Educational Therapist Elizabeth Norwood came to coaching with Stephanie concerned that working as an independent educational therapist was not sustainable. She talks about how coaching made her feel supported the way her learners feel in session and how she learned how important it was to get paid. Elizabeth shares how coaching made her take aim and be clear on her goals. She talks about how coaching led to a mindset shift where she no longer took the scraps of what the universe was sending to her, and how setting her own schedule allowed her to continue following her passion with being of service while creating free time and increased productivity. Elizabeth shares how coaching helped her get out of her own way on her path toward a successful career and a sustainable, profitable business.

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