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The small things are the big things - Career change interview with Andy Mort

Can slowing down enable us to get to where we ultimately want to go more efficiently? ‘Slow Coach’ Andy Mort shares his unique approach to coaching and creating community in this enlightening interview. Before taking up coaching he was an undertaker. As you can imagine, this provides a unique career change story. He shares compelling insights into his experience and how this influenced his perspective on life. 


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Andy Mort - Slow Coach and Sound Artist

I think that you'll find this interview particularly valuable if you are:

  • looking for a gentle and steady approach to making changes in your life

  • thinking about training to become a coach

  • curious about the life coaching industry

  • living between different homes

  • pursuing a career that combines a variety of your interests and talents


...you don't have forever. That is very relevant to coaching and has impacted my relationship with coaching.

In this interview Andy shares why he chooses to live between friends’ homes rather than settle in a place of his own, and why he has set up an online community for gentle rebels. Other topics include the challenges he faced while training as a coach, being an introverted performer, how ambient sound and meditative narratives can help people, and the value of podcasting.


Listen to Andy's interview


Click play below to listen now. This episode is also available on Spotify or Apple Podcasts, and you can download it here to listen offline.


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Recording information

This episode was recorded online on 4th April 2024.


 

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