The great thing about coaching is you don’t need a formal education to become an awesome coach and make a good living. But this gray area can also confuse people about what qualifications you need to be a coach.
When most coaches start out, they have a goal of someday working with clients that pay big. But somewhere along the way they start believing that it’s not possible or that they don’t deserve it.
Many beginner coaches struggle when it comes to choosing their market.
They often focus on the wrong things when they try to attract clients.
I taught a hard and valuable lesson to an attendee of my recent Client-Getting Mastery event.
A lot of people preach networking tips that are too pushy.
This video straight from my Client-Getting Mastery seminar shows you how to network in a way that feels good…
Power Vs. Force by David R. Hawkins
I have a lot of books from David Hawkins, but I especially love this book because it dives into the topic of consciousness and I read about a technique called muscle testing that I use a lot in my coaching.
There’s a lot of people out there giving business advice who say things like “work smarter, not harder”, which I 100% agree with.
Only problem is that when most people say work smarter not harder, they actually suggest you figure out a way to “outsmart the system”.
There are more coaches than ever these days because there are more people than ever that need our help.
But that means there’s more people for clients to choose from, so you’ll need some reliable ways to stand out so clients know you’re the right coach for them.
Have you ever heard the phrase, “the money is in the list”?
It’s true, that when you have a big email list you can make a lot of money with the push of a button.
Does that mean you can’t make a lot of money with a small email list?
Even though a lot of people think I was born with some special advantage or talent…I wasn't. I had to go through the school of hard knocks and make a lot of mistakes like everyone else.
One way I’ve grown my business (even when I was starting out) was by forming joint venture partnerships.
That’s when you find people who have your audience and they promote you. They can help promote your business, book, session, or live event.