Preview Call: Learn to Be a Fibromyalgia Coach

August 16, 2015

Are you wondering how to become a Fibromyalgia Coach?

Maybe you’re asking questions like:

  • What kind of training do I need?
  • Are certifications important?
  • What does a Fibromyalgia Coach do?
  • Where would my coaching clients come from?

Even if you don’t realize it, you are probably also thinking:

  • Where can I find a job that I can do from home, on my own terms, that will help me keep my body happy?
  • Is it possible to make my fibromyalgia play nice so that I can keep working?
  • If I can’t make my fibro play nice, is it time to file for disability—even though I’m not, you know… disabled?
  • How do I find a career that allows me to stay focused on my health?
  • Could I be a Fibromyalgia Coach?
  • What if I find a career that I love and I can’t keep doing it because I’m too sick?

I remember thinking all these things myself. I felt like such a failure just thinking about filing for disability. At the same time, I was having trouble keeping up with work. I was forgetful, made mistakes, and missed deadlines. I often wanted to turn off the lights in my office, crawl under my desk, and take a nap; I was so exhausted. I was also grumpy and no fun for my husband to hang out with after work because I was tired and in pain. Sound familiar at all?

You don’t have to choose between your health and a career.

Tami Stackelhouse, Fibromyalgia CoachYou can thrive and have both—even with fibromyalgia. What would it be worth to you to be able to continue working? To not have to file for disability? To be able to provide and be there for your family? To not have to worry about how you’re going to provide for yourself? To have a career you love helping others—all while you help yourself?

You deserve to absolutely LOVE what you do. What if every day you woke up, it felt like you’d won the lottery?

Have you ever wondered about being a coach yourself? Here’s what you will do as a coach:

You will help people who are hurting and frustrated get their lives back.

Yes, it’s awesome to help fibromyalgia patients get a better handle on their illness, reducing their pain and having more energy… but the best part is watching them begin to live the kind of lives they want. They can be there for their families, start their own businesses, have a fulfilling career, reduce their stress, and find joy in life. Every day you have a front row seat to watch amazing transformations.

You will be able to take care of yourself while you make money.

And that’s the best part… You will finally be able to set your own schedule and manage your life in a way that reduces your fibromyalgia symptoms. You can create an amazing life!

I realized that I’ve been selfish.

coverAfter writing my book, I realized that I’ve been stingy with my skills and knowledge. I haven’t shared with anyone else how be a coach. I love what I do so much that I wanted to make sure that I always had clients.

Now, I realize that this is a bad way of looking at things. There are nearly 10 million fibromyalgia patients in the US alone. That’s one out of every 21 women – clearly I’m not going to go hungry anytime soon. If I try to do it all myself, that’s more people than I can ever help in one lifetime.

In just a few weeks, I will launch the first ever Fibromyalgia Coach Training Program.

I’m going to teach a handful of other people how to create this amazing balance of work, self-care, and really making a difference, without killing themselves to do it. Would you like to learn?

As one of the first Fibromyalgia Coach Training Program attendees, you will be invited behind the scenes of my business and will learn exactly how to do what I do. You will even get mentoring from me on how you can build your own business helping fibromyalgia patients.

I don’t know if this will stick – or if I’ll ever offer it again! You see, I really, really love being a coach! At the same time, I know I have to try. There are too many fibromyalgia patients who are suffering and looking for help. Would you like to join me in helping them?

Special Preview Call

Learn to Be a Fibromyalgia CoachLearn to be a Fibromyalgia Coach
Thursday, August 20, 2015
1:00-2:00 PM Pacific time

Listen to a recording of the Preview Call here.

Interested in becoming a Fibromyalgia Coach yourself? Schedule an Admissions Session here.

 

Peoolu September 6, 2015 at 1:46 pm

I think you are doing a really amazing job helping people, giving knowledge and letting them know that things could be fine even with fibromyalgia. Please keep it up. May your light never go dim.

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