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How to Level Up in Real Life

As a life coach in Israel, I have heard all of the reasons why people think that they can’t level up.  No time, no skill, and a long list of other excuses.  So, in this short article I am going to give you a simple five-step process on how to level up in life and improve your lifestyle.



After you read this article, you are going to have a bubbly motivated feeling.  Moreover, right before you begin to take the action defined in step one… you probably will turn on your cell phone and start scanning Facebook and forget this article.


Leveling up is an obsession, and once you light the fire of discontent within yourself… it is a hard flame to put out.  It doesn’t matter where you’re at in your life right now.  Maybe you’re working at McDonald’s, or maybe you’re working at IBM.

Perhaps you are still a student, or an entrepreneur.  I don’t know exactly what you’re doing but it doesn’t matter because everyone reading this article wants to level up.  And for that alone, MUCH RESPECT.  You are obsessed.

Firstly, Brainstorm ideas in silence.

You will want to sit in a quiet room, and sit alone with your thoughts.

Secondly, Write down a plan.

Build a step-by-step process on how to execute the ideas that you have.

Key thing:  You have to write down your ideas in order to bring them into the physical world.

Thirdly, Get off your butt and accomplish the first part of your plan.

Time to take action and make some progress.

Fourthly, Relish in the accomplishment of the first part of your plan.

It is very important to give yourself credit for what you actually do.

Fifthly, Keep going!

Don’t take your foot off the gas for a second more than you need to.

-Claude Massey Consulting, Always Be Closing

PS Just in case you happen to be looking for a life coach in Tel Aviv, Israel… you know who to contact.

How to Level Up in Real Life


About the Author…

My name is Claude Massey I’ve been living in Israel for 10 years, and what an adventure it has been!  Moreover, how exactly did I become a career coach in Tel Aviv, Israel?

Here is my story…

About five years ago, I had a realization. That I was put here on this planet to teach and to share the knowledge I have.  Along with that powerful revelation, I had a powerful insight: “I want to open my own consulting business”.

As the start-up capital of the world, Israel has plenty of new companies with growing English-speaking sales teams.  Therefore, with my 15+ years of experience in the field of sales, I decided to open a sales training company.

At once, I went to an accountant to file the proper paperwork to legally operate my NEW sales consulting company. Afterwards, I began to use all of my spare time (at this point I had a full-time job for a high-tech company) after work and before work creating materials and trying to acquire clients.

I knew what I had to do and whom I wanted to target. 

I started cold calling companies in Tel Aviv, sending out emails, and doing everything in my power to try to generate momentum in my business .  Great news!  I was able to find my first few clients!

During my sales workshops, I would include my own personal life stories throughout.  Quite naturally, I did this and later learned along with learning many other useful tools, that this is an important part of running an effective training session.

At the conclusion of my sales training workshops, through telling stories and teaching specific sales techniques, two things would happen consistently happen:

Firstly, I would receive feedback that the sales training workshop provided massive value.  Secondly, one or two of the students in the course would privately approach me. 

They would speak with me about their struggles, not only in sales but also in life.

Then one time, a female student offered to pay me for a one-on-one sit down session outside of the office.  She asked me to help her figure out a better career path.  As a struggling entrepreneur, I accepted.  

Another student, at another company, approached me and offered to pay me for my time to help prepare him for a job interview.  Yes, he was planning to leave the sales job that he was at.

Similarly, another student from another workshop, at another company me to help them work with their confidence and being able to communicate efficiently.

This would happen again, and again.  Each person with his or her own challenge.  They knew I was not certified or professionally trained. Still, they would approach me and offer to pay me for my time.  To sit with them and help figure things out, and to give them my advice.

In addition, these first clients called me their “Life Coach” or “Career Coach“.

Moreover, I was able to help them!  At the conclusion of our 3 to 5 one-on-one sessions, they each had taken took massive steps forward towards the results they wanted.

Eventually, enough people paid me to sit down with them and called me their “Career Coach” or “Life Coach”… that I began to call myself a “Career Coach” and ”Life Coach”.

Most people set out to become a trained and certified life coach or career counselor before ever having a client.  However, I never said I wanted to be a life coach or a career counselor, this interesting and fulfilling profession came to me, literally

And that is the super-short story of how I became a Career Coach and Life Coach.

Now, 5 years later, I can say that I’m happy to say I have helped thousands of people.

I could share many stories of what it is like to be a career counselor and life coach in Israel.  In addition, I could also tell you about some adventures I’ve experienced as an American living in Israel for the last 10 years… however, I’ll save those stories for another time.

In conclusion, if you happen to be looking for an English-speaking career coach, or an English-speaking life coach in Israel… feel free to reach out. 

-Claude Massey Consulting, Always Be Growing

How to Level Up in Real Life


Contact Claude at 052-413-5562, or Send a Message Below Now!