I don’t want anyone who starts out with such awesome intentions about doing good in the world to end up like I did... sleeping on a futon in a cramped office filled with everything you own (that hadn’t been sold yet to pay the bills).
Cor is the program I wish would have been around back then, when I decided to leave Corporate America and pursue this crazy dream of becoming a coach.
In some ways, I’m glad I went through my personal financial crisis because I am now uniquely qualified to speak to you from both sides of the entrepreneurial success game.
I can tell you the truth about what really works and what doesn’t.
Over the last ten years, I’ve had the pleasure of coaching hundreds of incredible clients around the world. I also lead wilderness retreats in gorgeous destinations and have plenty of time to spend pursuing my many hobbies or just hanging out watching a basketball game with my husband, Sean. (Go Bulls!)
A while back, I polled my Facebook following on their interest in becoming a coach. People responded by saying they’d like to “make a difference,” “make a living helping others,” and help “change someone’s life.”
Maybe one of those responses was yours.
When I asked what holds them back from pursuing coaching as a career, the responses could be filtered into two main problems:
1) "I don’t know where to start."
2) "How can I leave my current job and make enough money to sustain my lifestyle?"
Now, I’m guessing you’re either in a job and you’re feeling “the nudge” to do something different, something more with your life.
Or, you’ve started coaching already, but haven’t had much momentum.
My question for you is…
How long will you ignore the nudge?
Are you allowing fear, or ego, or naivety to hold you back from what you know to be your calling?
If you’re like me, you’re tough and resilient and can make it through the worst of times, but I want to remind you…
You don’t have to do this alone.
My goal is to set you up to win as a coach.