As a spiritual coach, I’ve helped dozens of business owners tear down and replace negative mindsets. Most of these perspectives come from childhood wounds. To some extent, every person has internalized messages from family and friends. We also listen to lies our culture tells us about ourselves. Sometimes the lies are so pervasive that we don’t realize we’re acting out of these negative spaces.
Time and time again, I’ve seen clients wrestle with three, distinct mindsets. These mindsets hold them back in their businesses and personal lives.
Religion and coaching. Both can be polarizing topics. Some people have great experiences with them. Others (for legitimate reasons) hate both.
In this article, I’ll try to address a few common questions people have about business, Christianity, and coaching. How to they relate? Can they coexist? Of course, if you get to the end and you still have questions, email me at joseph(at)josephwarren(dot)net
Can business and faith go together?
You’re an entrepreneur. Why would you ever need a spiritual life coach?
People like you are special. You’re driven, intelligent, and you don’t play by the 9-5 rules of corporate America. You’re what other people call an entrepreneur.
Because you’re someone out changing the world, I don’t need to remind you about your upcoming angel investor meeting. Or that payroll is due next week. Or that your new social media campaigns need to be fixed before your new product launch.
With so much busyness, why in the world would you spend precious hours of your week with a spiritual life coach?
About Joseph Warren
Joseph Warren is a Christian Speaker, Podcast Host and Spiritual Coach. Joseph Warren offers Spiritual Coaching to Christian Business Owners who somehow find themselves in a spiritual rut. In just 90 days, he helps them avoid expensive divorces, break free from addiction, restore broken family relationships, and start living their Higher Purpose!