Hillary Seiler of Financial Footwork: Five Things You Need To Create a Highly Successful Career As a Life or Business Coach

Authority Magazine Editorial Staff
Authority Magazine
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12 min readAug 25, 2021

Coaching is not a get rich quick scheme. It takes patience, dedication, and hard work. A successful coach knows that good things take time to build the right way.

The coaching industry is now tremendous. It is a 15 billion dollar industry. Many professionals have left their office jobs to become highly successful coaches. At the same time, not everyone who starts a coaching business sees success. What does someone starting a career as a life coach, wellness coach, or business coach need to know to turn it into a very successful and rewarding career?

In this interview series, called “Five Things You Need To Create a Highly Successful Career As a Life or Business Coach” we are interviewing experienced and successful life coaches, wellness coaches, fitness coaches, business and executive coaches and other forms of coaches who share the strategies you need to create a successful career as a life or business coach.

In this particular interview, we had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Hillary Seiler.

Hillary Seiler is a Certified Financial Educator (CFEd®) and coach, who teaches people how to win with their money. She is the founder of Financial Footwork, a financial education platform that coaches people through overcoming the stress and failures that stem from limited to no financial education. Using the athlete mindset, her program translates the strategy of winning at sports, to winning with money. With hundreds of professional athletes and individuals helped through her program, Hillary Seiler is always looking to make an impact.

The Financial Footwork program was birthed from Hillary’s seven-year heartbreak of watching her family struggle emotionally and financially through her mother’s terminal illness. Her perspective of what happens when life hits — and thousands of dollars in medical bills, years of lost wages, and family stress brought on by financial strain, come to a head — fostering her mission to help others understand and establish financial stability.