081: How to Become a Relationship Coach


How to Become a Relationship Coach

We’ve been getting a lot of questions about that, so I’m going to pull the curtain back and reveal the process, and even tell you what the next step is.

Maybe your marriage is painful right now, and you have a hunch that training to become a coach would put it right again. That’s a great reason to become a relationship coach! Lots of our coaches started out the same way. Training to become a coach is where you get the most personal coaching and support, and transform your marriage at the highest level while you’re learning to become a coach

Or maybe your marriage is doing better than it has in a long time, and you just want to keep it that way. That’s a great reason to become a relationship coach!

Maybe you’re like me and you just want to stay in the fascinating conversation with women like you who make marriage a priority. That’s a great reason to become a relationship coach.

On today’s episode of The Empowered Wife Podcast we’re talking about how to become a relationship coach:

  • I’ll share the three steps to take to become a relationship coach.
  • My guest Anne’s husband said he wanted a divorce, AND HE MEANT IT, because 5 months later, they were legally, officially divorced. The main reason being their marriage was failing, but also because he started a relationship with another woman once he said he wanted the divorce. But Anne didn’t give up on her marriage, and they ended up reconciling in the SAME month that their divorce was finalized, and re-married 3 months to the day later. They even started a family. Now she says their relationship is amazing, fun and loving. She’s going to describe what she did so you can have the same results.
  • The Worst Relationship Advice of the Week offers a bossy and authoritative suggestion.


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