Thursday August 4, 2016
I was inspired to do this video because I often hear from coaches and entrepreneurs about having too many things on their plate. There’s a thousand and one projects happening and it can be very difficult to figure out how to finish them without the right habits in place to support that. As well, when you always have 'too much to do', it can easily cause you to get into overwhelm, frustration and stress. We all know that they are not good for business. That being said, here are 4 steps to getting things done (and staying out of overwhelm)...
Wednesday July 27, 2016
A lot of coaches, especially the news ones are already working really hard for not much. I hear it all the time that they set their income level goals low because they are afraid that they will have to work too hard to get it (I did this myself so I know it well!)
If you are reading this you are probably an entrepreneur and you know that I am not talking about the people who aren't doing much. I am talking about the people who are already working that great work ethic of theirs and can’t fathom losing anymore sleep to make a little bit more money.
If that’s you, get ready. You’re going to like this.
Thursday July 21, 2016
There's so much to learn when building a coaching business and stepping into the role of being the CEO of your own company is one of those things.
This is an interesting topic to tackle in the coaching industry because I think it is one of the biggest barriers that coaches and healers need to overcome in order to become a successful business owner.
There are two major skills that you need to learn in order to have a successful coaching business.
Thursday July 14, 2016
I love when books bring business lessons to life through personal stories. Here’s what I learned from the marble jar story (pages 45-49) in Brené Brown’s, Daring Greatly about leadership, building community and getting clients.
Wednesday July 6, 2016
I felt called to create this vlog because I’ve met a lot of coaches who feel bad that they ‘still have a bridge job’ or a partner who supports them financially while they are building their business.
They are making a negative meaning out of the situation they are in as if they are not capable of building their business or that there is something wrong with them because it is taking longer then they thought.
If this sounds like you and you feel bad that you have to have a bridge job or a partner who supports you, then you spend time in fear, doubt and lack. Guess what happens when you hang out there day after day? You’ve got it… not much.
Today, I want to give you two good reasons why having a bridge job, partner or parent who supports you, is really awesome.