Frequently Asked Questions
Cry But Don't Quit Success Coaching LLC., is a for-profit faith based entity providing one on one and group business coaching.
Can you be a faith based and NOT a 501(c)3 or registered FBO?
How long have you been coaching?
I began coaching in June 2020.
What qualifications do you have?
I have a B.A. in Business Administration from ECPI University as a transfer alumni of Virginia State University. I have over 15 years of sales experience in banking and financial services, as well as, over 10 years experience as a self-employed entrepreneur, author, speaker, and coach.
Bachelor's in Business Administration
Awarded Superwoman of the year by L.O.E. Media
Launched Center for Entrepreneurship at Virginia State University School of Business
Launched Project H.O.O.D Economic and Community Development Center in Chicago IL
Led over 400+ Educational Programs
Reached over 2000 Christian women in business in Cry But Don't Quit Facebook Group
Graduated 80 Christian Entrepreneurs from Cry But Don't Quit 6 Week's to Life Success Business Accelerator
Lead Business and Marketing Workshops at Chicago University, Virginia State University, Howard University, Virginia Union, and University of Richmond.
Christian Business Coaching Defined:
DEFINITION OF CHRISTIAN COACHING For the purposes of defining professional coaching, we have adopted the following ICF definition. Coaching is partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.
In Christianity, we shift from a humanistic philosophy to one based on God’s presence dwelling in us and through us. The centerpiece of Christian coaching is the client’s awareness of where God is leading a person. Therefore, the expression of faith can at times be as important as the skill of coaching itself. With this perspective in mind, we support the following definitions for Christian Coaching.
Official CBDQ Definition of Christian Coaching Christian coaching is an approach to the practice of professional coaching--whether focused on personal or professional growth--that integrates the biblical worldview when working with clients to recognize their potential and effect personal change. Whereas the biblical worldview is given priority over existing theories of human nature, motivation, personal change, growth and development as well as frame the perspectives by which coaching is offered.
Working Definition (elevator speech definition) Christian coaching is a professional relationship focused on empowering a person or group to effect change, create new awareness, move into action and step into abundant Christian life in business and in personal areas.
A Christian coach uses the skills of professional coaching to enable clients to affect change, create new awareness, and move into action, while keeping in mind the bigger picture of humanity as taught by a biblical worldview. Since clientele vary in their walks of life or perspectives on faith, the coach chooses frameworks that best suit the client’s agenda.
The biblical perspective remains the lens from which the coach views the client, but the integration of that perspective is sensitively adapted to the individuality of the client.