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Who is Richard Seaman?

Richard Seaman is an award-winning teacher, gifted speaker and the founder and director of Seattle Life Coach Training. For the last two decades, Richard has dedicated his life to profoundly transforming peoples lives globally - personally, professionally and spiritually. A master life coach, motivational speaker an inspirational figure who has worked with people from all walks of life including fortune 500 companies like Intel, Microsoft, Boeing, University of Washington, and your everyday next door neighbor.

Richard is the author of the books, It's All in the Sharing and Spiritual Reliability, which helped secure a spot for Richard as one of America's Next Top Spiritual Authors. With his wise and intuitive knowing and uplifting and straightforward approach, he has coached and guided thousands of people to a more powerful, passionate life.

Richard has owned and operated Seattle Life Coach Training (SLCT) on campus in Seattle since 2010, and now online at www.SLCTOnline.com. SLCT Life Coach Training designs online transformational education and learning experiences for students worldwide. In 2011 Richard was awarded the Best Teacher of the Year by the Arizona Private School Association for his outstanding leadership, and transformational education abilities and for leading the life-coaching program at the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts (SWIHA), Arizona's award-winning, private holistic healthcare college. 

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On Campus in Seattle: February 22, 2019

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