From psychotherapy to business/money mindset coach, Nicole Lewis-Keeber shares her how she leveraged her background and training to create a unique niche in a crowded space
Perhaps one of the most difficult things to do is to deliberately shift away from a career you’ve spent money, time, and energy building—from schooling, certification and licensing, and years of practice. It’s the reason why many choose to stick to their present career path, even though it no longer fits or makes sense.
But there is a way to do it and people who have done it, and my guest in this episode is a great example.
Nicole Lewis-Keeber is a trained and licensed psychotherapist, who found herself burnt out after 18 years of clinical practice.
She took a break from her work, tried on a different hat, and began to work with a life coach who helped her figure out her next career move.
Today, Nicole is a money-mindset coach who helps her clients reveal and release their underlying blocks, master their mindset, and empower their future.
In this episode, Nicole talks about her own transition from a clinical practitioner to a coach, and how she leverages her background and training to create a unique niche in an increasingly crowded space (coaching).
Nicole and I also talk about what money issues might look or sound like so you can identify patterns in yourself, where it comes from, and what you can do to begin addressing these mental blocks.
As a society, we’ve all been kind of indoctrinated into a way of thinking about money that indicates there’s not enough.—Nicole Lewis-Keeber
Highlights of Episode 40
- How Nicole Lewis-Keeber discovered her new career path, while leveraging her background and training
- Where do issues with our relationship with money come from
- Impact of having a scarcity mindset
- How to recognize symptoms of money mindset blocks
- How to address money mindset blocks
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