Recently I was approached by a friend of a client (let’s call him Jeff!) who was “interested in maybe getting a bit of coaching” and he wanted to chat to me first before he made any decision, which was fine by me. Jeff’s opening question to me was: “will you tell me lots of things... Read more »
It is interesting to learn that Stacy started her first business at the age of 18, proving it is never too early to start doing what you love doing most.
Exactly 5 years, 3 months and 17 days after he answered his business coach he wanted his business to be like Early to Rise, he bought Early to Rise.
Proofreading transcripts was her main source of income and it didn't take long for her to turn it into a lucrative business.
Every now and then, you find someone who really stands out from the crowd and makes a big impression on you, and, for me, Kendra Wright is one of those people.
Amanda Bayerle is the co-founder of The True Challenge of which vision is based on the 3 key foundation of elements: Hope, Dream and Live.
Focusing on solutions is obvious, and Kim says that we need to exercise those muscles to help us change direction when we need to.
Last week I was having dinner with a friend of mine, and she asked me a question that stopped me in my tracks, and has been ringing in my head since!
Since it is January I see so much content about setting and achieving goals – and they are so right to bring attention to that.