A few years ago, when I first published the Coaching Blueprint digital marketing program, career coach Laura Simms was an early-adopter who had recently started her practice.
Fast forward a few years, and Laura has built her practice…to the tune of being mentioned in articles for Psychology Today, U.S. News & World Report, and the Huffington Post. She’s the creator of small group programs that help people to create careers that feel like home. In this interview, she talks about how she manages both motherhood and running a business. The full interview is now available to those who own the Coaching Blueprint Digital marketing program!
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Laura Simms turns traditional career coaching on its head by asking folks to ditch their passions and start with purpose.
Over 60 websites, podcasts, and universities have turned to Laura for career advice, including US News & World Report, The Huffington Post, and The University of California, Irvine.
After struggling through her own career transition, Laura developed Your Career Homecoming, her signature career change process, to help people find careers that feel like home. This unconventional curriculum sidesteps the standard and often ineffective “What do you want to be?” approach to consider what really matters most: purpose, legacy, identity, money, service, and self-expression.
Working with clients internationally, Laura is proving that the purpose-driven approach leads to meaningful, profitable careers, and that making a living and making a life go hand in hand.