Coaching Podcasts: Revisiting 3 of My Best Interviews

Over the years I’ve been interviewed on some great podcasts.

Toku McCree
2 min readApr 21, 2022
Micrphone symbolizing podcast recording with Toku McCree

Over the years I’ve been interviewed on some great podcasts, but while some of you have heard or listened to these interviews many of you haven’t. This is why I wanted to go back and revisit 3 of them and share my biggest takeaways from recording them.


    Episode 15 — Sales With Honour and Love on the End of a Sword

    I’ve told my story of becoming a coach several times on different podcasts, but this one was special. Maybe it was because we were deep in the pandemic in 2020 or perhaps it was the tenderness I felt in the middle of my No Woman Vision Quest. In either case, there’s something truly special about the podcast that I think will resonate with a lot of coaches.

    Episode 8 — Transformative Enrollment: Moving Beyond Yes and No

    This may be my most popular podcast of all time. Other than the book I’m currently working on it lays out my philosophy on creating clients in a powerful and transformative way. I talk about how meaningful a sales conversation can be, and how learning to love conversations around commitment can shift the way you grow your coaching business.

    If you haven’t listened to it or heard it in a while I HIGHLY recommend you check it out.

    Episode 77 — The Path to Coaching Mastery (and what new coaches get wrong)

    In this episode, I talk about the breakthrough I had around coaching and enrollment. There’s a lot more to coaching than is talked about in the generalization of coaching. Check it out to hear me talk about the final 10% of coaching that often gets ignored.

    This episode also contains some really great tips for new coaches including proposals, packages, and more.

If you get the chance to check out any of these three podcasts, I’d love to hear your thoughts and questions. Feel free to respond here.



Toku McCree

Executive coach and writer. I’ve toured with rock bands, trained as a zen monk, and taught preschool. My hope is that my writing makes you think.