Creative Coaching:

A Movement Coach's Guide To

Creating A More Fulfilling, More Profitable Practice


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If you want to grow your coaching, teaching, or training business, you need equal parts inspiration and strategy.

The truth is: you can't take your clients farther than you've gone yourself.

This 96-page guide walks you through a bird's eye view of the inner work it takes to become a world-class coach, from the service mindset, to overcoming imposter syndrome, to moving past "paralysis by overanalysis."

It also lays out a client-centered strategy to market your work with integrity and create a business that breaks the mold.

You owe it to your clients to be the very best. 

Creative Coaching will show you how it's done.


Most things online don't offer any sort of guarantee.  But I know these lessons will help you totally reframe your coaching practice.  Try it out.  If you don't love it, email me at chandler@chandlerstevens.com, and I'll give you a full refund...no questions asked.


What Others Are Saying About The Guide:

“If you like books like Striking Thoughts by Bruce Lee, The Daily Stoic by Ryan Holiday, this is the coach’s companion.

The concepts are simple - and often overlooked. Each nugget can lead you down a rabbit hole of self discovery, if you allow yourself the time and space to explore, apply and review.

I hope you get as much from Chandler’s perspective as I have.”
— Matthew Meyers, founder of OS Play and The Human Animal Podcast
 
“I’m inspired by the short form and straight to the point delivery of your message. It is full of heart and intention.

I originally signed up because I was pulled in by the way you set up your site and fearlessly promote yourself and what you believe in. It takes a lot of guts to do that and it’s obvious by the limited number of people who actually take that leap of courage.

Thank you for making me feel more powerful and as if I can take that leap myself.

Thank you for reminding me that if I live with intention and action, I should be proud to tell others of my work and how it has helped my life. Thank you for reminding me we are all in this together, whether we choose to believe so or not. Thank you Chandler.”
— Nelson Cuadras, founder of Moving Through Disorder