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Is It Too Late To Take Your Coaching Business Virtual? Interview With Caitlin Gill
Is It Too Late To Take Your Coaching Business Virtual? Interview With Caitlin Gill

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Is It Too Late To Take Your Coaching Business Virtual? Interview With Caitlin Gill

Personal Coach Caitlin Gill talks about what that transition was like and what tools she was able to draw upon to make it happen, both personal and technical.

It’s April, and we hear the news every day that large social gatherings are going to be possible again very soon. So does this mean it’s too late to get into the virtual game? Has the opportunity for offering online classes and events to anyone and anywhere passed you by? Or is there still a chance to get on board and double-down on all the lessons learned from this last year, and do what you’ve always wanted to do? In the case of my guest in this episode, Caitlin Gill, that goal was to elevate her role as a meditation instructor into a personal coach. Caitlin talks about what that transition was like and what tools she was able to draw upon to make it happen, both personal and technical. Her story, not unlike her workshops, is about transformation… something we’re all probably still undergoing on some level or another. But I don’t want to make it sound easy. Transformation takes work, as Caitlin herself teaches. And in this episode, we’ll learn about where that work begins.
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