What’s one of the key components to being a successful coach?

by | Nov 1, 2018 | Business-Building Resources

When I first started my health and life coaching business back in 2011 (before I pivoted to become a Legal Coach & Attorney), everyone wondered if I was insane.

I believed in coaching, but everyone around me thought becoming a “health and life coach” was a crazy idea. My friends at my day job had no idea what a life coach was. My parents were worried I was going to ruin my income by quitting my 9-5 job and losing my stable income.

If you’ve ever thought about becoming a life coach, there’s someone I want you to meet who’s guided individuals who identify as women all over the world as they’ve launched and grown successful life coaching practices.

Most importantly she’s teaching women to do it supported and embraced by a loving sisterhood of like-minded women.

She’s my good friend who calls herself the “coach for coaches”, Jeannine Yoder.

Jeannine (she also goes by “Jey”) grew her own life coaching business to achieve financial freedom in just 14 months. She also got featured on the cover of the New York Times and loves everything about the life she’s designed for herself.

She’s taught women all around the world how to use key techniques to launch and grow their own successful life coaching businesses built on a feminine foundation for sustainable success.

Annnnnd she has a fabulous FREE Mentor Masterclass Holiday Challenge!

Starting November 6th, you’ll learn the process Jey teaches women to grow their coaching businesses and achieve financial freedom with ease, flow and femininity.

One of the things I love about Jeannine is that she doesn’t believe in competition.

Instead, she’s created a true sisterhood of women from around the world. They lift each other up, share resources, celebrate the good times and provide support during the not-so-good times.

Because when you feel truly supported and loved, you can go after all your big dreams in life with confidence!

Get ready to feel inspired as Jey teaches you how to launch your own life coaching business (for free!) in her Mentor Masterclass Holiday Challenge.

The Holiday Challenge includes 20+ top notch celebrity coaches including:

  • Rochelle Schieck, creator of Qoya
  • Nisha Moodley
  • Danielle Laporte
  • Nicole Moore
  • Erin Stutland
  • and ME!! (though I don’t think of myself as a “celebrity coach” – ha!)

You’ll be introduced to a new challenge and mentor every day for 24 days of soulful practices.

I’ll be appearing with my legal wonder-twin Gena Shingle Jaffe with legal tips and a quick action step you can take (while still having time to wrap your holiday gifts!) during the Holiday Challenge!

The most unique and beautiful feature in this challenge is the community of women and the support throughout the transition to a new year. No one will be left behind in this group. And most importantly, you’ll be building your confidence and deciding if you’re ready to become a life coach.

In the Mentor Masterclass Holiday Challenge, you receive:

  • Sisterhood and Personal Support from Jey
  • Coaching and Business Resources
  • Rituals to stay grounded and focused during the holiday season.
  • Exclusive insight and support from 20+ of the hottest coaches in the industry.
  • Details about the process Jey discovered is the key to thriving as a life coach.

There’s no perfect time to start making your dreams come true. It doesn’t matter if you think you need more practice, a better website, or even if you’re unsure about whether you even want to become a coach.

Come as you are, take one intentional step each each day of the free challenge and watch as you grow into a respected life coach who makes a difference in people’s lives.

The time is now –  the challenge starts on November 6th!

Don’t miss this fun, easy, and quick Holiday Challenge with bite-sized tips throughout the holidays – I’ll be cheering you on! (Click here to reserve your spot on the guest list.

I fully believe in Jeannine Yoder and the power of her programs and community, and in full disclosure (like a good lawyer!), I need to tell you that I’ll earn a referral fee if you sign up for any of her offers through me, but you should know that she is AMAZING and I wouldn’t promote her or her work unless I fully believed in it. Promise.