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This will save you time and make you money

If you are a coach of any kind or aspire to be a coach or entrepreneur in the wellness industry, I am committed to helping you thrive both personally and professionally.

As you may know, I started my coaching practice in 2004 when no one knew about life coaching. It was also a time when being an entrepreneur and leaving a “safe” corporate job was not nearly as common as it is today. There were not many resources out there that taught how to build a more heart-centered business. And there were also not a lot of other people my age pursuing the same thing. So I had to figure a lot out on my own.

In the figuring it out process, I made a lot of mistakes but I also discovered a way to build a thriving business in the personal development space that did not require me to overwork or go into debt.

Today I am proud to say that I never see the work I do in my career as a coach, speaker, podcast host, retreat facilitator and author as work. One of the things I love doing most is teaching other entrepreneurs in the coaching and wellness space, how to thrive professionally – and save you from wasting your time and making a lot of the mistakes I made.

That is why I am so excited to invite you to my Masterclass Workshop for coaches and wellness entrepreneurs on June 30th and July 1st in San Diego, where I will teach you what it took me nearly a decade to learn.

We are going to cover a LOT of ground over the weekend that will empower you to become both MASTERFUL and PROFITABLE in your career. You need both. You cannot just be a great coach or trainer and expect to be profitable. And you cannot just follow systems to generate income without being exceptional at your craft.

I know you may be thinking, “How are you going to teach us all that in two days?”

Well here’s the thing . . . since I have been doing this for so long and have already coached hundreds of coaches, I already know what is in your way (because it’s been in my way too), and I know how to create shifts that will get you out of your way.

Here are some common limiting beliefs that we will be busting through over the weekend:

You think you need more training.
You think you need a better website.
You are afraid to leave your “safe” job.
You think you need to be more evolved, more “there”, more enlightened and have your life more perfect before you can help others.
You are focused too much on serving people and not focused enough on making money.
You believe there is too much competition out there.
You suffer from imposter syndrome (who am I to be coaching others?).
You’re comfortable with coaching people but when it comes to talking about your fees and actually enrolling them as a client, you cringe.
You treat it too much like a hobby and not like a business.
You are worried about being judged so you do not blog or do social media.
You edit and re edit and re edit and stall and stall when it comes to putting any content out publicly.
You feel overwhelmed.
You question whether you are good enough to coach or truly help others.
Any of those ring true? I’m guessing that there were a few (or all of them) that resonated. You are not alone!! It is common for entrepreneurs in the coaching and wellness space to encounter a lot of self-doubt because you are dealing with other people’s lives. That is not something to take lightly! However, your self-doubt and limiting beliefs are actually getting in the way of serving people (and being able to pay your bills doing something you love!).

The other thing that may be getting in your way is not investing in your own training. One of the pinnacles to my success is investing in myself by hiring coaches and doing trainings that truly resonate with me.

Many of you have shared with me that you resonate with my work. That also means you resonate with how I work and the lifestyle I live. If you come to my Masterclass, you will learn directly from me and Jill Esplin, who has worked with me for over eight years in every aspect of our business, how we thrive professionally without sacrificing our personal lives. We are pulling back the curtain on our business and showing you how you can have the career and lifestyle of your dreams.

You will also have the opportunity to get one-on-one coaching from me that will be priceless.

There is limited space at this event so GO HERE to read more of the
details and claim your spot.

Questions about whether this Masterclass is right for you? Jill has the answers so please email her: jill@christinehassler.com

You deserve a career that is both profitable and fulfilling! And you CAN have it. I promise. Take a big step and enroll today! I got you ☺

Love,

Christine

Coaches Corner: Building a Tribe with Giovanni Marsico

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Giovanni Marsico is the founder of Archangel – a community of superhero entrepreneurs, leaders and gamechangers that are making the world a better place through mission-driven entrepreneurship and philanthropy.  

In this Coaches Corner we talk about the importance of finding your tribe or like-minded people — especially if you are an introvert or feel like a “black sheep” in some way.

Giovanni hosts his large-scale fundraiser in Toronto every September for thousands of entrepreneurs called Archangel Summit where all of the proceeds are used to support various charities and offer micro-loans to entrepreneurs creating positive impact.   He also runs a invitation-only, private community called Archangel Masters for highly successful entrepreneurs impacting the lives of millions of people.

Learn more here: http://www.archangelsummit.com/

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These stats disturbed me!

I recently came across some statistics that got my attention . . .

In order to gain a deeper understanding of the motivations and desires of entrepreneurs, Amway conducted the Amway Global Entrepreneurship Report where they researched key drivers and behaviors of entrepreneurs.

This year they focused on the “entrepreneurial spirit” (see why this got my attention!) and surveyed of 50,000 people across the globe.

They discovered all kinds of interesting things but the three things that stood out to me the most were:

  1. Female respondents are less willing to start a business compared to male respondents because they feel less likely to be supported by those close to them
  2. As age increased, respondents are less inclined to becoming self-employed
  3. 70% of respondents said FEAR of failure was the #1 obstacle to becoming an entrepreneur (even if they wanted to be one)

Okay, this is NOT okay – check out my rant and huge dose of encouragement if you fall into one of the above categories in my vlog.

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