Dec 16, 2019
Katie DePaola is the founder and CEO of Inner Glow Circle, a company that helps women who want to work for themselves, not by themselves as an entrepreneur. Inner Glow Circle trains clients to become an accredited life coach through the International Coach Federation (ICF) and helps them to create a sustainable business they’ll love through group training programs and masterminds.
Katie and her team at Inner Glow Circle have been featured in ICF, Time, HuffPost, Elite Daily, Hay House, Entreprenista, and on podcasts including Raising the Bar, Life Unfiltered with Alexa, Light Hustle, Curiously You | Who You Are Matters, and Struggle to Success to name a few.
In her free time, Katie enjoys working out, spending time with her family and indulging in her favorite guilty pleasures such as Keeping Up with the Kardashians and retail therapy.
In this episode we dive into:
1. Katie’s exposure to entrepreneurship as a child and how she decided to start “Inner Glow Circle”.
2. From a self funded startup company to a million dollar business, Katie explains the drive to prove her purpose and her refusal to give up.
3. Katie explains how she uncovered her purpose and how others can find theirs too.
4. How Lymes disease and the tragic loss of her brother had helped Katie redefine success and shift her mindset to find the good in situations.
5. How Katie pulled herself out of a depressed haze following her brother's death, and her belief in a higher power that helped her to realize her true core values and give her the strength to keep her business going forward.
6. How we can find our happiest selves by creating our own opportunities and shifting our perspectives.
7. Tapping into our highest desire and reminding ourselves constantly of what we want.
8. What IGC has to offer for women who want to say “YES” to their desires, visions and dreams.
9. The telling signs you have the personality traits to be a coach and why Katie believes coaching has more options and pathways to help people than therapy.
10. How to tell the difference between someone who is a “dabbler” and someone who is a “doer”.