The struggling coach
I’ve worked with a tremendous number of coaches over the last fifteen years.
Life coaches, business coaches, health coaches, creative coaches….you name it.
Each has decided to shift from their old career into something new and more meaningful, like my friend Annie.
Annie’s 48, works in an office for a company supplying environmental cleanup services, and is totally sick of what she’s been doing in her work for the last seven years.
Both her her kids are in college. It’s an empty nest. Did I mention she’s also divorced? And she just can’t fathom having to drive the hour back and forth to work each day doing something that leaves her bored out of her mind for the next ten years til she retires.
So she chose to become a coach.