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"Happiness is not a destination, it's a means of travel." This podcast is an open discussion with Life Coach Glenn Ambrose, of Life Enhancement Services of Rhode Island. We'll be discussing the things that really matter in life, the lessons we learn from what happens to us/what happens for us, and finding peace, joy, and laughter along the way. You can learn more about Glenn at: www.life-enhancement-services.com

Life, Lessons, & Laughter with Glenn Ambrose Glenn Ambrose

    • Mental Health
    • 4.8, 24 Ratings

"Happiness is not a destination, it's a means of travel." This podcast is an open discussion with Life Coach Glenn Ambrose, of Life Enhancement Services of Rhode Island. We'll be discussing the things that really matter in life, the lessons we learn from what happens to us/what happens for us, and finding peace, joy, and laughter along the way. You can learn more about Glenn at: www.life-enhancement-services.com

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

GirlReadsComics ,

If you want to change your life...

Listen to this podcast. =)

Heart First Michelle ,

So Helpful!

This is a great podcast for anyone looking to improve themselves, their life or relationships! I’ve found lots of value and helpful information in every episode! Glenn truly has a lot of knowledge to share.

Glenn Ambrose Podcast Review ,

Lacking in polish and editing

I've been listening to this podcast consistently for awhile now and it seems to be going downhill a bit. I contiinally find portions of the podcasts tedious to get through when Ben starts speaking on them. I think I speak for most people - we are listening to this podcast to actually hear Glenn speak about the topic of the day. Listening to Ben chime in throughout the entire 30 minutes talking about himself and droaning on in that off putting nasally voice of his (maybe see a doctor about that?) about things that are not interesting or contribute is just annoying. I always have to fast forward through those sections. It's unfortunate because I do gain positive things from Glenn himself, but this extra fluff and unncessary input and chatter is not helpful and it just takes away from the message. There was one recent podcast where Ben actually went into detail about some video game he played and how he was rating his skill on that game and I'm thinking to myself WHO CARES? I cannot believe they leave things like that in the podcast. IIt's almost like they don't take it that seriously if they are going to record such nonsense in a podcast such as this.

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