How do 2 strong willed, competitive people thrive for 33 years of marriage? By wrestling. Yep, that’s what they said!
Nathan & Dianne Baxter join me today, and boy, did we cover a lot of ground.
Their career paths seemed to be an unlikely fit when they fell in love. But as love would have it, they found they had more in common than they realized. Nathan started his career as a youth pastor, then began to focus more on life coaching. After 20+ years on church staff, he launched “Lead Self Lead Others”, a coaching and consulting business. Dianne has successfully built a Mary Kay business fueled by her passion to empower women to achieve their potential.
Their shared passion for life coaching culminated in the recent release of their book, Real Coaching Success: What it Takes to be an Excellent Coach and Build Your Business.
Dianne & Nathan share insights about how they found ways to stop fighting against each other and get on the same team. They talk about communication, scheduling, parenting, personality differences, and finding a rhythm when working from home—which they’ve done for at least 20 years. Many thanks to our mutual friend, Mike Loomis, for introducing us!