The Bold and Courageous Leader Podcast Episode 25: Create Intentional Space for What Matters Most

Join us for a wide-ranging conversation with Teresa McCloy, solopreneur effectiveness coach. Teresa started out as a serial entrepreneur. She then moved into full-time ministry for over 15 years. In the last few years she’s returned to her entrepreneurial roots, joining her husband on the family grain farm. She’s also obtained certification as a Spiritual Director and is working on Coaching Certification.

This is how she describes her recent journey; “In the past year I have discovered my passion in the field of coaching which is really what I have been doing all my life and didn’t know it.  I feel a true calling to help Leaders and Solopreneurs discover how to be effective and efficient so they create intentional space in their lives to enjoy and do what matters most to them.”

Our interview covers a range of topics focused on Teresa’s career and family journey.  She shares the good and the challenging as she listened to God’s voice, doing her best to stay in the space where God was calling her for the current life season.

Teresa’s recommended resources:

Nozbe productivity app: –

Living Forward by Michael Hyatt

Essentialism by Greg McKeown

Sacred Rhythms by Ruth Haley Barton

Find out more about Teresa at her website:

On her website, you can get her FREE Resource: 7 Steps to an Effective Weekly Review. This also allows you to subscribe to her monthly newsletter with monthly tips and tricks for Solopreneurs to be Effective and Efficient.


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One Response
  1. Amy Storey

    Thank you for much posting such an informative and helpful interview. I heard a lot of things that are going to help me in my business. I’m excited about ordering the book Sacred Rhythms and trying the task management software.

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