I created INCANDESCENT because so many coaches and consultants I know want to reach more people with their work and they know that their brilliance can spark waves of change. 


The INCANDESCENT program teaches coaches and consultants how to land enterprise clients and serve them at the highest level- without selling your soul or selling out. 

N.B. This here is a long read for people who are truly serious about growing your impact and your business. If you already know you want in to the program, click this. 

If you're new to me, my name is Lauren, and over 8 years I've made well over $1 million in consulting and coaching fees with larger clients. I've definitely loved having small biz, startup and solopreneur clients too, but the vast majority of my income is from bigger businesses. 


Here's how: I've coached and consulted with the heads of billion dollar organizations; a sitting member of the US House of Representatives; execs at the Department of Defense, major telecoms and dotcoms; a partner at the second largest law firm in the world; Olympians; and multi-nationals that perhaps you've heard of (APC, Media General) and ones you probably haven't.  



When you tally up the impact those companies have on the world, that means that my contribution just got amplified by millions. Because when I show up to work with leaders, they show up differently- as leaders who make a difference.

You could be in one of several growth stages in your business. Perhaps you've created a thriving practice working with solopreneurs and are ready to work with bigger companies, teams and executives. Maybe you've thought about leaving your current job to pursue consulting and coaching. Or you may have already tried to land corporate clients but found it tough to get a foot in the door.

When consultants and coaches (especially the heart/soul centered kind) think about pursuing bigger contracts, I find they have a few similar fears and misconceptions, including: 

  • “How do I even find these kinds of clients? And once I do locate them, how do I talk to them? ”

  • “I’ve heard that B2B sales requires cold calling. The thought of cold calling makes my skin crawl- I could never do that. ”

  • “Will I have to wear a suit or speak in business jargon? Because I pretty much like Birks and beads...”

  • “I’m not quite sure how to create products and services for the corporate market. And pricing??? I feel like that’s a black box. How will I know if I’m pricing things appropriately? ”


These are real concerns. Is it any wonder that more entrepreneurs don't make the jump to work not just with solopreneurs but also with larger companies? 

I want you to know that I hear you.  These fears and questions are legit (I have had them too!) and there are actually pretty simple answers to them, so I've made a series of short videos to address each the most common qualms. Here goes! 









Ok! I hope you enjoyed that short series addressing most the fears consultants and coaches may have when thinking about pursuing the B2B market. 

Now, let's talk about the #1 reason more consultants and coaches don't work with bigger corporations. (Oh, and for our purposes "bigger" could mean a local biz doing $1 million in annual revenue to a billion dollar public company- it all depends on your perspective.) 


I have definitely met a CEO and found myself working with her team in a matter of days. But that is usually an outlier experience. In general, especially as companies get larger, getting a potential client to the decision of yes or no takes longer and involves a lot more people, competing agendas, budget sign offs and alignment calls than you might be used to. 

And that can be frustrating, exhausting and confusing for the consultant/coach. 

But remember, you're in this for the impact AND the income. If you're willing to do the work it takes to land a corporate client (or several!) the rewards can be amazing. 

  • Massive confidence in your abilities when you (successfully) tackle a particularly complex situation.

  • Huge paychecks to go with the amazing results you help your clients achieve.

  • The knowledge and pride that you've come into the corporate world and remained true to who you are.

  • Flexibility to create the schedule that suits you, your family and your clients.

  • Amplified impact- your work leaves a legacy that transforms company culture.


It's a spectacular feeling to know that your work can effect change in a company. Larger businesses can seem so intractable- like behemoths that never change. And powerful CEOs? They are sometimes intimidating to work with but usually have capacities that have barely been tapped...until you show up. 

Working with execs and larger organizations has been a highlight of my career. And in my vision, an army of soul-centered entrepreneurs start to storm the gates of corporate America, conducting sneak attack change management, one employee at a time. 

So now that you know a little bit about my agenda, let's talk about the agenda for INCANDESCENT.


I bet you might be thinking, "I don't really want to take a course about sales. I already know about sales." 

That may be true, and if you are already doing really well selling to solopreneurs and don't want to expand to bigger businesses OR if you are already make multiple six figures selling to corporate, then you probably don't need this course. 

However, if you DO want to take the amazingness you've created with your solo entrepreneur clients and achieve similar results in a corporate sphere, then, well, let's play! 



14 years ago, I accidentally found myself working with corporate clients, first as a wholesale sales rep of luxury clothing and handbags* and then as a real live consultant helping those same companies with everything from design, sourcing and production to HR, PR, marketing strategy and retail sell through. 

*By wholesale sales rep I mean that I was paid ONLY commission on what I sold to boutiques and department stores. This was 2005 so e-commerce was a blip. I bought samples from the designers with my own money, bought a car, and started cold calling stores all along the East Coast and selling at trade shows throughout the US. It was baptism by fire. 

Ok, now we can continue...

My first gigs as a freelance sales person rapidly transformed once I had proven my sales abilities and allowed me to get to know one industry (fashion) very well from soup to nuts. I didn't have a specialty, a strategy to grow my own business or any particular focus. I just convinced CEOs I could help them and then did whatever it took to be successful. In one dream role, I got to live in Italy for six weeks, design a line of handbags and work on the prototypes with the same factory that makes Jimmy Choo! All while I was a consultant and working with other clients simultaneously. 

Gradually, though, the rigors of the fashion cycle wore me down and I realized I would have to diversify in order to make a great living and not be crazy. I began to use my coaching certification and found that I could apply much of what I had learned in the fashion industry to all kinds of other market sectors. 

It was all starting to come together.

My corporate work slowly evolved to be market agnostic but focused on a few key things: 1. sales and growth strategy, 2. healthy corporate cultures, 3. great leaders and 4. the joy imperative (this one is new). 

Once I nailed down my areas of focus, business prospecting became easier (SEO helped!) and my sales cycles shortened from 18 months (yes, seriously) to a few weeks. Phew! 

During that time, I was able to see what worked (meeting CEOs) and what didn't (trying to prove my worth to the wrong type of client) and eventually codified my process of getting and keeping corporate clients. 


I chose this name because it's about light bulb moments and bringing brilliance out in ourselves and in others, yes, but more importantly, it's about impact. Electricity was a game changer for our world. And I believe that real, lasting social change is going to have to come from the business arena. The citizenry can agitate all it wants but without responsible corporations, any splash we make will not create lasting change. We need our business leaders to throw their might behind the changes that matter. And who better to light up those leaders than that proverbial army of heart-centered coaches and consultants? 


You guys, I've never had so much fun writing a sales page (I know- crazy), and I'm pouring my heart into this program. I so dearly want to see you succeed in your goal to reach more people with your work, and I know that you can do it. I also know there are some skill sets and some very specific tools that will help make achieving your goals much easier and more fun. 

INCANDESCENT is a three day training that equips heart centered coaches and consultants to land big contracts with small and medium sized businesses (say $5 million to $500 million) and then provide impeccable levels of service to help those clients achieve massive results- giving you repeat customers, sizable retainers, and the satisfaction of doing work with impact. 

We do this via virtual workshops that prioritize knowledge transfer and offer opportunities for workshopping your ideas. 

Keep reading to learn more and apply. 

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Here's the program I've put together:

  • CEO Mindset: your vision for your impact, your personal why, your leadership toolkit.

  • Best Business Model: What’s the best combination of service delivery options for you?

  • What you'll be doing: refining your WHY, revamping your value proposition and deciding on the best service delivery for your goals, lifestyle and market.

  • Eco-system: how to build it, nurture it, and grow it with structure, substance and style.

  • Sales: inside a complex sales environment, finding the decision maker, negotiation, proposals (or just say no to RFPs), consultative sales (this could be the subject of an entire course), contracting- what to know, what to expect, role-playing email, phone and in-person sales conversations (this is my favorite part!)

  • What you'll be doing: reaching out to your network, learning and practicing your sales skills, and starting the sales cycle.

  • Market Gravity is how to get customers to come to you instead of your having to run after customers. This is another huge topic and one of my favorites and will include: press- DIY vs PR firm; hosting events; drafting- how to use information from similar experts to craft your market gravity strategy; webinars, white papers and workshops, oh my; advertising- when, where, how; content strategy and your CX; Word of Mouth marketing: how to facilitate referrals and create an ambassador program.

  • Service delivery- Craft your service delivery process to ensure client success and learn systems that enable organizations to retain the change you provide.

  • What you'll be doing: determine your market gravity strategy, learn best practices for service delivery and what to do when someone screws up.

  • Sales 2.0- You may be thinking, "Will I really need to work on sales at this point???" The answer, I have found, is yes! My attention to understanding the complexity of today's business environment enabled me to sell six figure contracts to CEOs who didn't know they needed help. So, if you're a bit wary of sales in general or perhaps have already taken sales courses then I encourage you to settle in for a minute as you read below.

    • This workshop is about next-level sales. The kind that requires transformation on the part of the decision maker and the organization in order to occur. That's right. Your sales process will become transformational for your potential clients- whether or not they decide to hire you.

    • What I mean by that is once you have the basics of consultative sales down, once you have some early wins and have signed some new clients, it's time to take your process to a place of complete service. Not only will it be more fulfilling for you and transformational for your potential clients, but also it will yield higher conversion rates for those clients who are right for you!

  • What you'll be doing: refining your sales skills for the complex corporate sales environment.

  • Implementation Q and A: In the month after your INC workshop, you and your cohort will have two 90 minute Q and A calls to run through any scenario you might be facing in the sales cycle from initiatory phases through to service delivery.

  • 1:1 Exit Interviews: Each participant will have a 50 minute session with me to share wins, challenges and strategy for landing corporate clients.

  • What you'll be doing: Implementing your strategy and beginning consulting with new clients!

  • Real time feedback on: Your value prop, products and services, pitch emails/voicemails, and sales conversations.

  • A swipe file with: Samples of my proposals, happy contracts, service delivery spreadsheets, eco-system templates, pitch emails and phone scripts and a complete outline of one entire sales process from start to finish.

  • A handy binder shipped to you with: all of the above as well as all the pdfs and slides I’ll be using during our workshop so that you won’t have to guess your way through the corporate process- you’ll have everything you need.


I’m hosting one INCANDESCENT workshop this year.

OCTOBER 23, 24, 25

10 am to 4 pm each day

Virtual via Zoom


JANUARY 8, 9, 10 2020

10 am to 4 pm each day

Virtual via Zoom

The cost for an INCANDESCENT workshop is $5000. Payment plans are available.

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A few kind words...

When I signed up to work with you I felt really stagnant in my business life. I felt like all of my time and energy was going into marketing myself and convincing myself of my value in a sea of SO MANY PEOPLE doing the same stuff. I also knew I wanted to make more money and make a bigger impact and knew you were the person to go to.

I got my first 40k client within a day of signing up and now I value my work way more. So many of my actions were motivated by getting to the next step/money and now I’m driven more by the vision and I’m taking things a lot more slowly and deliberately. I also feel like i want to learn and expand in different areas of my business. Now I can see myself achieving the goals I’ve had vs. holding them loosely and not believing I can get them. I have a whole new outlook on my business overall.
— Shenee Howard, founder of
My results may not be typical, but they are meaningful. I learned that launching this work in my own time, at my own pace, in a measured and sustainable way is possible. I got way more clarity about the kind of work I want to do and how I want to do it, who I want to do it with. I reinvigorated a spark in organizational development and started to think about how my background in coaching and comfort with sales could be leveraged. I learned from the INC program that there’s a market for the kind of work I want to do which has only become more apparent in the months since the program ended.
— Tamar Henry, Curveball Coaching
Lauren is one of the most dynamic individuals I have ever met during my business career. Her enthusiasm and vivaciousness, matched with her knowledge and business insight, give her a unique perspective and make her a tremendous asset to any organization as a coach and consultant.
— Bill Payne, Director of Sales and Marketing, Lohmann Technologies
Lauren is a multi-talented business owner who’s marched to the beat of her own (very stylish) drum since she quit her first (and last) real job in 2004. She is one of the only life coaches who makes six figures via her boutique coaching firm; she maintains a corporate coaching company that specializes in sales and marketing strategies (that generate massive profits for small privately held companies); and she pretty much rocks at teaching yoga, writing and throwing parties. If you don’t know her already, you’re in for a wild ride.
— Racheal Cook, Racheal
Lauren is a high energy out of the box thinker that added great value to my business - and to me personally. She genuinely cares about what she does and suggests solutions that are unique to me - not “off the shelf.”
— Neil Mairs, President, Solutions Recruiting
Lauren’s gifts are uncanny. She rewrote our entire sales protocol and conducted days-long onsite trainings (apparently without notes) that revolutionized how our sales team thinks about customer service. Her very presence in the office improved performance, let alone the materials and experiences she left at the end of the project.
— CEO, Real Estate, NYC