The Certified Clarity Coach training program is designed as a comprehensive training program that meets you wherever you are in your coaching journey. It’s a program that can change lives but I also understand that not everyone should pursue certification. Today I’m discussing the reasons a coaching certification may not be right for you.
Category: Coaching Skills
Wendy Naiman of Shining Light Coaching joins us to share her perspective as one of the first graduates of the Certified Clarity Coach program.
One of the best parts of being a coach and having your own business is the amount of flexibility you have in structuring your day. Today I’m sharing a behind-the-scenes look at what my life looks like as well as the three elements that go into a typical day for a coach.
The three challenges that I routinely face in my coaching practice as both a coach and a business owner and the strategies I use and love for making my way through them.
Today I’m shining a light on what it means to be a Certified Clarity Coach and the aspects we focus on within the program to help you become the powerful coach you want to be.
I’m giving you a look behind the scenes at the three major lessons I learned in creating a certification program and sharing how you can use them to make the process of creating your group programs, courses, and masterminds easier.
How much should you share? How will sharing serve your clients? What are you comfortable with? We’re talking about why transparency in coaching is important and how to figure out what’s appropriate for you, your clients, and your audience.
While the messaging that your success and your happiness is exclusively dependent on your mindset can be empowering for some people, it ignores the very real external obstacles that many people face in our society. We’re talking about our responsibilities as coaches doing mindset work with clients.
In part three of our scaling small series, I’m answering the questions I get asked most frequently about starting, launching, and growing group programs in your coaching business.
We’re continuing our exploration of what it means to scale small, with a dive into launching a membership program in your coaching business. I’m walking you through the key questions to ask yourself before starting your membership program and how to get it off the ground.