Have You Worked With a Coach Before? (I Haven’t…)

I have been thinking about this for some time…I found a guy named Ryan Eliason, I don’t recall how I found him as it was some time ago but his focus really attracted me. His focus is on Social Entrepreneurs. I am actually listening to a webinar he is doing right now and really think that it could be very helpful for me.

I find myself split between my focus of Moms With MS, (which I’m implementing a new strategy for as we speak), my focus on my “Medical Analytics Fantasy” that I always have in the back of my mind, my Necklaces that I (was) selling via Shopify, and all the other things like my garden, parenting, and my overall increasing wellness strategy.

From what I’ve heard it is good to focus on one thing at a time but it feels like it is impossible to put any of these to the side…I’m thinking I might have to sign up with this Ryan guy…

Do you work with a coach? Has it helped you much? Please let me know anything you want to share in the comments below…

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2 Responses to Have You Worked With a Coach Before? (I Haven’t…)

  1. LJ says:

    having just read your post (written almost two years ago to the day – odd) I find myself wondering the same thing about Ryan’s class – should I or shouldn’t I. I do know that over 70,000 people signed up for his free intro to the visionaryentreprenuer program so that is pretty amazing – and I know a few people who are his clients – people I follow myself. So now I’m wondering – did you ever take the course? Let me know – thanks ~LJ (ps sorry if this is a repeat comments – I forgot to check off the “I’m not a spammer” LOL

  2. Kristin says:

    Hi LJ! I did end up taking the course. I thought that it was very inspirational and loved meeting and connecting with so many change-makers. I did have a hard time with part of it that would hopefully be non-issue for you or has changed since I took the class which was the sheer amount of content that I was expected to print out and use.

    At the time I did not have a printer, or a job with one, so it was awkward for me to print things out and it put me behind in the course pretty quickly. Soon after life happened and I got distracted and have moved a few times since then. It’s something I’ve considered someday doing again, but not til I’m in a more stable life phase with access to a good printer.

    Hope that helps! I still subscribe to his emails and love to see what he’s up to, I love what he is doing to help people to make the world a better place. – Kristin

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