Perfectionism needlessly stops thousands of coaches from starting and building successful coaching businesses. That’s why The Perfectionism Project helps new coaches overcome perfectionism (and the procrastination, overthinking and fear of judgement that comes with it) so they can finally build a full-time coaching business.
Your host is Sam Laura Brown, perfectionism coach and founder of Perfectionists Getting Shit Done. With her conversational podcast episodes and relatable stories, Sam will keep you motivated to build your business and help you feel less alone as you navigate the ups and downs of business. Filled with relatable stories and practical advice, this podcast is for coaches of any kind who are ready to get out of their own way on their business journey.
Subscribe today to discover how to overcome perfectionism, escape the all-or-nothing mindset, stop procrastinating and get out of your own way so you can become more productive, create a growth mindset and build a full-time coaching business.
New episodes are published every Monday and Thursday and all show notes can be found at samlaurabrown.com.
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“Sam is such a joy to listen to. She’s a fountain of knowledge when it comes to personal development, because she has such a passion for it. Her podcast is conversational, and it feels like you’re chatting with an old friend. My favorite thing about her work is that she gives listeners an inside look into her thought processes and the true meaning behind our actions. Every time I listen to Sam, I feel inspired to invest in myself and take a step towards a better me.”
“I love this podcast so much. Sam is so relatable and helpful and she comes at each question and topic from a very personal, down-to-earth perspective. Love it love it love it, this podcast has actually had a great effect on my life already :)”
So valuable and relatable!
“I have been following Sam for a few years now with her blogging and really connected with everything she taught in regards to perfectionism and personal growth. I’ve recently begun listening to podcasts and this is one of the best so far. I have a lengthy drive to and from work and listening to Sam and every piece of knowledge and advice she has to offer makes this the most valuable time of each day. Can’t recommend this podcast enough! :)”
Advice from someone who’s in it with you
“If you’re looking for advice from someone who doesn’t make you feel like you’re not hitting your mark or that you need to know everything before you’ll get anywhere, Sam is it. She tackles real issues honestly and gracefully, and from the perspective of someone who is in the thick of it with you – but with well-informed and helpful advice. Unlike some podcasts that feel more like a talkshow or a formal seminar, this is like listening to a good friend – perfect for while you’re driving or doing the dishes, and easy to apply to your own life. Thanks Sam!”
The first time I’m writing a review – worth it!
“This is the first time that I am taking the time to write a review for a podcast (and I listen to quite a lot!) but I feel like it’s time to give back to Sam because her work and ideas have inspired me so much. I have been following Sam’s Blog and Youtube Channel and always secretly wished that she would finally make a podcast – and I wasn’t disappointed! 🙂 What makes Sam different is that she not only blindly recommends things – It’s all tested and tried! You can tell that she puts a lot of time and thought work into her business and it really shows.”
“Loving Sam’s honesty and advice in her podcasts. Anyone who is interested in personal development will enjoy Sam’s podcasts and her blog. Sam has helped me understand perfectionism better. Looking forward to following your success Sam.”
Love this podcast!
“I love listening to these podcasts when I’m driving! Practical and easy to relate to everything Sam has to say. It’s like chatting to a friend over coffee. Definitely worth listening to if you are wanting to get the most out of your twenties!”
Like listening to a friend for advice
“I’ve really enjoyed listening to Sam whether I’m on my way to or from work, or walking my dog. I’ve found her podcast to be very inspiring not just because of her knowledge but also because she speaks from such a relatable place. It’s as if she knows exactly how I feel, but inspires you to keep going and push yourself to succeed and grow, no matter what. Keep up the great work, Sam!”
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I love appearing on other podcasts to share my story and advice to help ambitious women get out of their own way and reach their full potential. If you’d like to have me as a guest on your podcast, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll be in touch if it’s a great fit.
Please note the The Perfectionism Project is a solo show and I’m therefore not accepting applications for podcast guests for The Perfectionism Project at this time.