The FOM Coaching™ Podcast
Welcome to The FOM Coaching™ Podcast with hosts Kim Ades and Ferne Kotlyar! Listen in as the mother-daughter duo discuss our unique coaching approach to topics such as leadership, entrepreneurship, HR issues, relationships, parenting, mental health, and more.
Working From Home: More or Less Productive?
Which one is better: working from home or going into the office? On today’s episode of The Frame of Mind Coaching™ Podcast, we have a special guest to discuss exactly that.
It’s Not Goodbye, It’s See You Later
In this last episode together, we talk about transitions. We talk about moving from one phase of life to another: a new job, a different town, time without a partner, no longer being on a podcast and more!
How To Tell Your Partner They’ve Gained Weight
How do we tell someone that is important to us something that might hurt their feelings?
Group Productivity: How To Inspire Your Team
How do you lead a team that has no official leader? Great question! Let's take a look...
I don’t fit in culturally at work
How do you fit in at work when everybody is from a different culture? Let's take a look...
Dealing With Exhaustion
How do we deal with exhaustion? The answer isn't as simple as taking a nap. Let's take a look at how to tackle this problem!
How To Be More Decisive
Big or small, we make decisions on a daily basis, so why do some decisions feel so much harder to make?
The Constant Need For Validation
You want to be at the top, but once you get there, there is always a new ladder to climb. Today we talk about the constant need for validation.
Practical Networking Tips
This week’s episode of the Frame of Mind Coaching™ Podcast is all about practical tips for networking. We talk about how to make the best out of conferences.
Top 3 Thinking Strategies of Incredible Leaders
In this episode of The Frame of Mind Coaching™ Podcast, Ferne and I discuss the top three thinking strategies that incredible leaders have in common.
What Happens When We Don’t Share The Values of Our Clients
But what happens when we fundamentally disagree with our client's values and beliefs? How do we continue to see them in the best light even when we don’t align?