The profession of coaching has given my life just about everything.
I met my husband at a coaching conference, some 17 years ago. The founder of personal coaching was teaching, live and in-person, the great Thomas J. Leonard.
I had my first experience of real community and purpose through coaching.
I have met some of my very best friends from coaching.
I have supported myself and my family, earning nearly 2 million dollars through coaching alone, over 20 years.
Together, Drew and I have been at the coaching game for 40+ years, and we like to think we have some insights to share about the profession.
We just recorded the first episode of our new podcast, Happy Little Practice, where our goal is to show you "the stuff behind the stuff" when it comes to building a sustainable, happy, and profitable coaching practice.
On this first episode, we discuss some of the fundamental mindsets required to make it in private practice.
It's informal, there are no fancy intros and outros, and it's pretty darn solid and enjoyable to listen to, if I do say so myself.
You may even hear Buddy the Cat make an appearance. (Because I'm a pro and the kittehs rule.) ;)
You can listen and subscribe here (free!):
Here's to creating your own #happylittlepractice,
Happy Little Practice: Where moms in coaching create a small, simple, business that makes a difference, makes great money and makes their family happy too.
PS - If you're new to podcasts, this is a great way to get started. I listen to them on my evening walks, while folding laundry, when I'm cooking or while driving. I have found them to be a wonderful source of inspiration, insight and mindset game changer. Drew listens during his daily morning workout and while working on house projects and making our home beautiful.
PPS - Story Pirates if the BEST podcast for kiddos, says my 6 and 8 year old. In case you need one for them, I got you covered.