Why I love being a coach for entrepreneur moms

April 25, 2024

Hi friend!  Today I’m going to share why I love being a coach for mom entrepreneursSo, grab a cup of coffee, find a cozy spot, and continue to read down below!

In my quiet time where I am reflecting on God’s word and the journey he has put me on, my heart is filled with gratitude, happiness and awe for my coaching client, Laura. 

I hope that wherever you’re reading this, you are filled with the same feeling.

One of the biggest blessings of having a blogging community with people like you is that I feel comfortable to share not only my mistakes – (Link to April 4th’s blog) – but also the celebrations, big and small, that come up in my business and life.

Recently, I had one such experience with a client that moved me completely, and I hope you don’t mind, but I could not wait to tell you all about it. 

I was coaching Laura who was struggling to have time in her business.  She was so exhausted with what she needed to do in her personal life that there was no time and energy left when it came to her business.  Part of it was helping out a friend who was struggling to manage her daily activities. I could hear exhaustion, tiredness and weariness in her voice as she conveyed what was happening in her life. 

I brought up an observation that took her off-guard.  

“Laura,  I don’t know if you are aware but you are experiencing Caregiver’s burnout.  You are indirectly taking on the role of caregiver and I notice that you are burning out in the process.  What are your thoughts about what I said?”

Laura’s eyes widened with shock→ pondering what I said→ acceptance and understanding.  “You are right.  I am doing that.  I didn’t even realize that was me”

We coached more on the topic working on establishing boundaries, increasing her friend’s social support and other tools to help Laura get back more time and energy in her personal life.

We met again a couple weeks later.  Laura’s demeanor was different.  She was happier, lighter and more upbeat.  She caught me up on how she implemented the mindset and practical tips we discussed and seeing the fruits of the changes she made in her life.

It was beautiful to witness and I thanked God for bringing Jane into my life to help her when she needed it the most.  Laura has helped me in remembering that my unique skill set is infusing my psychiatry and coaching experience to be able to help no matter what is presented to me. 

This was without a doubt one of my most gratifying experiences as a coach for mom entrepreneurs.

It’s one of those moments that I’ll reach for on the hard days when I’m questioning my abilities and what I’m capable of, and remember that God’s purpose for me is to  do big, incredible, life-shaking things to help others…

… and so were you. 

What was one of your most gratifying client experiences as of late? 

I’d be honored if you’d reply and share your story with me.

Reply back at Celia@mindsetcoachmd.com

With love,

Dr. Celia

PS  If you are Christian mom business owner, you may feel that there is one way you are supposed to do motherhood and business.  If that doesn’t work for you, you may think that you are not cut out to be an entrepreneur.  You know there is a way for you to do this but not sure what it is. I found that there is not 1 path but 4 paths to be a successful mom entrepreneur who puts their faith first.  Take the quiz below to figure out which one of the four paths is right for you. 


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Meet Celia!

Hi, I am Celia Varghese, Christian coach, business owner and mama of 1.

I am on a mission to help ambitious Christian moms navigate the challenges of running a profitable business while raising young kids. I equip them with the emotional and practical skills necessary to create work-life harmony so they can have more free time to enjoy with their family and themselves.

“Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths.” (Proverbs 3:5-6)

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