Posted on August 22, 2012 by Stephan Wiedner
“We have worked towards a fully developed business, my website is up and business is moving forward. I have a balanced budget! I have gotten new clients” ~ Gillian
This is a coaching case study featuring a woman in her mid-thirties working in Human Resources for a consumer product company. She is a wife and mother of two young children who has been looking to start her own business for quite some time. Her coach Cynthia Gunsinger is a certified life and entrepreneurship coach based out of Vancouver BC.
Client Name: Gillian
Coach Name: Cynthia Gunsinger
Frequency of Coaching: bi-monthly
Method of Coaching: phone
What is the problem you were trying to solve when you first started to look for a coach?
I needed a bit of an ass-kicking. I had a bunch of things that I wanted to accomplish and needed someone to keep me on track and focused.
What did your coach do to help you?
[Cynthia Gunsinger] Gave me clear direction and accountabilities. Held my feet to the fire and made me aware of at least two saboteurs so far that have been holding me back. I have an understanding of what happens when those saboteurs show up, how to manage them and what they need, and move them out of the way when they are not serving me.
What results did you experience working with your coach?
We have worked towards a fully developed business, my website is up and business is moving forward. I have a balanced budget! I have gotten new clients. We have identified solid values and my life purpose. The coach helped me reinforce my relationship with my husband as well.
About Cynthia Gunsinger, Vancouver Entrepreneurship Coach
Cynthia coaches creatives, technicals and entrepreneurs as well as small tech firms and creative businesses. She help clients clarify their vision and build processes to achieve their goals.
See Cynthia’s Full Profile
What Noomii has to say about Cynthia
What can we say about Cynthia?! In addition to be a fabulous coach, she works for Noomii and spearheads our communications and community development. Cynthia is naturally gifted at keeping the momentum moving forward while maintaining a happy, cheery outlook. She does not sit still, that’s for sure. I can imagine the time she spends with her clients is equally poignant and effective. Those are important qualities for busy entrepreneurs.
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