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🎧 Struggling with self-sabotage? - Tune into my guest appearance on the Coworking Values Podcast

Published 23 days ago • 1 min read

Hi Coach,

I’m excited to share my latest guest appearance on the Coworking Values Podcast, hosted by the incredible Bernie J. Mitchell.

If you want to take your personal and professional growth to the next level, this episode is a must-listen!

Meet Bernie

Bernie has been a pivotal figure in the coworking community since 2010, providing strategic and practical guidance on community building, content marketing, CRM, sales, events, and company culture.

He’s the driving force behind the Coworking Values Podcast and the London Coworking Assembly, initiatives that connect individuals and ideas across Europe’s coworking landscape.

Bernie’s passion for fostering connections and empowering entrepreneurs is truly inspiring, and I’m thrilled to have had the opportunity to share some insightful conversations with him.

What You’ll Learn

In this episode, Bernie and I dive into:

  • The power of peer-to-peer mentoring and how it can supercharge your growth
  • The critical differences between training and coaching and why you need both
  • Practical tips for building a thriving company culture that empowers your team
  • The importance of vulnerability and how it drives innovation and creativity
  • Strategies for overcoming self-sabotage and maintaining focus on what truly matters

Why Listen?

This episode is packed with actionable insights that you can start implementing right away.

Whether you’re an entrepreneur, a coach, or someone striving to unlock their highest potential, there’s something in it for you.

Plus, Bernie’s unique perspective on coworking and community building adds an enriching layer to our discussion.

Tune In

Don’t miss out on this enriching conversation! You can listen to the podcast on your preferred platform: - Apple Podcasts - YouTube - Spotify - Zencastr - Substack

After you’ve had a chance to listen, I’d love to hear your thoughts and what resonated most with you.

🗣️ 👀

Chris.

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