If you are a personal, life and/or business coach, you need these courses and this “business knowledge!” These courses are based off my book, Rich Coach Broke Coach. A stellar business manual for coaches! Basically, I’ve taken each “rich” chapter out of the book and made it available for purchase individually. Each chapter could be its own book (or course), hence, you have the option to buy them one by one at your pace.
Whether you’re just starting a new coaching business, or you’ve been coaching for awhile, we can all use insightful tips, tactics, strategies and training that can help us improve how we run our coaching business. Hence why I really like this first course as it relates to starting and running a Rich Coach business.
How do you make money as a coach? In short, it comes from four main sources. Let’s review the Rich Coach “Money Pie” to see where the bulk of your income will come from as a “Rich Coach!” You’d be surprised how many coaches are either leaving money on the table or missing golden opportunities to make money as a coach.
Clients are the lifeblood of any coaching business. Is finding clients really that hard? Why do so many coaches struggle to find their ideal client? For sure, it depends on the coaching niche they’ve chosen, for starters, but, why do coaches even struggle trying to explain what they do for a living (i.e., coaching), let alone justify the rates they charge? Great questions!
Every coach (i.e., life, personal and/or business) needs their own set of customized coaching/client agreement/assessment forms to help run a successful coaching business. Because many coaches, and those who aspire to be coaches, don’t have such forms or know how to create them, I have to created (and share) the same ones I use. You can download all 14 coaching forms if you take this course, and I show you how to customize them.
Running your own business and making sales is a numbers game, even in the coaching business. Rich Coaches know, the more exposure they have, the more leads they’ll have, which means, the more sales they’ll make of their coaching products/programs. You’ll agree, few leads equals fewer sales. The fewer the leads, the more desperate one becomes for clients. You lower your prices, work longer hours for less pay, you name it.
As coaches, we can’t let too many mistakes happen or else we’ll be out of business before we could say, “Whoops, I won’t do that again.” Minimizing the amount of times we fail or make mistakes will help keep us on track with our own goals as coaches, keep clients and prospects flowing in, keep clients moving towards their own goals with our help, and above all, keep our coaching businesses operating at optimal capacity.