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Live Your Best Life NOW! 

Live and Work In Freedom, Flow, and Fun…

I‘m Darlene Loves, 

Dream Coach and Playologist

Honestly, it’s life just too special to spend one minute living out of alignment from the dreams in your heart? 

If you are a creative, a business professional or an entrepreneur you can TURN YOUR DREAMS INTO A REALITY and LIVE YOUR BEST LIFE NOW…

After all, we all want to be LIVING THE DREAM!”

In fact, most of us set out with a dream to create meaningful and rewarding work and a life we LOVE-creatively, spiritually, and financially!

Our true nature is to live from our hearts and create with the unique meaning-making magic that lies within each one of us.

Yet many of us get broken-hearted, discouraged and give up or settle for a life that we don’t love. We do enough to survive or we find something that gives us the crumbs of our vision, but not the whole cake.

We strive for the best and rally to keep our dreams alive but often that can start to feel like too much work with little or no reward and NO FUN. All this takes away our energy, chips away at our inspiration and leaves us in a whole world of stuck.

If this sounds like you, no worries you’re not alone! I know how hard it can seem to get the self-confidence, bravery, inspiration and support you need to keep the frustration, resentment and bitterness at bay.

I, myself, spent a lot of time in dead-end work and unfulfilling relationships before I was able to gather the necessary jewels to create my current juicy, loving, authentic and prosperous life.

I also know that with the proper inspiration and support, you too can live a life that is rich with meaning, purpose, joy, fun and financial freedom.

You deserve the BEST more.

So BOOK a call with me and start living your BEST life today! 


Karen Bell, Artist and Entrepreneur…

“Darlene’s has transformed my life in a deep and magical way. My new and improved playful attitude enabled me to attract opportunities, relationships, health and even money that wouldn’t have come into my life otherwise!”

Mindy Kittay, Business Professional…

“We had the great pleasure of having Darlene Loves present at our very first all-staff meeting at the Altadena Libraries. Most of our staff has been working together over a number of years and they have endured a lot of stress and anxiety over that time. With a new director (me) coming in there was/is a lot of hope but also fear of what will be changed and how it will be working with me. My goal was to give our staff the opportunity to open up and share with each other in a fun and playful way. Darlene accomplished this beautifully. It was such a joy for me to see everyone smiling and happy. Personally, I feel so much closer to all of the team because of this experience and I see more and more acts of kindness and respect towards one another in the workplace now. I do believe that this has been instrumental in our beginning to pull together as a true team.”


Frandy Pena, Business Professional and Entrepreneur…

“Hey, Darlene. I hope all is well and you’re playing lots! I want to thank you again for the session that you did for Keller Williams a few months back. I remember the part where you give us Legos had us build something fun, I built a mobile barbershop and talked about my dream. Well, shortly thereafter I earned a dream position as a project manager for a dream company who coincidentally/actually intentionally playing is part of their culture. Also, that dream barbershop is opening this weekend!!!!!!!” 

Play is The Way…

Steven Kotler (Rise of Superman)…

Whats painfully ironic here is that flow is a radical and alternative path to mastery only because we have decide that play- an activity fundamental to survival, tied to the greatest neurochemical rewards the brain can produce, and flat out necessary for achieving peak performance, creative brilliance and overall life satisfaction- is a waste of time for adults. If we are hunting the highest version of ourselves, then we need to turn work into play and not the other way round. Unless we invert this equation, much of our capacity for intrinsic motivation starts to shut down. We lose touch with our passion and become less than what we could be and that feeling never goes away. 

Stuart Brown M. D. (Play: How It Shapes The Brain)…

Many studies have demonstrated that people who continue to play games, who continue to explore and learn throughout life, are not only much less prone to dementia and other neurological problems, but are also less likely to get heart disease and other afflictions that seem like they have nothing to do with the brain.

People reach the highest levels of a discipline because they are driven by love, by fun, by play. The great performers perform as they do, and do so with such grace, because they love what they are doing, It’s not work it’s play.

Dr Joe Dispenza (Becoming Supernatural)…

To evolve your limited survival emotions, as an alchemist turns base metals like lead into gold, you are taking limiting emotions like anger, frustration, guilt, suffering, grief, and fear and turning them into elevated emotions, such as love, gratitude, and joy.

Maybe when we see, remember, and awaken to who we truly are, human beings can move as a collective consciousness from a state of surviving into a state of thriving. It’s then that we can emerge into our true nature and fully access our innate capacity as human beings- which is to give, to love, to serve, and to take care of one another and the Earth. 

Living, Working and Feeling Your BEST!


Fastest Road To A Meaningful Business and Life!


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