New Coaches Start Here
As professionals, we should always get something in exchange for our coaching skills and time.
Does it always need to be money though?
Here are a few trade combinations I’ve tried over the years and my recommendations from each experience.
New coaches often write to me seeking advice.
Of course they are super excited about their new coaching skills. They also are pretty keen to create a successful coaching business ASAP so they can leave their old job and coach full time.
But where to start? What to focus on first when there is so much to do?
This article covers the #1 tip I share with newbie coaches.
You only have 24 hours a day to work, eat, sleep, play, exercise, relax and be silent. So, if you want to have some down time, pick and choose your clients and have more flexibility in your daily life you must find a way to better leverage the time you have.
Read the rest of the article to find out how…
Here are 14 questions to help you flesh out the niche formula and come up with some interesting and possibly perfect coaching niches you may not have considered in the past but should.
If you are still figuring out your coaching niche, and want some help, here is a list of coaching niche ideas to get you thinking.
When you’re at a networking event and you’re asked to introduce yourself and your coaching business, does your tongue get all tied up in knots? Do you turn bright red and start feeling a bit too warm on the inside?
If, so, have no fear! I’m about to give you a handy little script that you can use to design an elevator speech that helps you feel cool, calm and collected while also imparting valuable information to your audience.
After quite a history of false starts in my coaching business, I've finally made it through to being a coaching success story. But it was a long and tiring road and I'd like to help you do things better from day one, if I can. So, I've been doing a lot of thinking...
In my experience, many people become a life coach because they are in a job that no longer inspires them. The thought of instead having amazing, life-changing conversations with people, and getting paid for it, sounds much better. I totally agree. Coaching rocks! However, as romantic as becoming a coach sounds, loving coaching and then running a profitable and fulfilling coaching business is another thing altogether. This article will help get you started in the business side of online coaching.