I am Kim Morse.
As a Master Relationship Coach — I obtained my certification from the Relationship Coaching Institute. I later went on to get my PCC with ICF. I have worked with singles to help them navigate the dating world and find the love of their life and I have worked with couples to enrich their relationships to be more fulfilling and loving.
I use pure coaching techniques along with many tools that I have obtained over the years through training and research. In addition to my certification through RCI, I am also a designated “Seven Principles Educator” with the John Gottman Institute. I love using his principles and materials to help couples reach their potential.
As a Mentor Coach —
I have always been an entrepreneur. Before becoming a coach I had owned a prosperous mobile dog grooming business.
I started my own successful coaching business and then advanced within RCI as a mentor coach and coach instructor. I have worked one on one with coaches and have been a mentor for the business-building groups within the Relationship Coaching Institute.
I am an official Mentor for the International Coach Federation. I have also graduated from their Assessor’s Training.
What’s the difference between coaching and mentoring?
Coaching is defined as “Partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires their personal and professional potential.” Mentoring is “an experienced and trusted advisor” meaning primarily guide to a junior or trainee. A mentor provides support and feedback.
As a Partner and Co-Founder of Coach’s Harbor.
I realized that once coaches were clear about their direction, there were still many things getting in their way. One of the main struggles was managing all the technology systems that were needed to run their business and look professional. This was leading to so many coaches just giving up on their dreams.
I felt that these coaches felt helpless in embracing the world of online living/working. So together we embarked on building a system that we hope covers most of the frustrations a coach encounters online.