I feel so honored to have been featured in the latest issue of the inspired COACH magazine along seven other amazing coaches!
Here’s a snippet of the feature:
What made you decide to become a coach?
For most of my life I’ve felt like an outsider. I regularly dealt with insecurity and often blamed my upbringing and surroundings as to why I wasn’t feeling happy or fulfilled. It was during a low point in my life when I realized I didn’t have to stay stuck. I learned I had the power to choose, change, and evolve. I was my only limit. Once I had this realization, everything changed. I was no longer stuck playing the victim and finally started taking responsibility for my life. I went from being lost, stuck, and lacking purpose to being the most fulfilled, aligned, and happiest version of myself. I realized that if I could change so many others who are in a similar position could too. That is why I’ve made it my mission to be a coach to support others in building a purposeful and intentional life. One that is fully aligned with who they are so they can show up everyday in the world being their best selves.
What is your coaching niche and area of client passion?
Helping ambitious women and new entrepreneurs get out of their own ways so that they can achieve their biggest personal and professional goals. From personal experience, I’ve learned that no matter what our goals are, whether that is starting a business, trying to hit a career milestone, or finding personal fulfillment, it is often not the strategy that brings us success. It’s our mindset, our thoughts, our emotions, our programming, and our behaviors that ultimately determine our results. Nothing makes me happier than being able to support other women break free from their negative subconscious programming so they can courageously go after their goals. Oftentimes we just need a little help getting there.
After you graduated as a coach what do you think were the most important steps you took to establish your business and attract clients?
i) Just get started. Don’t wait. You can start working with clients now. Your clients only care about whether you can help them or not which leads me to #2.
ii) Practicing and honing my craft. By being the best coach that you can be the results that you deliver will speak for themselves. The better the coach you are the more likely others will come back and want to refer you to their friends.
iii) Learning how to overcome my fear of putting myself out there. This was a big one for me since I’m an introvert! But know that it does get better with practice. It’s all about building relationships and it’s a lot of fun!
Check out the link below for the full article…