A better question might be, “IS RUNNING YOUR BUSINESS ENERGIZING OR EXHAUSTING?”?
If you’re like most life coaches I know, you didn’t wake up one day and think, “I want to be an entrepreneur and run my own business”.
More likely, you were in a regular 9-5 job and felt a sense that you were supposed to be doing something more, something different – and discovered life coaching.
So you signed up for life coach training, and the next logical step seemed to be setting up your own life coaching business – because that’s what life coaches do.
You likely enjoyed the idea of working for yourself because – well, the 9-5 world of structure and bureaucracy didn’t really suit you in the first place. You love the idea of setting your own hours and not have to answer to anyone.
And now that you’re in the process of transitioning from your career, you’re finding that designing a business that you love is challenging enough. But actually running your business on a day-to-day basis is where the, well I’ll just say horse poop, really hits the fan.
The reality is that as a life coach, how you run your business is just as important as the business itself. You left your 9-5 job for a reason. And you don’t want the daily running of the business you love to feel just like your soul sucking career.
And that’s where the concept of being an “Ergonomic Life Coach” comes in.
As an Ergonomic Life Coach™, you feel energized, inspired and in flow because you’ve aligned every aspect of your business around who you truly are, what you want, and how you naturally work best.
Just like experts have used physical ergonomics for years to design workplaces that are more in line with how people naturally function in order to free up more energy and inspire productivity – we can do the same with our minds.
The reality is that we all have a natural flow state & genius that is unique to who we are. And when you connect who you are to your business, you naturally free up more energy and feel more motivated & inspired. That’s what being an Ergonomic Life Coach is all about. And I believe it’s the key to loving what you do.
Grab my new eBook, Love Your Business, where I outline the seven steps new life coaches (and passionate solopreneurs) need to take to transition from their 9-5 job and design, market & run a business they love: