What has this journey meant for you?
It’s meant everything. I have found my clarity and I sort of discovered a sense of purpose and mission to love, serve and inspire. I want to help transform the lives of young adults. That’s my niche, people 17-25 who are stuck and they don’t know what they want to do with their life. I like to help people see their dreams clearer.
What challenged you most about TCI?
The video content sucked. My behavioural flexibility isn’t great and some of the videos were from 2005. I’m used to HD audio books and high quality video and for months I didn’t start the course because I couldn’t sit through the videos. The actual content was awesome but the quality was so outdated.
In what way did TCI live up to or exceed expectations?
The live Zoom events were amazing. Every single time I went to a live event I had goose bumps for the whole time because of Matt’s facilitating. He’s awesome, like Tony Robbins without the unnecessary pump up.
How have your relationships changed after TCI?
I am having such greater relationships with my parents. When I was partying so much it wasn’t easy on them, and also with my friends I am having more meaningful friendships. I didn’t realise how enjoyable it was to just sit and have a proper conversation with someone.
Where are you at on your coaching journey?
I have eight regular paying clients every week. I have two on six month retainers and the other ones pay me $150 every week. I got paid $500 to speak at my old school and I’ve worked with almost sixty clients now since I started. Now I’m just pulling back on the one on ones so I can build a coaching program and reach more people.
What was the big turning point with your coaching journey?
Making the decision to be a lifelong learner. I read three books a week, sometimes I might even get too excited and start a million courses and not finish them. I dedicate so many hours a day just to learning new things.
Your most successful marketing strategy?
I am really good at networking. I’ll reach out to anyone who comments on my posts and just talk with people and build connections. I have posted my whole transformation so people reach out and say, ‘how did you do this?’ I don’t put it out that I need work, it just comes to me. I’ve built an authoritative brand over the years so I don’t really want to look like I’m trying to sell myself as a coach, I just let it happen now.
Advice for other TCI coaches?
Don’t be afraid to start putting yourself out there straightway. A lot of people wait to get their coaching branding and art work and I think it’s important to just go from the get go. A lot of people think they have to study for six months and that’s a limiting belief. Coaching isn’t like doing a psychology degree. You learn and work as you go.
Three things you can’t live without?
Music, pizza, my little brother.
Where do you see yourself in five years?
I see myself being a best selling author, speaking at schools all over Australia and at my own events. I will have also have an awesome coaching program which transforms the lives of millions of young adults.