In my career coaching life I have noticed many patterns that come up over and over again.
- For example, many women who are 35 and unmarried have commitment issues.
- Many men who are 45 and want coaching have a family with a burn rate that is on track to exceed their earning power.
- First-generation immigrants in their 20s don’t have career problems as much as they have parent problems.
Now that I’ve been coaching people about how to start homeschooling, I’ve noticed a pattern there as well. And it surprises me: The most common struggle with homeschoolers is money. Specifically, many people I coach are a two-income family and would have to change to one income so one parent (mostly) could homeschool. Read more