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!
Starting a coaching business can feel kind of overwhelming, no? For instance: Are you sitting here, reading this, desperately wanting to know how to start your coaching business, but also wanting to lie down because there’s SO MUCH TO KNOW? Is this the first, or 400th, article you’ve read on “How to start a coaching
I’ve been planning for my business for years now. You’d probably expect me to have a fine-tuned system down. In my mind, it would involve champagne, a butler, some sort of high tea, and my entire team high-fiving ourselves saying something like “Cheerio, another year perfectly planned. Thanks old chap!” (I’ve been watching WAAY TO