—Guest: Ann Vanino
—Topic: Career and Direction Advice from a Life Coach
Bethany and Ellie open the show with discussing their favorite TV shows, why one of Bethany’s younger brother cried during a tv show, and the reasons to have a life coach. They talk about different kinds of life coaches and the questions to ask yourself to know if you would benefit from a Life Coach.
Ann Vanino, a career and new directions coach and writer, joins the conversation addressing the stigma to the title “Life Coach” and how she decided to go into that profession. She shares the reasons she was attracted to the idea of being a life coach, how the relationship with money ties into her coaching, and her personal journey with money growing up. She also touches on how money plays into a person’s career success.
Bethany and Ellie end the show sharing their favorite advice they have received from Ann, as well as the need for sharpening professional skills and ways to do that. They share their stories about Toastmasters and how it has helped them in their professional lives and the need for constructive criticism and feedback.
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Ann Vanino, a career and new directions coach and writer whose passion is collaborating with her clients to create the life they want to live.
Before coaching, Ann enjoyed a career in the environmental health and safety field, including working at the US Environmental Protection Agency in Washington DC and leading New York City’s Hazardous Materials Emergency Response Team that responded to over 600 chemical emergencies a year.
Ann has coached over 4000 hours and loves her work. Her latest e book, Chrysalis: Personal Transformation From The Inside Out is available for free at major online book retailers and on her website https://www.annvanino.com
Ann’s clients’ relationship with money is a central element of her coaching. A positive relationship with money goes hand-in-hand with finding new directions and career success.