Life coaches are gaining popularity as people seek to improve and change their lives, and now a local business man who once benefited from life coaching has decided to venture into the field.
Kenny Chapman owns Peterson Plumbing but instead of clearing out pipes, he's got a new business venture where he's trying to help people clean up their lives. Chapman says, "it's all about you; life is about you and what you chose to do with it and what you're experience is and what we do is create a framework to help you get what you want out of it." Chapman is speaking from personal experience.. He says since his parents divorced when he was young he's seen therapists, psychologists, you name it, but it was one yoga instructor and life coach that really made Chapman take control of his life and his business. That man is Chapman's new business partner Marcus Straub.
Together Chapman and Straub have teamed up with two different perspectives on life coaching. Ones a coach and the other’s a student turned coach; to market a new 21–day self help kit, “Unleash Your Greatest Life Now.” Straub says, "people really start to get a grasp of what they're doing that's getting in the way of their great life, of their happiness, and their success." Chapman says life coaching is no longer about helping himself but about helping those in need, and a new you could be just 21 days away.