This is my amazing coach and friend, Jo Casey, without whom I would not be soon relaunching as a feminist book coach and having the guts to really be myself. If you're a coach or healer who wants some down-to-earth, compassionate, non-sleazy approaches to making online business stuff work, I totally recommend you check out her work. (She also has the funkiest pink hair in the world.)Sharon ZInk
"Jo has an incredible knack for breaking things down into manageable form. She met me exactly where I was & rocked my world! Her suggestions were right on target & she helped me develop a reusable process for making amazing courses. She's reignited the spark inside of me during a frustrating time of starting a coaching biz" April Julson
"Jo is the real deal. If you need some direction, clarity on your next steps, taking your business to a deeper level or understanding yourself as it relates to your business, contact her. I’ve gained so much in just one session. She will unveil the hidden gems you’re searching for. An extra bonus, she’s amazingly fun to work with" Terasa Neuhaus
This is a great combo, as it makes you feel relaxed; but you also get super focused too. Super grateful to you Jo – you are a wonder-biz being Dr. Melissa Wright
Afterwards I felt re-energized, hopeful and excited. I now have a clearer direction of what to focus on. I feel confident and excited about a niche/program idea I have; I no longer feel like I need to be doing it all...I will instead focus on working on this program idea I have and finding ways to network.
I'd recommend you to any of my coach friends! You were so easy to talk to and so supportive. I loved that you provided suggestions when I needed them and that you were able to wear two hats -- coach and consultant. You were exactly what I needed as a novice coach and complete newbie to business. Alisha Morgan
You are such an energetic and loving person, and I really felt that you cared about me and my business. I really felt like we worked through my issues together and that you were fighting in my corner with me. Meg Kissack