To build and grow a sustainable, profitable, and fulfilling coaching practice, you need the right blend of powerful coaching skills and savvy business strategy.
On the Coach with Clarity Podcast, join ICF-credential coach and trainer Lee Chaix McDonough to discover exactly what it takes to be a transformational coach AND a successful business owner.
Whether you’re brand new to the world of coaching or you’re looking to grow or scale your business, you’re in the right place.
It’s time to take your coaching to the next level. It’s time to become a Coach with Clarity.
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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.
Today I’m calling out the growing no-sales-calls movement. Connection calls are a vital part of shaping the community aspect of our programs and skipping over them does both you and your members and students a disservice. I’m sharing the benefits of doing these calls and how you can establish and cultivate community within your group program.
We’re exploring the top three hidden benefits I’ve found from my own experiences in coach training and while facilitating an ICF-certified coach training program.
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.