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Marlie Love
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Marlie Love is a life coach who helps people embrace their worth and step into their life purpose, by unleashing their hidden potential. At one time, Marlie didn't know her worth and purpose. Instead of retreating and settling for a life others told her she needed to live, she began to seek (and she found!). She began to dig deeper into God's word and develop a genuine relationship with God. Marlie was once a professional millennial that didn't know her worth and purpose. Instead of retreating, and settling for a life others told her she needed to live, she began to seek (and she found!). She began to dig deeper into God's word, and develop a genuine relationship with God. Although Marlie had been a Christian her whole life, she realized she didn't really know what that meant.  Marlie has written a book detailing her five-step purpose plan titled "Five Steps to Find your Purpose and Destiny: A Guide to Help you Find the True You", now available on Amazon. Marlie is also the host and creator of the TV show & podcast, "Purpose is for ALL," where she interviews people from all areas of life about how they discovered their purpose and how they are currently fulfilling it. The TV show can be found the The Now Network and YouTube. The podcast can be found on Anchor Radio, iTunes, Google Podcasts, and many other podcast platforms.  Marlie Love obtained her graduate certification in Positive Psychology from the University of Missouri – Columbia in May 2016. She received her bachelor's degree in general studies from Southeast Missouri State University in May 2010. Marlie Love was born in St. Charles, Missouri on July 13, 1987. She is married to a wonderful man named Anthony. She has two cute dogs, Boomer and Rocky. She loves Jesus, loves to travel, and enjoys living life to the fullest. 
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