Talking about death can seem morbid and scary. If you’re like most people, you might not know where or when to start having these types of conversations. And, yet, honoring wishes for someone’s end of life can help ease a loved one’s passing.

Meet Erin Wright, a former nurse and hospice worker, who now has a coaching practice focused on end of life coaching. In addition to working with individuals and their families to help them create intentional death plans that honor last wishes, Erin is on a mission to train other coaches who are drawn to this type of work.

In this bonus interview episode, Deb and Erin have a very real conversation about death, the importance of not leaving things undone, and what we can all do now to put plans in place for the future.

If you’re curious about hard-to-discuss subjects, please press the play button now.

Executive and Leadership Coach Deb Elbaum

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