Hey Coach Ponyling! This website and community has been around for just over two years! While I’ve been a full-time coach for almost 6.5 years over at The Revolutionary Club, this little project just became a full-blown toddler :). And while I’d like to pretend that I’m a glossy-haired, nicely ironed, well-postured business owner… …the
Hey PonyNation! Have you ever heard someone tell you that you should trade or barter your fancy new life coaching skills in the beginning, to save you money on stuff you need for your business? Maybe you barter for some website strategy help. Or maybe you barter for some business coaching. Or maybe you barter
Do you ever overthink a decision? Agonize about it, going back and forth while you anxiously chew your nails or think about eating more chocolate? Me too! 🙂 My latest business decision involves what I like to call “Annoying Uncle Matthew” (i.e., a relative we can’t get rid of even though we desperately do not
Quick question: Who is your best “business friend?” Did you immediately have a name pop up, or did you think “ummm….?” I define best business friend as someone else who is a coach (or an entreprenuer who understands the industry), is in-it-to-win-it, and who supports you in your business, the same way you support them.
Have you ever thought about marketing, and been instantly exhausted? Or overwhelmed? A lot of new life coaches have marketing myopia, in this case meaning that they are either: 1) Focused on being EVERYWHERE! ALL AT ONCE!! to the exclusion of everything else or, 2) Totally overwhelmed by marketing, and therefore figuratively hiding under a
Are you quietly worried about what to name your coaching business? Do you find yourself debating between your own name (you like it, it’s you!), or some sort of other, more descriptive name that is more in tune with your coaching niche? John Smith Coaching. Or… Inner Heart Date Coaching. Which do you choose! ARGHHHHHHHHHH!!!
Have you ever been scrolling through your Facebook feed, and seen endless ads from coaches talking about how they “retired their husbands in 3.5 weeks!” or “Live in Paris on a cloud of diamonds!” or something else equally fake-glamorous? Me, I’m SO over it. That’s not what it’s really like to be a successful coach!