The Well-Tended Life

Episode 3: Joy, Goodness, and Growth with Life Coach Courtney Barton

June 16, 2020 Keri Wilt Season 1 Episode 3
The Well-Tended Life
Episode 3: Joy, Goodness, and Growth with Life Coach Courtney Barton
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The Well-Tended Life
Episode 3: Joy, Goodness, and Growth with Life Coach Courtney Barton
Jun 16, 2020 Season 1 Episode 3
Keri Wilt

When was the last time you put YOU at the top of your list of things to feel grateful for? Have you ever been on that list? Well...after talking with my special guest this week...I am convinced that our own names should always be written in our gratitude journals.

I hope you enjoy this week’s interview with Life Coach Courtney Barton about the Joy, Goodness, and Growth that is planted all around her right now.  Check it out and then let me know what you loved most about this interview. What did you learn? 
 
A Bit About Courtney Barton: If a single word could be used to describe the driving motivation behind Courtney Barton’s life, it would be CONNECTION. She fondly remembers when her husband once said to her, “You can’t make a career out of meeting people for coffee!” Ironically, that’s exactly what she did. Courtney applied her genuine love for people and fascination with human nature to become a Certified Mentor and Leadership LifeCoach. She now spends all of her professional time having coffee with clients, while helping them develop and implement life-changing goals and strategies. Courtney is also trained in temperament and personality profiling to assist her clients in developing a greater level self-awareness and self-love. She and her husband Amos, have been married for 19 years and have lived in Kerrville, Texas since 2001. They have three teenage children, whom they unbiasedly consider to be extremely cool homeschool kids. Besides spending time with her family, Courtney enjoys travel, cooking, writing and hosting friends and family in the 100 year old historic home that she and Amos remodeled together. Between her professional and private life, Courtney is the luckiest woman you’ll ever meet - just ask her.

Like/Follow/Friend our Guest: @lifecoachcourtney on Instagram or go to www.lifecoachcourtney.com 

Show Note: book referenced by Courtney “Letting Go” by David Hawkins

Show Notes

When was the last time you put YOU at the top of your list of things to feel grateful for? Have you ever been on that list? Well...after talking with my special guest this week...I am convinced that our own names should always be written in our gratitude journals.

I hope you enjoy this week’s interview with Life Coach Courtney Barton about the Joy, Goodness, and Growth that is planted all around her right now.  Check it out and then let me know what you loved most about this interview. What did you learn? 
 
A Bit About Courtney Barton: If a single word could be used to describe the driving motivation behind Courtney Barton’s life, it would be CONNECTION. She fondly remembers when her husband once said to her, “You can’t make a career out of meeting people for coffee!” Ironically, that’s exactly what she did. Courtney applied her genuine love for people and fascination with human nature to become a Certified Mentor and Leadership LifeCoach. She now spends all of her professional time having coffee with clients, while helping them develop and implement life-changing goals and strategies. Courtney is also trained in temperament and personality profiling to assist her clients in developing a greater level self-awareness and self-love. She and her husband Amos, have been married for 19 years and have lived in Kerrville, Texas since 2001. They have three teenage children, whom they unbiasedly consider to be extremely cool homeschool kids. Besides spending time with her family, Courtney enjoys travel, cooking, writing and hosting friends and family in the 100 year old historic home that she and Amos remodeled together. Between her professional and private life, Courtney is the luckiest woman you’ll ever meet - just ask her.

Like/Follow/Friend our Guest: @lifecoachcourtney on Instagram or go to www.lifecoachcourtney.com 

Show Note: book referenced by Courtney “Letting Go” by David Hawkins