Connect who you are to a coaching business you love

Join The Challenge: Launch a Life Coaching Business You Love

How Do I Help You Love Your Coaching Business?

Are you a life coach or solopreneur with soul? Has your business gone off track, is it stuck in neutral, or suffering from a failure to launch? If so, I can help. Through my own journey to “fix” first my career & then my business, I discovered that my soul's calling is helping others connect with who they really are in order to love what they do. I know it’s possible because I’ve done it, & I’ve helped others achieve their perfect kind of success. As both a Martha Beck trained Life Coach & Master Certified Duct Tape Marketing Consultant, I combine life & business coaching to help you rediscover who you are, connect who you are to a business you love, & share your important work with the world.

Coaching Programs

Find Your Soul's Calling

For Coaches, Solopreneurs & Career Professionals

You know you want to be a life coach. You know you have a higher purpose and a strong desire to be of service. But you’re not sure exactly what your soul is calling you to do. And this makes getting clear on your life coaching career virtually impossible. Get unstuck by connecting who you are to your coaching career.

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Love Your Coaching Business

For Coaches & Solopreneurs with Soul

Get super clear on your life coaching (or solopreneur) business and make sure it’s in line with who you are and what you really want – so you’ll be ready to create that website, set-up your marketing, and move your business forward with confidence and clarity.

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Love Your Marketing

For Life Coaches & Solopreneurs with Soul

Is marketing a roadblock to serving your tribe? Take the mystery and ick out of marketing with a program that starts with YOU first. Get clear on your business and learn marketing best practices, while designing a marketing plan full of all the stuff you love to do, and none of the stuff you don’t.

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Blake Ponuick

“I have worked with  Nicole from Corner Your Market for more than eight years now. Nicole has been essential to building the marketing strategy at four different companies I have worked with. Whether it’s coaching executives on their marketing and business strategy or providing insight into strategy, programs, packages and services, Nicole brings a strong sense of energy, enthusiasm, confidence, clarity to every project. And she is an absolute pleasure to work with and approaches difficult problems with humour and diplomacy.”

Blake Ponuick: President, Axiom Strategy Group, VP Operations, Preston Mobility
Eitan High Res Photo

“I highly recommend Nicole Croizier and Corner Your Market for any coach, consultant or small business owner looking to gain clarity over their business and marketing strategy, grow their firm, and achieve the type of success they really want. I have worked with Nicole for more than three years and find her to be highly practical, strategic, ethical and creative. She really cares about her clients and becomes an integral part of your team.”

Eitan Sharir: President, Dynamic Achievement Group
Justin and Brenda Sturges

Nicole’s Love Your Business Again Program created a huge impact on how we manage our business, and what products and services we focus on. Being a husband and wife team we need to divide up work based on our strengths and stay in our power zones when working for our clients. Nicole’s program gave us clarity about ourselves, our strengths and our dreams together and individually. We made critical decisions that have brought more peace into our business by focusing more on what we love to do and unlocking higher profits while doing it. Amazing! Justin and Brenda Sturges, Systemadik

Justin & Brenda Sturges, Owners, Systemadik
MIranda Myles

First day at my new workplace today! Feels great. Thanks for all of your coaching and encouragement!

Miranda Myles, Emergency Management Leader

Recent Posts

Launch A Life Coaching Business You Love Challenge

Have you been hesitating to launch your life coaching business? Questioning whether running a life coaching business is even possible? Or have you already started coaching, but things aren’t going quite as you expected, and you’re not sure you launched your business the right way? Then join me for the Launch Your Life Coaching Business Challenge! I am going to launch my own life coaching business – live. And I challenge you to launch right along with me. Every week I’ll be working on a different step from my Love Your Business and Love Your Marketing programs (for a jump start consider joining my new All Systems Launch course with the amazing Meagan English this September). And I’m going to share everything I do in a private Facebook group, podcast and blog. And I would absolutely love it if you would join me. We can share all of our insights, setbacks, succ... Continue Reading →

Have you launched your life coaching business – or are you just doing stuff?

A few weeks ago, I was talking to a friend (another life coach), who commented, “Wow – you’re doing so much these days – you’re really on fire. It’s amazing how you’ve launched your business and are doing so well”.  And they weren’t talking about my marketing business (which is humming along nicely). They were talking about my life coaching business. Two different things in my mind. My reaction was a huge “Huh?” I was really taken aback. The reality is that last year at about exactly this same time, I was ready to put a plan in place to transition away from marketing altogether and re-launch my business as a life coach. I had completed the Martha Beck & Koelle Simpson life and equus coach training programs, and had just returned from an amazing retreat with Bev Barnes where I finally realized my purpose as a coach (and became endorsed as a Soul’s Callin... Continue Reading →

This is Not What I Expected.

For I can’t remember how long, one of my favorite sayings has been: “The biggest driver in unhappiness and dissatisfaction is not so much WHAT happens, but the gap between your EXPECTATION of what you thought should happen - and what actually happened.” I think that’s where I’m at right now with our house sale and move to a new town. We sold our house two months ago. It was a hot market in Vancouver, and we got a great price for our house. And we planned to move to a horse acreage in the interior of British Columbia – where the prices were much lower for a lot more land. I knew the move was going to be stressful (and it was) and I was going to be sad about leaving the house we’d lived in for 13 years (I was). But while I was stressed out and sad, I was actually not unhappy. Why? Because I expected to feel both of those things. But I have been unhappy and diss... Continue Reading →

Are You Prepared to Launch Your Business?

If you’re like a lot of solopreneurs, you’re talented at what you do, but you may not have a strong background in business, marketing or entrepreneurship.  So once you’ve completed your training program and are ready to get your important work out to the tribe that needs you – you’re not sure where to start – or what you need to do to get ready to launch. There are a lot of resources out there on how to technically “launch” your business (aka – launch  your initial marketing campaign), but not so much on what you actually need to have in place first – before any type of “launch marketing campaign” can ever be successful. Before I became a life coach, I spent more than a decade in corporate marketing, and then launched and ran my own successful marketing consulting business. Because my background was in business, marketing and entrepreneurship, I knew what ... Continue Reading →

How Does WHERE you Work Affect How Much You LOVE your Work?

For me, a huge part of loving what I do - is about also loving where I do it. I work from home, and before we sold our house two months ago, I had a dedicated home office. But 90% of the time I didn't work there. Instead, I wandered from spot to spot in the house. Each spot seemed to inspire or motivate me in different ways. And if I got frustrated or felt stuck - I changed spots. And it wasn't because I didn't have a great office. I did. It was set up exactly the way I liked it, it had a great view, and it was super comfortable. But I simply couldn't work in one spot for a long stretch of time. Ok, well that's not completely true. I have, in the past, physically worked from one spot for long stretches of time. For eight hours a day to be precise. Back in my corporate days. In an office, small cubicle, or worse, a desk in an open work space with no privacy whatsoever. And it felt l... Continue Reading →