What do you do when you feel stuck or unmotivated in your business? Six years into this journey, I’m still learning new ways to approach my work and the importance of creating time and space for self-reflection. Today I’m sharing lessons from my recent launch and how to get back on track in your coaching business.
Category: Intentional Use of Self
When disagreements arise, it’s merely because we are human. It’s a normal occurrence that we can learn how to maneuver within our coaching relationships. In today’s episode, we’re diving into conflict and what to do when you and your client disagree with each other.
There are two central fears that plague many of us as coaches. They keep us up at night and cause us to play it small in an effort to stay safe. Today I’m sharing how these fears can serve us and what we can do to manage them as we build our successful coaching businesses.
Today I’m sharing the story of how my coaching business came to be and all of the mistakes I made along the way. The concepts and principles we’re talking about are applicable throughout the lifespan of your business so whether you’re brand new or you’ve been in practice for years, I think you’ll really enjoy this episode.
Today I’m sharing my top 10 takeaways from the past 100 episodes about responsibility, creating content, processes, marketing, and purpose. We’re going beyond the podcast and into the journey of being a content creator, coach, and human being.
Whether you’ve had a potential client who leaves you hanging in an empty Zoom call or a client who disappears without a trace, you’re not alone. I’m sharing some ways we can prevent this from happening in the first place and what to do when it does happen to you because if it hasn’t yet, it probably will.
As coaches, I believe it’s our ethical obligation to be trauma-sensitive so that we can show up and serve our clients powerfully and safely. Lisa Kuzman joins me on this episode to talk about what it means to be trauma-sensitive, what it looks like to bring a trauma-sensitive approach to our work, and more.
As coaches, we are very familiar with mindset work. Today I’m taking a step back and sharing my definition of mindset and the things that I focus on when I’m working with clients and when I’m training people to become certified coaches.
While it’s important to identify and describe our values, we can’t stop there. Today I’m sharing the four common mistakes we make when it comes to exploring meaning in our lives and how you can avoid them.
While meditation can be a wonderful mindfulness practice, there are many other ways to practice mindfulness. In this episode, I’m sharing what mindfulness looks like for me and the mindful experiences I incorporate into my everyday life.