avatar Anna Gannon Editorial Lead at Expectful

What can we do to ease our transition from woman to mother in our personal development, career, and life in general?

This question is something that today’s guest, Natalie Eicher has been working with women on through her coaching work at Mettacool. Natalie is on a mission to support and empower women during their transition into motherhood and beyond.

On today’s episode, Natalie walks us through her personal journey of navigating a massive career shift, how her pregnancy and motherhood affected how she lives her life, and how helping women build a supportive community around them is the cornerstone of her work.

Check out Natalie’s Motherhood Support System Worksheet here.

Scheduler a free 20 minute coaching consultation call with Natalie here!

About Natalie Eicher


Natalie Eicher is President & Co-Founder of Mettacool, a company focused on enabling women to achieve higher levels of performance and well-being through coaching, education, and community

Natalie is a National Board Certified Health & Wellness Coach, trained at Duke Integrative Medicine. Natalie’s passionate about helping women visualize and achieve their personal well-being goals, leading them to realize their purpose and potential and put it into action. She feels her own purpose is gathering, empowering, and equipping women in community, because a strong community of women who support each other can radically impact our health and happiness, our communities and our culture.

Prior to co-founding Mettacool, Natalie spent 10 years in the technology industry, where she was in various sales leadership roles for Dell EMC. Natalie also founded and led the Diversity & Inclusion office for a multi-billion dollar business unit within Dell EMC, where she was responsible for retaining, advancing, and attracting diversity talent.
She also earned a BA degree at Ohio University in Marketing and Sales and is a Certified Personal Trainer with specialization in pre and postnatal fitness.

She lives in Raleigh, NC with her husband and son, Anderson, and enjoys being active outdoors, stand-up paddle boarding, cooking, traveling, and spending time with family.