This week’s guest is certified life coach, Liz Applegate. I’ve been wanting to introduce you to Liz because she is my lead coach here at Your Kick-Ass Life! (I so rarely use exclamation marks, so please know, this is very exciting!) She was hand-selected to assist me with my private coaching clients and I could not be more thrilled to have someone as fantastic as a coach as she is on my team. She is a certified Courageous Living Coach and has been called an inner-critic whisperer by many of her clients.
One of the reasons I wanted to bring Liz onto the show was to speak on the topic of breaking the good girl rules, which is one of her areas of expertise. She explains that these rules are those in which keep grown women playing small. In this episode, we talk about what it actually means to play small, why we move through life unaware of our tolerations, and how we can work to let our innate gifts shine. We also talk about one of Liz’s deepest passions, creating connections with other women. I am super pumped to bring this episode to you today. I hope you enjoy it!
In this episode you’ll hear:
- Liz’s introduction into the world of coaching, first through being life coached and then transitioning to becoming a life coach herself, in 2015. (6:00)
- What Liz means when she says, ‘breaking the good girl rules’ (13:00)
- How Liz helps women get to the place of being their biggest/best self (19:00)
- Breaking limiting beliefs: what they are and how to break them (23:00)
- Creating connections with other women (29:00)
Liz Applegate is a certified coach through the Courageous Living Coach Certification (TeamCLCC), an ICF accredited coach training program.
Besides having her own coaching practice and being a lead coach for Your Kick-Ass Life, she’s been on the leadership team of TeamCLCC since 2016, helping to teach and coach close to 200 trainees through online and in-person trainings.
Liz specializes in systems strategies and productivity. She’s excellent at helping newer coaches narrow down their niche and messaging, as well as helps and coaches newer coaches with their visibility.