After graduating from Vanderbilt, Katie jumped from public relations to marketing to sales in NYC. One day, she called her dad and asked: “Is this all life is? Wake up, go to work, workout, feel depleted, repeat?” Her dad, also an entrepreneur, told her there was more if she wanted it. “Maybe your dream career doesn’t exist yet. Maybe you have to create it,” he said.
After a few years of self-discovery, starting a spray tanning business and her masters in nutrition, Katie found her deeper purpose in becoming a life coach.
Liv was a fifth-grade public school teacher who loved teaching, but knew she couldn’t live her full purpose (and potential) within the confines of the public school system. She wanted to have a larger impact—and a life on her terms. She wanted to teach more than math and reading. She wanted to help people realize their ability to create the lives they REALLY wanted.
Liv met Katie through a friend—and became one of Katie’s first life coaching clients. Katie started hosting women’s circles out of her apartment, which gave her a constant flow of clients. With Katie’s coaching, Liv grew her first coaching company to six figures in one year.