Kushla Chadwick on Walking your Talk, Clarity and Self-Care


headshot-4-kushToday I’d love to introduce you to my dear down-to-earth friend Kushla Chadwick. I’ve had the privilege of working closely  with her, and she’s a fellow EFT’er amongst other things. Kushla is a Business Coach and Mentor to Female Holistic Coaches and the creator of Loved Up Business programs.

She’s a home-schooling mother of 3 children along with her husband of 17 years. She’s a self-confessed nerd and she LOVES the work she does … of helping to transform the lives and businesses of transformational coaches.


Some Points we Discussed

  • Kushla shared her diagnosis of male pattern baldness,  and how it lead her to a new career in natural health
  • Her 9 years of hard work learning online marketing and flying to the US with only $200 in her pocket
  • The vision for her business and why she does the work of helping woman transformational entrepreneurs to build their business with more ease and money
  • Women are born nurturers and there’s an influence we can cast on the world that no-one else can and we can have a big, positive influence in the world AND in our own families
  • Remember to be there for yourself (self-care) as well as for others
  • The real sweetness of being a coach is to walk your own road first and then transfer the knowledge and wisdom
  • Wisdom about working right through the night and other ‘craziness’ – and how detrimental that is to our health
  • Kushla’s biggest growth opportunities – having to cut back hours and increasing her rates in a huge way due to her family needing her at home
  • Instead of cringing – celebrate the challenges and ‘stuff-ups’!
  • Remember every day is a new day that brings more opportunities


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Liesel Teversham
Liesel Teversham

Liesel helps sensitive introverts to see their sensitivity as a superpower, love their work and practice awesome self-care so they can be energized and make a difference in a meaningful and fulfilling way. She helps them to overcome the fear of being visible, avoiding the spotlight and conflict, being ‘too nice’, perfectionism and procrastination.

She’s the author of “No Problem. The Upside of Saying No”, which is a handbook for those who struggle to say no, are overwhelmed and exhausted.

Click here to read about the book.



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