Have you seen all of these online entrepreneurs making bank doing what they love and wishing that could be you too?
Are you wondering what starting a coaching business truly entails?
Two years ago when I started my coaching business, I felt the same way.
I scrounged the internet looking for guides on starting a coaching business, but always felt like I was coming up short.
So, as the business coach for new coaches and service providers, I figured it was about time I created said guide.
Consider this post your homebase for this series of ‘Starting a Coaching Business’. Instead of actually giving you everything you need to know in this post, I’m going to link you to other posts that will break down more information for you!
So you want to start a coaching business…now what?
First, it’s important for you to understand that coaching isn’t for everyone. It might seem like this epic and dreamy business opportunity and it can be, but only if it’s what you’re meant for. If coaching others isn’t a strong suit of your’s, you might want to explore other business options. The other option would be to invest in a program to learn how to be a coach. My biggest recommendation there would be to research life coaching programs. It’s a great starting point!
Coaching is unbelievably fulfilling and so much fun, but only when it’s truly your passion.
If you’re starting your business only for the money and not for the impact…coaching is not the right choice for you.
Becoming an entrepreneur is a crazy journey, especially in the coaching industry. Not only do you need to master business strategy, but you also need to master your mindset. This is something no one told me when I was starting out.
Mindset and confidence are at the root of your business. Without them, success will be difficult to come by.
If you’re not ready to do the inner work, you might not be ready to be an entrepreneur. I’m just being honest!!
Ok, so here are the biggest questions people have when starting a coaching business:
See? Those are A LOT of different questions and I’m sure the list will continue to grow with even more articles.
So, now it’s time for you to explore.
Understand that coaching isn’t for everyone, but if you feel it’s the right path for you and you’re ready to do the inner work, then go explore all the posts above to learn what you need to know when starting a coaching business!
And if you’re already tired of reading, but know this is the path for you, learn more about my signature course and enroll today to get moving on your business!