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The Power of A Man Ban!

It doesn’t matter how successful you were before becoming a professional coach, the inevitable drop in your bank account as you transition into your new career can truly dampen your spirit. But to be successful in this game, you cannot only measure your progress based on the amount of money in your bank. 

On today’s podcast episode, I coach Eric, who is the Chief of Staff to a VP at Google. He has helped grow their business past $100 billion and he wants to become a full time coach. I also coach Angela, who quit her 6-figure consulting business to become a full-time coach. And Deborah, who was the COO for one of the largest local non-profits in the US. 

I help Eric get in touch with his heart. I put Angela on a 90 day ban. And I help Deborah handle her fears about how to sustain the momentum in her business. 

The sound of insight is often very quiet and there comes a moment where each of them has a powerful insight moment…  

Listen here:

Love. Rich 


PS. More transparency here: almost 20 years into my coaching career, I still get nervous every time I launch a new program. When the first person signs up, it always feels like a fluke! And it’s only after the second person is in that I believe it’s real.

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