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Latest Articles ...

How to Design an Online Coaching Course that Gets Results

Just imagine how good you would feel by creating an online course that meets you were you are now in your coaching business, gives you the type work you like and want to do and serves your ideal clients beautifully. You’d be on to a winning formula for coaching business success AND personal fulfillment!

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5 Ways a Virtual Assistant Can Help Your Coaching Business Get to the Next Level

If hiring a virtual assistant is completely (or even semi) foreign to you, then you are missing out on some awesome sauce. A virtual assistant can become your administration coach and seamlessly thread your current coaching business with your new coaching programs. The different variations of how a virtual assistant can help raise the bar are endless so we’ll look at the top 5 in this article.

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Should you coach for free or do trades?

As professionals, we should always get something in exchange for our coaching skills and time.

Does it always need to be money though?

Here are a few trade combinations I’ve tried over the years and my recommendations from each experience.

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The #1 Thing New Coaches Should Focus On

New coaches often write to me seeking advice.

Of course they are super excited about their new coaching skills. They also are pretty keen to create a successful coaching business ASAP so they can leave their old job and coach full time.

But where to start? What to focus on first when there is so much to do?

This article covers the #1 tip I share with newbie coaches.

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Can You Live in One Place and Still be an Online Coach?

I always knew I wanted to travel. So that meant if I was going to be a coach, I’d have to be online. And it worked! But what happens when the traveling online coach goes home. Does the business model still work?

This article goes into what I’ve discovered…

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Should You Create Your Own Coaching Products this Year?

You only have 24 hours a day to work, eat, sleep, play, exercise, relax and be silent. So, if you want to have some down time, pick and choose your clients and have more flexibility in your daily life you must find a way to better leverage the time you have.

Read the rest of the article to find out how…

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Problems and Failures: the Expert’s Goldmine

Use your expert’s journey (successes and failures) to create timeless assets for your coaching business and save your clients heaps of time and money.

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Recipe for a Coaching Business Breakthrough

From my own trials and tribulations as a coaching business owner and through the stories of the coaches I have had the privilege to work with, I’ve learned a lot about what works and what does not work when it comes to designing your dream coaching business.

Whether you’ve been coaching for a while or you’re just getting started, here is my tried and tested recipe for a breakthrough in your coaching business. It boils down to these five essential ingredients…

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My Backstory and Breakthroughs

For those of you who like to know more about the people you work with, here is my backstory: how I got into coaching, found my niche and the breakthroughs that made my coaching business a success.


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How to Find Your Coaching Niche

Here are 14 questions to help you flesh out the niche formula and come up with some interesting and possibly perfect coaching niches you may not have considered in the past but should.

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