Ever wonder what a day in the life is like for an Online Life Coach? Now’s your chance!
Kali Rogers of Blush Online Life Coaching was one of my first business BFFs and now good friend and client.
Kali’s story of how she started her business is so inspiring to me and I love her witty personality and generous demeanor. She’s helped me have a lot of business breakthroughs and I feel so fortunate to call her a friend.
In addition to chatting about how she started Blush, we of course chat about a typical day in her life. She doesn’t stick to the traditional entrepreneur mindset of getting up at 5 am, which is a refreshing revelation as many people assume to run a successful business you have to be a morning person.
Excited for you to tune in and hope you enjoy!
Kali Rogers | CEO Blush Online Life Coaching
In today’s show, you’ll learn:
- Why she’s not a morning person and why she gave up coffee for good.
- How Blush came to be and how she pitched herself to a big company (and failed).
- How Blush works and who it’s for.
- What Kali thinks people misconceive about being a life coach.
- What the difference between life coaching and counseling is and the stigmas behind each.
- Why Kali hates having her day completely planned out ahead of time and why setting intentions work best for her.
- Why Kali doesn’t formally “exercise” and walks instead.
Kali Rogers is the Founder and Janitor of Blush Online Life Coaching. She and her team of master’s level coaches help females from around the globe get over their quarter-life crisis, grow their self-confidence, get over nasty breakups, and work on bettering their relationships all via video conference for only $79/mo.
She is also the author of “Conquering Your Quarterlife Crisis: How to Get Your Shit Together in Your 20’s” and has been featured on Bustle, The Huffington Post, Fast Company, Elite Daily, and Thought Catalog. Kali attended The University of Texas at Austin where she studied psychology and grew accustomed to butting her nose into other’s problems while living in a house of 40 other girls.
From there, she attended SMU in Dallas where she received her M.S. in counseling. Kali now resides in Los Angeles, California where she likes to walk around Beverly Hills and wave at the pretty houses, watch reruns of The Office and Parks and Rec (Leslie Knope is her hero), and attempt to make healthy meals in her bruised-up kitchen.
Key takeaways from this episode
“People were experiencing high burnout, people are quitting left and right, they’re having breakdowns, because of course they’re having breakdowns. They have no emotional support and they’re being worked to the bone in an industry they probably didn’t set out to work in.” – Kali Rogers
“When I wake up and my day is already structured, I can feel my throat closing up.” – Kali RogersI've always been more concerned with the authenticity behind it, and I don't produce good work if it's forced. - Kali Rogers Click To Tweet
“What matters at the end of the day is finding a process that works best for yourself.” – Brittney LynnYou have to develop thick skin. I sometimes feel like a black sheep for my age and what I'm doing. - Kali Rogers Click To Tweet
“I don’t want to work 80 hours a week on my own business, that’s going to make me hate it.” – Brittney LynnShould I be doing more and if I were doing more would I be more successful? - Kali Rogers Click To Tweet
“The whole point of being your own boss is knowing you aren’t going to get fired for not working 40 hours that week.” – Kali Rogers
Links to resources
- Kali’s book, Conquering Your Quarterlife Crisis
- Kali on Thought Catalog
- Email Kali
- Kali’s personal Instagram
- Myers Briggs Test
- Day in the Life Episode 3, Andrew Solomon
- Dear Sugars, Cheryl Strayed’s podcast
- Two Faced Black Mascara
- Blonde Boy Brow
- Erin Brockovich movie
- Photographer credit: Jason Flynn Photography
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