Most new coaches assume you need to complete a coaching certification program in order to build a successful coaching business. They figure it's the starting point to becoming a powerful coach. What a shame. More often than not, the time and money that coaches spend on certification programs is counterproductive.
There’s nothing more frustrating than having a gift to give and not enough people to give it to. The truth is, just being great at what you do isn’t enough anymore. If you want to make a living from your skills, wisdom, or expertise, you’ll need to have a steady stream of clients coming in each month. What if I told you that you could get ten conversations scheduled this week with people willing and able to invest in your services?
If you don’t have a coach, you’re putting a serious cap on your own potential. As a business coach myself, I’m obviously biased on this one. I can’t know how well coaching will work for you. But one thing is for sure: coaching works.
"Did you publish that blog post yet?" "No, but I did clean my desk, sort my email inbox, and re-organize my entire bookshelf by last name." Funny how when we have something important to do, we suddenly find a million other problems to solve.