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Bret Michaels: From rock star to life coach?

Bret Michaels: From rock star to life coach?

BRET MICHAELS: The Life Rocks Seminar is named after his Life Rocks Foundation, which supports research into diabetes and cancer and also backs military veterans' organizations and pet charities. Photo: Associated Press

Rocker Bret Michaels is set to add lifestyle coach to his resumé by hosting his first ever Life Rocks Seminar in Orlando, Florida this autumn.

The Poison frontman will share his advice on “health, wealth, life, love, music and the pursuit of flawsomeness (sic)” and give attendees tips on “how to succeed through the best and worst of times” at the unique event.

A limited number of tickets for the Sept. 24 conference will go on sale on Friday and if it’s a success, Michaels plans to turn the gathering into an annual affair.

The Life Rocks Seminar is named after his Life Rocks Foundation, which supports research into diabetes and cancer and also backs military veterans’ organizations and pet charities.

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