Why You Should Use a Career Coach in 2020: Ama La Vida
Nicole Wood, the CEO & Co-Founder of Ama La Vida, an innovative career, life, health and leadership coaching company located in Chicago joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Nicole Wood discuss the following:
- Why did you make a career transition and pursue your coaching business full time?
- What would you say has been the hardest obstacle as an entrepreneur?
- What is the most rewarding part about being an entrepreneur?
- What sets Ama La Vida apart from any other coaching business?
- We heard you are opening up a storefront for Ama La Vida, can you share more details about what led you to opening up a storefront?
- Anything else you would like to add about your goals for 2020 and Ama La Vida?
Nicole Wood is the CEO and co-founder of Ama La Vida. Her job is to create an environment where her team can thrive and her clients can feel empowered. Nicole is passionate about helping people’s work to be meaningful, thrilling and lucrative.
She has a background in management consulting at PriceWaterHouseCoopers, she brings a new level of rigor, process and results-orientation to the coaching industry. At Ama La Vida, Nicole says working with a coach isn’t just about feeling inspired in your sessions – it’s about making lasting changes in your life after your session is over.
She is currently leading Ama La Vida to be one of the first coaching organizations to provide a platform for coaches who want to focus their time on coaching and amplifying their impact instead of on business administration. Her business model is unprecedented in the coaching industry and is causing rapid growth among our team of highly skilled, certified coaches. She believes this approach is going to be game-changing in making coaching affordable and available to everyone who wants and needs it.
Nicole Wood is originally from Philadelphia, but has put down roots in Chicago. Her and her husband have 3 little dogs, and she is excited to be entering her fourth year of business and will soon be opening a storefront in Lakeview for Ama La Vida in February.
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