Shame about coaching niche

Hi Brooke!

I want to start off by telling you how much I this program· It`s like a really good and constant friend that I`m excited to see pretty much every day in some capacity. Since starting in December, I’ve lost 14 lbs, cut washout back on drinking, and, in fact, haven’t even had a drink in 12 days. I am much less judgmental of myself, and am setting great boundaries with ppl in my life in general; REALLY checking in with myself.

I am currently being trained as a coach (already a therapist), and am feeling into my niche. I have worked really hard on overcoming an inferiority complex, and although I still struggle with it occasionally, I am world’s better than I once was. I have a lot of insight as to how this pattern developed for me, but I am really ashamed of it. It’s not something I like to talk about, yet I feel I can really help women who have been deep in this pattern overcome it. I know how destructive this pattern is, and I think I can create the space  or  work through it and get to the other side of it. Something along the lines if,”I help people who struggle with consistent feelings of inferiority and invisibility become vibrant, happy versions of themselves.”

First off, is it too broad? And second, have you ever felt shame around an area you want to help ppl with? If so, how did you work through it?


Much appreciation,