Episode 27

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7th Feb 2020

How Your Coaching Business Can Exceed Your Last Corporate Job Featuring Michael OBrien

Michael OBrien is the Chief Shift Officer at Peloton Coaching and Consulting. He elevates successful corporate leaders by preventing bad moments from turning into bad days. He started going solo in 2014 at the age of 47 after a successful corporate career.

We discuss:

  • A corporate shake-up and a last bad day [1:58]
  • The freedom to honor the values you want to honor [4:22]
  • How to stop fear getting the best of us [6:15]
  • Breaking free with a 50% plan [7:46]
  • How to start off a new business by building upon your network [9:48]
  • The differences between working on your craft versus managing your business [13:01]
  • How doing something incremental each year helps you reach stability [15:14]
  • When you don’t have confidence but you have courage [17:06]
  • Transparency [and abundance] as a way to create better leaders [20:29]

Learn more about Michael at http://www.michaelobrienshift.com, LinkedInTwitter and Facebook.

Brief Description of Gift

Michael’s new book that will help you prevent bad moments from turning into bad days (you just have to pay shipping and handling)

URL for Free Gift

https://www.mylastbadday.com/get-your-copy

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About the Podcast

GOING SOLO
Building Your Own Successful Business After a Late Career Job Loss
Have you lost your job after 20 or 30 years in your career? Do you feel traumatized and unsure how to go forward? Would you rather work for yourself and have more control over your destiny? You are not alone. In GOING SOLO, we discuss what it’s like to go from being highly skilled and well compensated to unemployment; how to deal with the trauma of late-career job loss; and how to reinvent yourself as an entrepreneur, satisfying your soul and supporting your lifestyle.

About your host

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David Shriner-Cahn

After 28 years as a highly skilled employee, I was told that my job was over. In spite of the immediate trauma and fear, I knew that as my next step, I'd rather work for myself and have more control over my destiny. That was in 2006.

Today, I'm a thriving entrepreneur, podcaster and speaker. I guide highly skilled professionals who are recovering from a late career job loss and who yearn to impact the world with their knowledge and creativity by becoming successful entrepreneurs.