What’s New at FOM Coaching
Hello FOM family!
We hope you all had a Happy 4th of July, a Happy Canada Day and a happy month! Here’s what we’ve been up to:
Women in Optometry
One of our amazing coaches, Becca, who doubles as an optometrist with her own practice, was featured in the Women in Optometry magazine! She gave FOM Coaching a huge shout out for helping her align her thoughts with her goals.
We’ve been sharing pictures of the special (and hilarious) moments of our last FOM Methods session on our Facebook page, and we’ve set the official dates for the next one! The next FOM Methods will be held in Toronto, from November 2-5, 2017, and all past FOM Coaching clients are welcome, so reach out to Kim to save your spot. If you haven’t been coached yet, a good way to start is by assessing your frame of mind.
On Resilience Radio this month, Kim met with a PR company owner about coping with work-related stress, a psychic who built her business as a single mom of 5, a bestselling author who left corporate America to become a storytelling coach, a money coach who overcame a dangerous upbringing and a 30-year veteran of dentistry who navigated the sale of his business.
Whew! We are fortunate to have so many fascinating people to talk to!
Have you been listening to the show? We’d love to hear what you think! You can visit us on iTunes and share your feedback.
Interviews with Kim Ades
Kim was featured on quite a few podcasts as well. She shared how our work environment affects our mindset on Adventures in Life Design, why it’s not easy being positive on Criminal Justice Evolution, why you should complain on Forge Your Life and what she secretly wishes her clients would ask her on EntHead.
Kim also joined Dawn Purcell to chat about the monumental growth that takes place when we journal on The Power of Writing Summit. Kim’s interview will be available for 72 hours as of July 13th, so don’t miss it!
Also on our blog, past client Jaqueline Paquin Robert shared how coaching with FOM (and specifically Chari) helped her stop beating herself up as a parent and to just be the loving mother she already was.
That’s all for now, until next time! 🙂