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PR: Big Blue Couch Coaching Says Goodbye And Announces Major Rebranding As RAYMA Team

Aug 27, 2019

Big Blue Couch Coaching Says Goodbye And Announces Major Rebranding As RAYMA Team

Bismarck, ND, Release: August 26, 2019. For Immediate Release

 

Big Blue Couch Coaching, a coaching company for women, announced a major rebranding earlier this month to reflect the company’s evolution into a new market. The new company, RAYMA Team, is a Coaching & Consulting Company that creates unique solutions for Entrepreneurs and Business Professionals to effectively engage with their clients.

 

“We provide the tools and accountability you need so you can have a greater impact, make more money, create solutions, and balance your home and work life,” says CEO, Raychel Perman. “There’s a huge shift happening in the personal and professional development industry. People are no longer okay with fluffy clichés and having to go to events every month. They want to cut to the chase of getting to the real answers to their questions of ‘how do I make...

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Podcast Highlight - Laura Moss, Eating Psychology Coach

Aug 26, 2019

Ask Laura Moss what she’s passionate about, and she’ll tell you “I’m passionate about shifting the diet culture AWAY from the outdated science of calories in/calories out, restriction, and punishing exercise and TOWARD empowering women to bring awareness to the relationships they have with their bodies, with food, and with movement in order to make healing, nourishing choices for themselves.”

I’ve had the wonderful honor of helping Laura grow her business and I can’t wait for you to meet her in this episode! We talk about fat-shaming, skinny-shaming, the idea of good v. bad food, how to bring awareness to your relationship with food and so much more! Grab your coffee and get ready for a great conversation that is sure to help you bring more awareness into your life.

 

 


SHOW NOTES:

Connect with Laura:

Laura Moss is a gifted and passionate wellness coach who has overcome many of her own health challenges (including breast...

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You are Not Your Job

Aug 23, 2019
 

Video notes... 

Let’s chat today about identity and self worth and what happens when we find  our identity in our jobs. 

What does identity mean? It’s a noun meaning the act of being oneself and not someone else. A person’s individuality, character, name, personality, etc. 

If you find yourself full of fear and performance based thinking about your job you might have your identity tied too closely to your title. 

2 questions to ask yourself: 

  1. What am I passionate or curious about outside of work? 
  2. What do I bring to the world, my own unique identity, besides my job skills. 

You are not your job. You are so much more than that! 

With love and moxie,

~ Raychel Perman

Want to join the conversation on this topic and others like it? Become a member of our Facebook Group, RAYMA Nation. It's YOUR private space to share stories, talk about the blogs and podcasts, create community with like minded peeps, and interact with...

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Podcast Highlight: Let's Get You Back On Track

Aug 19, 2019
 

Happy Monday! Be sure to watch the video above for a Monday Motivation Message from me!

Question: How are your 2019 goals going so far? Depending on your personality type, that question might freak you out a bit. This year hasn’t gone at all like I originally planned and dreamed it would back in December of 2018 when I filled out my life and business planner pages. That’s why assessing throughout the year is so important! Maybe you can relate. Let’s get you back on track with your very own 2019 reality check. Grab your coffee and let’s go. (Click the photo be,ow to listen on your favorite platform!)

 


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Things to know:

  • This episode is going to be like a coaching session between you and I.
  • If you haven’t planned any goals for the year, this is still for you! Starting now is better than never starting at all.
  • Falling off the wagon happens to the best of us sometimes. Let go of that all or nothing mentality and let’s get back...
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3 Unusual Habits of Highly Successful People

Aug 15, 2019

Highly successful people are masters at creating routines and habits that guarantee success. For today’s post, I’m going to share three uncommon habits of highly successful people. These are habits I’m betting you can’t repeat ad nauseam (sleeping 8-10 hours, waking up early, meditating, exercising, etc.) but are still found as common practices for highly successful millionaires and billionaires. These are three daily habits you can start implementing immediately to create more success in your own life!

#1 Read more nonfiction

We have all heard the Harry S. Truman quote, “all leaders are readers.” It’s true. Reading is a daily habit for highly successful people. Most notably they prefer reading nonfiction like biographies, self-help, and history. Billionaire Warren Buffett once said that reading is the most important habit he has incorporated into his daily life. “I just sit in my office and read all day,” (Source.)

I’m...

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Podcast Highlight: Jess Bianchi of LXV Clothing

Aug 12, 2019
 

On her website, Jess Bianchi says, “Cystic fibrosis isn’t all I am and my life will reflect that. I am a mom, a wife, a friend, a foodie, a gym rat, and so much more! I have a lot of exciting ideas to share with you guys and I’m very excited for this journey!” This chick is a 26-year-old wife and mother living with cystic fibrosis who recently launched a clothing company called LXV Clothing. (And yes, the shirt I'm wearing is one of their designs.)

You'll be totally inspired by her story. Grab your coffee, Overcomers, and let’s hang out with Jess Bianchi.

Click here to listen now on Apple Podcasts.

Listen on Stitcher Here.

Listen on mandybanderson.com

SHOW NOTES:

Jess Bianchi – a 26 year old wife and mother living with cystic fibrosis – recently launched a clothing company called LXV Clothing. We met through Instagram just a few months ago and I am so thrilled to have her on the show today! We had a wonderful conversation about balancing it...

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How to Break the Lie of “l Can’t”

Aug 08, 2019

Full discloser this first blog post is a doozy. I’m going all in on what happens when you believe the lie “You can’t...” How much this lie has cost me. And, WHY you must muster your courage and say “watch me.”

Let’s start with a confession:

I was scared to death to write this first blog post. Like procrastinate until the last hour, avoid at all costs, scared. Seems crazy right? I mean my job title literally says “CEO, Speaker, Author.”

Writing has been a passion for me since I was a little girl. I was always writing little stories and stapling lined pages together to make my books.

During my 8th grade creative writing class, I decided I wanted to be an author one day. I promised Mrs. Joersz that I would dedicate my first book to her. It was a promise I fulfilled in 2015 when our company self-published my first coaching course.

I’m an author and a writer. I’ve proven it over and over again. I’ve...

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The Unintended Danger of Accountability (SWO Podcast ep. 21)

Aug 05, 2019

Hello RAYMA Nation! Every Monday a brand new episode drops of the She Who Overcomes Podcast with yours truly, Mandy B. Anderson. Today’s episode is an in depth conversation with Raychel Perman, my best friend and business partner here at RAYMA Team. We’ve been Coaches for nearly a decade, and there’s something we’ve noticed that must be addressed: the unintended danger of accountability.

Don’t get me wrong, accountability is a good thing. However, there comes a point where it gets twisted and toxic. Grab your coffee and let’s dive into the dangers of this and what to do about it!

Click here to listen now on Apple Podcasts.

Listen on Stitcher Here.

Listen on mandybanderson.com

SHOW NOTES:

This episode is especially helpful to Coaches, Trainers, and Mentors. It will also be helpful for all clients that are working with a coach, a trainer, or a mentor.

Dangers of Accountability:

  • Danger 1 - Co-dependency
  • Danger 2 - Comparison

Questions to ask...

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