planning Your Wedding...Without Losing Your Mind" at

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Bevin Lynch

Today’s Brilliance from Bevin Lynch

Life is a series of choices. Choose to be happy. Choose to live your dream. Choose to live in the present moment. Choose to love with all your heart. But what happens when the choice seems impossible? What happens when you can't figure out what is the "right" answer? When I was 14, I faced a choice that seemed so difficult that I tore myself apart trying to figure out what was the right way to go. While the decision itself seems fairly trivial looking back, the wisdom that came out of it has stayed with me every day. After…

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