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❛ Define success on your own terms, achieve it by your own rules, and build a life you’re proud to live ❜⁠ 

Anne Sweeney (Former Disney Channel President)


Making the decision to undertake a business or project requires familiarity with several areas of knowledge, beyond the specific and technical ones of the sector in which we want to undertake. A fundamental area is self-knowledge: more than ever, knowing what our skills and characteristics are will allow us to know and decide better how to conduct our project successfully.
If you are an entrepreneur of life, you must also take into account that, in many occasions, women have more difficulties to balance their professional and personal obligations or they do not have an adequate support system: gender inequality that also affects the entrepreneurial sphere.
For all these reasons, from Coachability Foundation we accompany those entrepreneurs who want to work on their personal and professional improvement, supporting their growth and development.

Coaching is a methodology that facilitates and accompanies people in the change that is directed with a clear intention.  It helps to visualize the ideal self and accompanies the learning process to align the behaviors to what we want to achieve.
The coach provides support to help the coachee develop, grow and evolve at all levels of learning and change. He or she facilitates and accompanies the coachee to concretize and define his or her objectives, designing together his or her action plan to implement those objectives. Finally, fulfillment and results are evaluated and measured.
The focus and accompaniment of the coach facilitates the transition through the process of change and transformation so that the entrepreneur of life can achieve excellent results more easily, providing more awareness of change and obtaining a clearer vision of your business and project.
We collaborate with coaches from different parts of the world who, with a humanistic approach, accompany people who want to undertake a project or business. We participate in facilitating the process of entrepreneurship so that the success of projects and businesses has an impact on the society in which they operate and we encourage the ecosystem by generating new conditions for social development and transformation.

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Having initiative to start a business raises several challenges, from going beyond predetermined rules or overcome one's own limiting ideas to making the personal project or business a reality. We observe that to be an entrepreneur of life we have to be willing to go further and, to do this, a good accompaniment for the development of skills, leadership and decision making is fundamental.


Mentoring is the right methodology to accompany people in their development process, since a mentor can offer a critical vision of how a business works, can drive you forward and ensure that you have the tools you need to succeed. Mentors can help you achieve more than you think you are capable of, going beyond the beliefs that may be limiting you.


A good mentor listens, accompanies and guides, seeing the best in us. The job of the mentor is to facilitate the learning of the person he or she is mentoring, accompanying and guiding them in their process of professional development.


At CF we collaborate with mentors with extensive experience in the field of entrepreneurship and who accompany entrepreneur of life in their process of development and materialization of their businesses. Overcoming limits, assuming new roles, empowering themselves from their new leadership and growing and evolving to contribute to society.

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Thanks to Artem Beliaikin for the pic


Pic Joanna Konsika

"Cultivate a network of trusted mentors and colleagues. Other people can give us the best insight into ourselves—and our own limitations. We must have the courage to ask for help and to request feedback to expand our vision of what's possible.”

- Maria Castañón Moats

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