Lindsay is a teacher, a wife, and a mom to a little boy named Carson. She has always been an athlete but struggled with losing the weight after she had her son. Lindsay decided to become a coach in August 2014 and has been rocking it out ever since. She jumped right into helping others and she isn’t slowing down any time soon. The best part is that by helping other people achieve success, she has had an amazing transformation of her own. I’m excited to share a little bit of her story with you today!
Why did you decide to become a coach?
I decided to become a coach on a whim. I was walking up the stairs at Yankee stadium wearing my 6 month old when I realized I wasn’t going to be able to get my inner athlete back without some help. When I researched all the different programs available, I couldn’t help but want to be part of this movement. If you’re a runner and you’ve been part of a large race or if you’ve ever been part of something big, you know how I feel. This is a movement and I can’t resist being part of it.
What is the best part of coaching?
It’s hard to decide what the best part of coaching is because there are so many best parts. The best part is waking up to a random text message from a challenger overflowing with excitement over meeting their goal. The best part is being on a phone call with my teammates bursting with tangible energy. The best part is knowing that I have financial freedom and I get to call the shots on what my business is and what it can become. The best part is meeting people that I never would have met without this company and becoming friends with them. The best part is being on a team that believes in me, uplifts me, and supports me.
Lindsay, her husband, and her son.
*How did you work through the struggles of being a new coach? *
Like anything new being a coach can have it’s struggles. I had my share of freak outs and questions, but I just knew it was going to be worth the dedication. I am very blessed to have an amazing upline coach that was willing to help me any time I needed it. I’ve been listening to podcasts, reading personal development books, and partaking in any and all trainings made available to me. I really just hit the ground running and I think that’s the best thing you can do as a new coach.
How has your life changed since becoming a coach?
My life has changed tremendously since I started coaching. Not only am I more fit and healthier, I’m a better wife and mom. I have more energy. And that is just from using the products alone. Since starting coaching, I have a newfound excitement for what I’m doing. I am working on myself and learning new things all the time. I would go so far to say that coaching has changed my life; it is opening doors, introducing me to people that have become wonderful friends, and giving me the opportunity to gain financial freedom.
What is one thing you would tell a brand new coach?
The one thing I would tell a brand new coach is to share your excitement with anyone and everyone. Make your excitement for the product, the potential, and the benefits tangible. I don’t have to “sell” anything because people can clearly see how in love with it I already am.
Lindsay’s amazing transformation!
I am so thankful that coaching brought Lindsay into my life. She is so inspiring! I have met so many new people and have created the best friendships through coaching. If this makes you think “I want to do that, too!” or “I think I could do this!” email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let’s chat!
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