Business owners and entrepreneurs sometimes struggle with work/life balance—okay, often struggle with work/life balance. Is balance even attainable for start-ups, or for the growing or uncomfortably “stretched” business? Your normal means racking up endless hours, rarely taking time off, and wondering whether you’re headed in the direction of your goals…but, you’re heart-driven and persistent, bent on an idea, blazing a new path, or rerouting a multi-generational business. Entrepreneur work is exhausting, grueling, frantic, and, yes, exhilarating. So, how do you find the time and energy for the very real people in your life? How do you know whether you’re on your true career path? How do you live a whole life? Answering these kinds of questions is what life, career, and business coaches do. They help you gain confidence, get inspired, tap into new ideas—or new interpretations of your original idea—so you can keep chasing your dream. They examine your work/life balance, make sure you’re aligning your work with your values, and give you a lot of reasons to stay teachable. A coach has an objective view with insider knowledge and is solutions-driven. Pushing the pause button to get a broader view or dialing it down to examiner the fine points is beneficial at any stage of your life and career. Some coaches specialize while others take a holistic approach. Finding balance might mean leaning into someone else’s wisdom.

Williamson County Life, Career, and Business Coaching:

Connie Haley Life Coaching –

Dan Aronoff – FranNet – Franchise Consultant –

Deviate –

Don Klein Consulting –

Haytko – George Haytko –

The Human Captial Group –

MTN Universal – Bryant E. Hall, Sr. –

Patriot Coaching, LLC –