Kelly Walsh of 1SmartLife, offering convenient and affordable personal coaching to executives nationwide
Kelly Walsh, a 20-year human resource veteran, formed 1SmartLife, to offer convenient and affordable personal coaching to executives nationwide and joins Enterprise Radio. 1 Smart Life is a new style of personal coaching designed with client convenience in mind.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Kelly Walsh discuss the following:
- What is 1 Smart Life?
- What inspired you to open your own personal coaching/executive coach agency?
- Please describe why every CEO needs their own life coach?
- Why is 1 Smart Life different from any other personal coaching agency?
- What is some advice you can give to people who may want to hire a life coach but do not know where to begin?
- Where do you see 1 Smart Life a year from now?
- Where can people go to start a session and do you offer any resources for people that may want to get started but first want to see what life coaching is all about?
Kelly Walsh, M.Ed, ACC/Owner 1 Smart Life
Over the past 18 years, Kelly Walsh has successfully coached business leaders and people from all walks of life to reach their highest potential. With a Master’s in counseling, professional coach and mediation certifications, and 20 years of Human Resources experience, she has successfully helped others define their dreams and create pathways to success. She is the creator and owner of 1 Smart Life, LLC a new style of personal coaching with a team of experts in all of life’s challenging areas. Kelly has created an engagement and pricing model so convenient and affordable, everyone can relax and focus on their goals.
For more information or to schedule your personal coaching session with Kelly, please visit www.1smartlife.com.
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