A Conversation With Coaching Client Marla Mogul
Marla is one of my coaching clients and she agreed to come on the show to share her journey. She also shares how my coaching has helped her create a life plan and achieve her goals faster than she could alone.
Take away: Coaches can help you achieve your goals much faster than going it alone.
Action step: Explore if a coach can help you achieve your life goals.
Money Learnings: Marla's family never talked about money. They grew up in a neighborhood that was beyond their means.
Bio: As the co-founder of the nonprofit, A Night Out, Marla created an organization that in five years served more than 900 survivors of domestic violence, while providing childcare for over 250 of their children. Through safe and healthy social experiences such as self-care spa nights, concerts and theater performances, A Night Out provides an opportunity for survivors to rebuild a sense of community in a safe environment with support, understanding, and fun. Her vision of growing the program to serve as many women, men and children as possible, led to the strategic acquisition of A Night Out by the nonprofit, Between Friends, an agency dedicated to breaking the cycle of domestic violence. The consolidation represents a strategic growth opportunity that keeps the needs of survivors first.
Prior to establishing A Night Out, Marla was the founder and Managing Partner of Mogul Consulting Group. Offering turnkey event planning for CEOs and Corporate Officers of Fortune 500 companies, Marla directed all facets of operations. From Board of Directors meetings, executive retreats, and special client events such as Super Bowl and Kentucky Derby trips, Mogul Consulting delivered quality results to ensure client satisfaction, repeat business and valuable referrals. Before starting her consulting business, she worked in Marketing Communications for Baxter Healthcare and The Kemper Group.
Earlier this year she founded The Mogul Method, a coaching program for women over 50 who want to lose weight without ever dieting again. The customized foolproof system help women stay vibrant and more beautiful as they age.
In addition to her career experience, Marla has served as a Board member of numerous nonprofit organizations, including Between Friends, Cancer Wellness Center, North Suburban JCC and North Shore Congregation Israel. She served as Treasurer and then as President for the Glencoe Parent Teacher Organization, as well as Treasurer of the Quest Academy Parent Student Association. Her expertise was creating fundraising opportunities to support the schools and the community.
Marla is a graduate of the Indiana University Kelly School of Business. She lives with her husband in Chicago where they savor the beautiful lake views. Her passions include traveling, physical fitness, skiing, reading, and collecting wind-up toys.
Highlights from this episode:
- How Marla's upbringing caused her to spend too much as a young adult.
- The need to fit in and leading a materialistic life.
- Money doesn't make you worthwhile.
- You have to be honest with yourself.
- The life plan process.
- The power of being intentional.
- Why Marla reached out to me for coaching.
- How financial coaching has helped Marla.
- Long term results come through changing habits.
- Marla's coaching program.
- The emotions we have with eating.
- You have to be ready for coaching.
- We are responsible for our lives and the outcomes we want.
- Why you should get a coach.
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