Life Purpose & Business Coach
Erica Carrico is an Award-Winning Life Purpose & Business Coach for women who are ready to transform their lives by creating six-figure businesses, while lucratively expressing their own soul purpose.
Through coaching services and speaking, Erica helps people discover their life purpose, launch & scale their soulful businesses, ditch their 9-5’s, and make fabulous money on their spiritual path so they can finally earn a living doing what they absolutely love… what they were put on earth to do!
Erica has a BS in Psychology, a Masters in Business Management, and 12+ years in international business leadership experience. She built a half million dollar coaching business (with two kids in tow AND while recovering from kidney cancer!) in just over 3 years and is obsessed with helping her clients all around the world transform their lives by creating profitable, soul-aligned businesses, while lucratively expressing their own soul purpose.
In This Episode…
[00:45] Introduction to Erica Carrico and her business
[02:40] Why purpose is so important as a business owner
[04:48] How illness can be a guide
[05:52] Erica’s journey into entrepreneurship
[10:44] The struggle behind shifting from the expected life to a life and business Erica loved
[16:42] How Erica helps her clients figure out their purpose
[22:03] Erica’s advice for new business owners who want to align with their purpose
[25:46] The challenges Erica faced when starting her business
In this episode we explore how Erica’s journey into entrepreneurship has shaped her work and how purpose can have such a profound impact on a business. We discuss the ways that purpose can make a difference, how health can be impacted when you’re out of alignment with your purpose, and how you can begin to figure out your soul’s purpose.
“Purpose trumps motivation any time … When we build a business aligned with our purpose it has a greater chance of being successful, profitable, all the things.”
“A lot of times we don’t see our divine gifts or strengths because they come so naturally to us that we don’t see them as a gift.”
“When you’re starting there’s internal marketing and external marketing. 80% of what you need to be doing in the first year or two of business is external marketing.”