Join CTEDU Co-Founder John Andrew Williams for a conversation with CTEDU Trainer Jennifer Torres. After turning her favorite hobby into a bay friendly job, Jen found herself advising others on how to launch a new business and ways to find a better work-life balance. As transition, risk, and re-defining goals became familiar territory, Jen discovered a knack for helping others navigate those challenges. Now offering private coaching in addition to training CTEDU’s coaches in training, Jen is helping people everywhere appreciate and experience the gifts life brings when embracing change.
About Jennifer Torres:
“Like many young people, my path in life wasn’t always clear. Prior to becoming a Life Coach, I was conflicted by the thought of going back to work after my maternity leave. Fortunately, the old saying, “necessity is the mother of invention” rang true. I turned my favorite hobby into a baby-friendly job, and for over ten years I taught Salsa dancing to new moms while their little ones bounced along in baby carriers, shaking mini maracas.
Classes quickly expanded and the next thing I knew, I was being featured in newspapers, magazines, and on television. Participants liked what I was doing and often came to me for advice on how to launch a new business or ways to find work-life balance. Transition, risk, and re-defining goals became familiar territory and I discovered a knack for helping others navigate those challenges.
Combined with genuine curiosity, this provided the perfect foundation on which to build a coaching career. I had a good thing going but I was ready for a change. My own Life Coach played a major role in helping me to identify this and I took the plunge into a new and fulfilling career.
Today, I have the pleasure of coaching many of my former “salsa babies” who are now all grown up. Seeing these kids again under new circumstances is a reminder of how time flies, but also an example of the gifts life brings when we embrace change!”
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