Over the past few years, I've had the pleasure of working with some amazing coaches. I recently asked them to reflect on one big takeaway from our time working together that has proven especially useful for getting clients. Here's what they said...
Becoming a coach is one of the most rewarding things I've done in my career. But it can also be incredibly overwhelming. With so many different opinions out there on how to get started, it can be easy to fall into the trap of analysis paralysis. Here's what I wish I'd known when I was just getting started.
There's a specific part in my book Don't Let The Fear Win that always seems to make an impact on people. The main message is that when you define yourself by how many clients you get or how much money you make, you actually end up with less of both. I also give a specific mantra that has really helped me avoid falling into this trap.
Do you ever have trouble connecting with people who are a good fit for your coaching? Do you ever wonder how to help them understand what you do in a way that gets them interested? And finally - would you like to book a consistent stream of sessions with your ideal clients? If you answered yes to any of that, then you're going to want to learn how to tell your story the right way.