Sarah Argenal is on a mission to eradicate the burnout epidemic that is crushing working parents. She offer programs to individuals and organizations to integrate mental and emotional support for parents in the workplace. She walks parents through a 4 step framework to craft a life.
April Harter has built an anti-racism coaching program, and she’s doing things in a totally new way. If you haven’t heard the first half of our conversation, go back to Part 1, where we talked about the business she’s built. This week we delve further into her mindset shifts, self-care, and boundaries. You’ll hear April’s advice for her former self, and you might find that a lot of it applies to you.
Got a plan for your business? Sometimes things change and your plan has to change quickly. Georgia was set to start her therapy practice in her new city, LA, but getting licensed was taking longer than she had expected. She made a fast pivot and opened a practice as a sexuality and relationship coach instead. Listen as Georgia describes all the brave steps she took, from getting publicity to networking at multi-industry events.
Topics Discussed In This Episode:
Mistakes she made and what she’d do differently
Diversifying her practice
Working as a coach rather than a therapist
Her niche helping folks around kink, poly, open relationships
Networking at multi-industry events
What she did to get known in LA before she moved there
Deciding how much of her personal story to share on her website
Being interviewed on a talk show
Why she created 12 week programs in her coaching practice
Keeping her overhead low
Her advice for a therapist who has relocated