“The Unlucky SEVEN” - things you need STOP doing and your coaching business will grow.
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In my 11+ years of coaching practice I found that it is very easy to do these actions and I call them “The Unlucky SEVEN”.
If you are a beginner in coaching - it will be very easy to dive in this routine.
Don’t go for the easy way. Better to go for the right one.
[1 - Coach everyone]
I know that it is easy to say “I can coach everyone” as everybody could benefit from coaching.
You are right. They could. But not everybody knows it so first - do your educational part for them and let them decide if they want to be coached.
[2 - One man orchestra]
Yes, you are good in doing things by your own and you know how to write posts on social media, you know how your website should look like and you even know how to create it and you sure know how to write a sales letter.
But you know what is better? Better is together with your team. Maybe not right now but it will be better later so prepare for that. Look for your future team.
[3 - Solve client’s problems]
I know that you want to help your client to solve his problems. Stop It. You are a coach not a problem solver. Work on your client not on his problem. (S)He created problems by being smaller as a personality so (s)he can solve those problems by becoming bigger, right? Work on client, not on problems.
[4 - Learn nothing new]
Coaching is not just a profession. It is more like a mindset, lifestyle with huge amount of curiosity - so you can’t stop learning as there are so many things you could learn to be more valuable to your clients (and to yourself too). It easy not to learn. Stop It. More Learning is more Earning too.
Actions 5, 6 and 7 still left.
Can you relate with first 4?
If yes - take a look what can you do differently and in the next insight I will share the rest.