This might surprise you, but I’m not an easy coach to work with. If you’re looking for someone to really go easy and not dive into ALL. THE. THINGS. you truly WOULD NOT enjoy working with me.
I don’t expect you to bring a piece of paper and a pen to our first call ready to take notes. I expect you to show up as you, with your vision, your ideas, and, quite frankly, your own notes (i.e. data) so that we can build and scale the business that works for YOU (not me). I expect you to be open, vulnerable, and put it ALL on the table.
None of my clients have the same business model that I have and it’s because I’m committed to YOUR truth, YOUR innovation, and YOUR empowerment. None of my clients walk away from our time together not feeling like they have made MASSIVE personal strides as well as strides in their business.
I *don’t* want you to do what I do. I *don’t* want to make it easy. I want to make it *worth it*. I want to give you a business you will love and make money from for YEARS to come and I *especially* want to make sure you have a lit up life right along with it. And honestly? That doesn’t always feel like smooth sailing at the beginning. But you know what it does? IT gets you RESULTS.
In this bonus episode, I share with you what I teach clients how to do (and why this is THE single biggest reason my clients create such epic results) as I talk about Why I’m a Hard Coach to Work With.
Whether or not you ever work with me 1:1, this will teach you EXACTLY what to look for in your next coach / mentor and the subtle shift that will make all the difference in your success.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
- How to guarantee long-term success in business through every season and industry shift (and the real truth behind getting big results online)
- The #1 thing to look for in your next coach, mentor, program, or mastermind (and the Q’s you need to ask BEFORE you invest)
- What it looks like to step into “CEO shoes” and how to make strategic CEO decisions that help you scale with more ease
Have you benefited from listening to this journey on LITerally?
(I’d love to hear about it!)