Don't Worry, We Have a Coach for That - Ingomu Celebrates National Coaching Day
Ingomu states that amongst personal development, career advancement, and health and wellness, they have a coach for everyone, and an easy way to access them on their newly launched app.
"Coaching will continue to evolve and has changed so much in the past years," Sophia Bazile, Ingomu Coach, states. "There's greater accessibility than ever before. Coaching used to be very limited, and cost-prohibitive to people. But with platforms like Ingomu, we're able to bring coaching to those who need it and benefit from it the most. And, there is such a diverse and very talented group of coaches, who are specialized in certain areas. Subscribers can choose their own adventures [coaches]. And that's what I see is the future of coaching, which is why this platform is so disruptive. Coaches are licensed practitioners, and everybody has a very high and qualified standard. So, it's a one stop shop for what you want to be more of in this world."
The community in Ingomu goes beyond just the app, there is a podcast as well. The "#bemore with Ingomu Podcast '' sticks to the same mindset of the app, having meaningful conversations with guests. In honor of National Coaches Day, co-founder and host Al Wynant, along with his co-host Joyce Gioia will be interviewing three of the app's coaches, Arlene Cohen Miller, Anjanette Sullivan, and Gregory Brown at 2:00 p.m. Mountain Time on October 6, 2021. Watch it live on https://www.facebook.com/
At Ingomu we believe in uplifting humankind by making a positive difference in the lives of many. We do this by connecting experienced coaches with our subscribers, or learners through an easy-to-use and affordable app. Learners have access to all coaches and their virtual live group sessions for a monthly subscription of $39 or an annual subscription of $399. One-on-one sessions can be booked at an additional fee. Learn more at https://ingomu.com/
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