Christine McAlister joins us today from Louisville, Kentucky. In this episode, Christine talks about how the unexpected loss of their first child was devastating yet became a turning point in her life and career. She was able to make a transition from a toxic work environment to working for herself. In the past, she was a college professor, career counselor, and online marketer; however, in 2015, Christine founded her coaching and consulting business, Life With Passion, where she focuses on helping sensitive and high-achieving clients find freedom from the daily grind. Now, she enjoys seeing most of her clients able to quit their day jobs to do what they love in just 10 hours a week, with only a laptop and an internet connection.
Christine was a first-time guest on a podcast under some unusual circumstances while under observation at a hospital with her second pregnancy. Fast forward to now, she has been a guest on over 100 podcasts and is also the host of her own podcast No One’s Ever Asked Me That. She shares about working from home while also being a mother to two young children and what that looks like for her family. She's moved around a few times over the course of working from home and has gone from working on a kitchen stool in a tiny kitchen to her current situation in a roomy basement office space and how she finally realized her goal of owning Arabian horses. Christine is a serial entrepreneur, business coach, and author of The Income Replacement Formula.
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