Let’s chat about something that hits close to home for many of us in the coaching world – those sky-high dreams that sometimes crash into the reality of what’s actually doable. You know what I’m talking about. That moment when a client comes to you, eyes sparkling with the kind of ambition that could light … [continue reading]
Follow Me On A 433 Day Journey To Building A Personal Brand
Have you ever wondered what it takes to build something from scratch, like being there when your favorite YouTuber started their channel? Or walking alongside Steve Jobs as he started and built Apple.
Well, I want to invite you to join my journey as I establish and build my personal brand. From daily challenges to big wins, I'll share the whole process - the highs, the lows, and everything in between. You can watch, you can learn, or if you're up to the challenge, you can do it with me!
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In the world of coaching and entrepreneurship, the lines between personal and professional life can often become blurred. It’s a path filled with passion, where our work often reflects our deepest values and aspirations. However, this deep connection to our work can sometimes lead to challenges in maintaining a healthy work-life balance, especially when it … [continue reading]
Let’s face it: the idea of firing a client sends shivers down the spine of most entrepreneurs and coaches. We’re in this business to help people, to guide them toward their goals, and watch them flourish. The notion of cutting ties with a client, then, feels counterintuitive, almost like admitting failure. But here’s the hard … [continue reading]
Yesterday, I dove into the pitfalls of concocting narratives in our minds based on others’ words. Today, let’s explore a powerful antidote to this issue: “already actively listening.” This concept might sound like a mouthful, but it’s quite simple in practice. “Already actively listening” is a barrier to genuine communication, where individuals are physically present … [continue reading]
Most people don’t listen. What they do is process the words that are spoken and turn them into a full-blown drama story in their mind. Let me give you a few examples of what I mean. Friend Cancelling Plans: There you are, excited for dinner with your best friend, and then you get the text: … [continue reading]
Have you ever been on a coaching call and suddenly found yourself at a loss for words? It happened to me the other day. There I was, trying to navigate a complex conversation, and just like that, the right words seemed to slip through my fingers. Afterward, I replayed the call in my head over … [continue reading]
Recently, during a coaching session, a client shared with me a feeling that’s all too common among us entrepreneurs: she was unhappy. Despite her successes, something was missing, and she couldn’t quite put her finger on what it was. As we dove deeper into the conversation, we realized it wasn’t the workload making her unhappy; … [continue reading]
A friend of mine brought up the other day that imposter syndrome was hitting him hard because he was stepping out to do something he had never done before. My advice was, “You don’t need to be the best; you just need to know more than those you are leading.” Now, I know this idea … [continue reading]
It’s easy to get caught up in the “if onlys.” Sound familiar? It’s a trap that can leave us feeling helpless and stuck, focusing on regrets or wishing for different circumstances. But here’s a truth I’ve come to realize: dwelling on the past won’t change it, and daydreaming about the future won’t make it happen. … [continue reading]
Jim Rohn once said something that struck a chord with me and has stayed with me through the years. He noted, “The same wind blows on us all; the winds of disaster, opportunity, and change. Therefore, it is not the blowing of the wind, but the setting of the sails that will determine our direction … [continue reading]
In my coaching sessions, a topic that consistently surfaces is the importance of understanding the difference between goals and tasks. It seems simple on the surface, yet this understanding is really important to you in moving the needle in your business growth. So, let’s break it down. A goal is your destination, the big picture, … [continue reading]
I recently had a conversation with a client who’s in transition of leaving their job and starting a consulting agency. They’ve worked in their industry for over a decade now and have a ton of in-the-trenches experience that they can offer their clients. The thing is, they are so used to collecting a paycheck that … [continue reading]