Mars Venus Success Coaching is pleased to announce that the first office has opened in Germany.
Las Vegas, NV, March 20, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Success Coach Michael Kubina has opened an office in Ilsede, about 40 km east of the major center of Hanover with a population of over 500,000 and the home base of a major Volkswagen plant.
Michael has enjoyed over 14 years of professional, business, and personal experiences within the financial coaching field, and over 10 years in the personal and business coaching field. Originally trained as a Coach in the Dresdner Bank, Michael has owned and operated his own independent enterprise since 2003. His experience as a financial planner has enabled him to amass a wealth of knowledge and experience in both the personal/relationship as well as the business arenas.
He attended several coaching programs in workshops for financial institutes and has gained managerial and personal responsibility before becoming the first German practitioner under the Mars Venus Coaching brand founded on the principles and programs of bestselling author John Gray, Ph.D.
Michael's first exposure to professional coaching was as a client. By working with a coach he was able to gain a clearer "outside looking-in perspective" - particularly with the priorities of his life and business. He was so impressed with the results he experienced from working with his own coach that he decided to become a coach himself.
Michael works with individuals, groups, couples, business owners, managers and leaders. Being multi-lingual, Michael can also provide his services in a variety of languages - specifically in English, French, or German.
"Michael's financial and coaching backgrounds, as well as his personal focus, are solid building blocks in getting our operation in Germany started," commented Rich Bernstein, Mars Venus Success Coaching CEO. "As an entrepreneur himself, Michael understands the challenges of launching a business and this experience will go a long way, along with our coaching systems, to helping business owners in Germany as in the rest of the world."