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  • An Invitation from Coaching Nook
  • Tracy Freese
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An Invitation from Coaching Nook

Tom Eng's career as a professional business and life coach was born out of a need to find opportunity through struggle. His website, Coaching Nook, provides strategies for other life and business coaching professionals to launch or expand their own practices. Through marketing and productivity tips, Tom gives other coaching professionals a dose of their own medicine. His unique blend of real-life experience and professional credentials catapults entrepreneurs toward success.

"I know ‘struggle’ …

Diagnosed with Alzheimers, my mother fell down her basement stairs, severely injuring her neck and spine. Despite emergency surgery, ‘mom’ would spend the remaining year of her life in and out of the hospital.

I felt the guilt of not being enough in terms of taking care of my mother, taking care of my job, taking care of my family, and taking care of my adult brother (Joe) with downs syndrome. Joe had lived with mom his entire life. They were inseparable until the accident.After Joe moved in with us (me, my wife and two children), I realized just how unprepared I was for taking care of a special needs individual.

My life quickly fell apart. Overwhelmed, I turned to life coaching for help. Through professional coaching, I discovered the strategies to restore my life and reveal a sense of purpose and strength." -CEO and Founder, Tom Eng

Tom offers three free gifts on his website.

  • 50 Tips to Boost Your Productivity!
  • 300 Top Quotes to Help You in Any Situation!
  • Special access to Member Forums and Member Directory!
CoachingNook.com encourages wellness professionals to submit posts and communicate with other like-minded entrepreneurs. As a member of the site, life and business coaches can enjoy proprietary insights driven my Tom's own field studies and research. With plenty of social reach, this site is certainly providing quality information to a niche often overlooked.
  • Tracy Freese
  • entrepreneurminimalist health and fitness