Dr. Lee Baucom
Lee Baucom is the author of seven books, creator of several online courses, host of two podcasts, coach, and co-principal of an online coach training program. For the last few years, he has hosted the Save The Marriage Podcast and the Thriveology Podcast, with combined downloads of over 2.5 million.
Originally trained as a psychotherapist, Dr. Baucom realized that his approach was more of a coaching approach. So, he continued his training as a life coach. He took his combined knowledge from coaching and therapy, creating unique approaches for people to heal broken marriages. He also found application to help people to thrive in life, regardless of life circumstances.
Dr. Baucom has provided advice and coaching for people around the world. He also has a staff of coaches who bring his advice and approach to people on every continent (with the exception of Antartica, so far).
After suffering a health crisis 15 years ago, Dr. Baucom became focused on thriving in his own life. As he lives what he calls “Bonus Time,” he is committed to helping people thrive in their lives and relationships.
His most recent project is an online course, The Significance Code. This month-long course provides participants with an individualized and personalized Impact Plan. This plan equips the individual with an approach to activate their own talents and gifts in a way that serves their purpose and makes a positive impact in the world.
In his personal life, Lee has been married for over 30 years and has two adult children. In his spare time, Lee scuba dives, paddle boards, trail runs and practices jiu jitsu. Most mornings, Lee can be found on a walk with his silver lab, Ziggy.
Thriveology Podcast: How to thrive in life, across physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual realms.
Save The Marriage Podcast: How to save and improve a marriage, even when it is in trouble.
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