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20 Reasons to Start a Coaching Business

One of the best jobs in the world is being a coach. Not only do you get to help people and build wealth at the same time, but being a coach will also broaden your opportunities, and enrich your life.

What is a Coach?

A coach is someone who helps their clients achieve goals and transformation by using their knowledge and expertise. Are you an expert on a topic? Do you love helping others? If yes, you should consider becoming a coach.

How to Become A Coach

Starting a coaching business is easier than you might think. To become a coach you will need to choose a niche, price your services, and get clients.

Identify Your Niche

One of the most amazing things about coaching is the number of niches to choose from. Your niche will be something that you specialize in or your area of expertise. For example, you might be a business coach who teaches new entrepreneurs how to grow their businesses. You could also be a financial coach who teaches married couples to budget their money in a practical way. The possibilities are endless.

To find your niche ask yourself…

  • What am I really good at?
  • What have I helped people with in the past?
  • Who is my ideal client, and what problem can I help them solve?

Answering the questions above will help you gain clarity on your niche.

Price Your Coaching Services

You have an amazing service to offer your future clients. Before you can put your offer out there, you will need to decide how much to charge for your services.

Ask yourself the questions below to get a sense of what you should be charging for your coaching service:

  • What is an hour of my time worth?
  • Can my ideal client afford my prices?
  • What bonuses or resources will I include in my offer? What is the value of each bonus or resource?

Take the “What’s the Perfect Rate to Charge For Your Coaching Business?” to find out how if you are charging the right rate for your services.

Get Clients

After you have decided on a niche and priced your coaching services, it’s time to get clients. Paying clients to keep your business running. Wondering how to get your clients? Start with the steps below.

Testimonials and Referrals

Your first client will most likely be someone you know (your friend, acquaintance, etc.). If your clients are happy with the results you provide, they will most likely recommend you to people they know. Do not hesitate to ask for testimonials or referrals. Consider creating a testimonial template to ensure you get a glowing recommendation.


Keep your ideal client in mind when doing marketing through social media, email or paid ads. Think about what value you can provide your ideal client. Communicate your value clearly and consistently across all marketing platforms.

Check out “How To Become A Coach” for more practical tips!

Still Not Sure About Coaching? Check out 20 Reasons to Start a Coaching Business

1. The Coaching Industry is Growing

Ever since the global pandemic, many industries have been affected significantly. For example, business owners are looking for business coaches for guidance to scale their businesses. Workplace employees are looking for career coaches to help them improve their career development or transition to a new career entirely.

In unprecedented times coaches are needed more than ever to help their clients navigate change, uncertainty, and opportunities for growth.

2. You are Passionate About Helping People

Are you sought after for your amazing advice? Do you always have other people’s best interests at heart? Do people come and tell you they get results after you have given them advice?

If you answered yes to any of the above, a coaching career could be a great fit for you!

3. Flexibility

Have you ever dreamed of owning a business, choosing what kind of clients you like to work with, how many hours per week you want to work, and how many hours you want to spend with your family or do your own thing?

As a coach, you have a ton of flexibility when it comes to running your business. You get to choose who you work with, where you work, and for how long. Through your coaching business you can take back your time, make an income, and run a business that works for you.

4. Financial Freedom

Achieving financial freedom as a coach is possible! As a coach there is no limit on what you can make. You aren’t tied to a salary or dependent on commission.

Write down how much money you would like to make (realistically), and imagine how that money can provide for yourself and your loved ones!

5. Low Startup Costs

All you need to start your coaching business is Wi-Fi, a laptop, and a quiet space. You will also save a fortune on renting office space and paying for transportation.

6. You Don’t Need a Team to Start

When you launch your business, you wear all the hats. You are the CEO, marketing executive, sales team, customer service and more. You don’t need to hire a team until you have more money than time.

7. You Will Learn and Grow

You will learn and grow so much as a coach! Overtime you will grow as a business owner, coach, and person. You will learn a great deal from running your business and your amazing clients.

8. It’s an Ideal Time to Start a Business

There is no time like the present to start your coaching business. The coaching industry has been steadily growing for years and isn’t showing signs of slowing down anytime soon.

9. You have Something Unique to Offer

No one else can do what you do, how you do it. You have unique experiences, stories, and advice to offer your clients. Just think about what your future clients will miss out on without your coaching!

10. Make a Difference

You believe that every person has big dreams that are worth pursuing! You believe that change is possible. You believe that people can reach their full potential if given the right training and guidance.

Coaching is one of the best careers that allows you to make a difference. Through your business you will encourage and empower others to achieve their dream, reach their full potential, and help clients transform their lives.

11. Coaching Businesses Create Opportunities

Coaches get to do many different things. Beyond helping their clients achieve amazing results, many coaches write books, get paid to speak, launch online courses, and collaborate with other brands and businesses. 

12. There are People out There Who Need You

The transformation you offer through your coaching services is exactly what your ideal clients needs. Without you, your potential clients are stuck. A coaching business is about more than making money and creating a lifestyle about you love. Primarily, your business is about the people who need what you have to offer.

13. Expand Your Network

Your coaching business is a great way to meet new people and expand your network!

Through coaching, you will meet people you might not have otherwise been introduced to. By sharing your services with the world you will build a referral network of satisfied clients. You will also make connections with fellow coaches and service providers.

14. Coaching is a Rewarding Profession

One of the best moments in your coaching career? The moment your client says “thank you.” 

As a coach, you get to help your clients achieve their dreams and goals. With your support and guidance, the client that once felt hopeless and discouraged, often becomes the client that achieves way more than they ever thought possible.

15. Turn Your Stories into Something Powerful

What are your stories? What are the mistakes that you made and wish to help other people to avoid? What are the some things you have done right that others can benefit from?

Your stories have the power to inspire and help your clients. Coaching gives you a powerful platform to share stories of your setbacks and triumphs.

16. Life is Too Short Not to Follow Your Dreams

Life is too short not to follow your dreams. You don’t want to look back 10 years from now and wish you had started your coaching business!

17. Connect With People Around the World

As a coach, you have the opportunity to connect with people around the world! Unlike most professions, your reach isn’t limited to your immediate environment. Through online coaching you can inspire and touch people’s lives across the globe.

18. You Don’t Need a Specific Certification to Become a Coach

You don’t need to make a big investment of time or money to get certified as a coach. You could start today!

Clients don’t pay for your time or your certification. Clients pay for results and transformation. Your primary responsibility as a coach is to help clients achieve their desired results based on your advice and guidance.

19. You Don’t Have to Call Yourself a Coach To Be a Coach

Maybe you own a small business, a school teacher, or a non-profit executive, your title isn’t “coach”, but you help others by sharing your knowledge and expertise.

You just might be a coach without the “coach” title. You are already doing what you love, making money by helping others, and using your expertise. Might as well make the coach title official!

20. It’s Never Too Early or Too Late to Start

There’s no time like the present. Take The Coach School founder, Alli Worthington, for example.

At age 23, Alli was a stay-at-home mom.

At age 32, Alli had her 5th son but lost her home four weeks before the son was born. To support her family, Alli launched her first business.

Then at age 37, Alli began coaching other women to help them avoid mistakes she has made before.

At age 40, she launched her first book, followed by a Podcast launch, and started earning an income through speaking gigs at 42.

At age 44, Alli co-founded Called Creatives and launched The Coach School at 45!

If Alli can do it, so can you. It’s never too early or too late to fulfill your dreams.

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How To Become An Online Coach: 5 Steps To Take Now

Coaching businesses are booming, especially after the pandemic. Some people needed a career transition. Other people decided to finally take the leap and start their own businesses. At the same time, more people are willing to invest in a coach to guide and help them improve their business or personal lives.

If you’ve been thinking about starting an online coaching business, there has never been a better time to get in on this booming industry.

The Coach’s Responsibility

When people seek help from a coach, they are looking for transformation. A coach’s responsibility is to guide clients to close the gap between where they are now and where they want to be. As a coach, it’s important to equip yourself with coaching and business skills.

Benefits of Being an Online Coach

Ever since the pandemic, many coaches have started online businesses. There are many benefits of being an online coach, including:

1. No limitations of geography or time zone. You can serve clients all over the world.

2. Saved time and cost of commuting, office rental, etc.

3. Starting the business on your own. You don’t have to hire a team of staff in the beginning.

Now is the best time to start your online coaching business. Join the free masterclass – 3 Secrets to Become a Successful Coach and discover the ultimate coaching business roadmap to learn how to launch a profitable coaching business and avoid the mistakes many budding entrepreneurs make.

Here are 5 Steps to Take Now

1. Get Clarity By Identifying Your Perfect Person and Your Niche

If you try to attract everyone to your business, you will attract no one. It’s important to identify your perfect person and niche by answering the questions below:

Perfect Person Profile

  • What problem are you solving, and who are you solving it for?
  • What is his/her age?
  • What is his/her career?
  • What is important to him/her?
  • What is the biggest problem he/she is facing?
  • How can your coaching help deliver results to him/her?

Keep your perfect person in mind, and stand in their shoes when you share your knowledge and expertise via online platforms or marketing materials.

Niching Down

How do you decide on the niche topic that you will be coaching/teaching? For example, if you are a career coach, that would be your major niche. Then narrow down the sub-niche: Would you like to focus on graduating college students who need help preparing for job interviews and identifying their career paths or would you like to focus on people who just got laid off and need guidance and encouragement on finding new jobs? That would be your sub-niche.

What if you have other niches that you like to offer? Don’t worry. You could add different niches and services when your business is already established.

2. Set Up Your Business

When building anything great, you need to start with a strong foundation. Create a strong foundation for your business by setting up the following online business essentials:

  • Name your business. When it comes to coaching business it’s recommended to name your business after yourself. When your niche or offer changes in the future, the name still grows with you.
  • Decide on your tagline. Your tagline should clearly describe your niche and the value you bring to your client.
  • Determine how your business will be structured legally. Laws vary in different places, so it’s best to hire an accountant or attorney to set everything up for you. It’s a small investment that can save you headaches and money in the long run.
  • Set up your finances. Open a bank account for your business and research software you will use to balance your books.
  • Set up your website and business email.

Once you’ve got the business essentials above squared away it’s time to work on the really fun stuff, pricing and packaging your coaching services!

3. Decide How to Conduct Your Sessions

Your business is getting more legit by the minute! Your next step is to decide how you would like to conduct your coaching sessions or courses. Choose a method that makes you feel comfortable and works for you. Here’s what to consider when decided how to conduct your sessions:

  • How do you want to meet your client? Would you like to meet via Zoom, Google Meet, Phone Call, etc.?
  • How much time would you like to spend on one coaching session? For example, Do you offer 30-minute or hour sessions? How often will you coach your clients? Weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly?

Now that you know how you will conduct your coaching sessions, it’s time to create your offer.

4. Price And Package Your Coaching Services

Deciding how much to charge for your services is a crucial step. Start this process by considering what you’ll include in your coaching packages. Below are a few things to focus on when creating your coaching package(s).

  • Focus on delivering the results that your clients want.
  • Add value to your package by going above and beyond one-on-one sessions
  • Create tiered offers. Your baseline package will include one-on-one coaching sessions. A premium offer will include one-one-one sessions as well as exclusive products, access to resources and groups or additional connection with you. Your highest offer will contain everything included in your first two offers and more (be generous here)!

You’ve got an idea of what you’ll include in your coaching packages. Now it’s time to determine what you’ll charge.

Read more here about how to package your coaching services.

What to Charge for your Services

Here’s how you set your pricing when starting out as an online coach:

Do your research by finding three different coaches in your niche and see how they price their products. Take the following notes:

  • What package(s) do they offer?
  • How much are they charging for each package?
  • How do they present/market their packages?
  • How many years of experience do they have coaching?

After you’ve done your research, ask yourself the following questions:

  • What is an hour of my time worth?
  • What is the true value of my expertise?
  • Where do I fit in the marketplace?
  • Consider the elements of your package – what are you including? What is the value of each element?

You know what your competitors are charging, you’ve reflected on your worth as a coach, take a moment to consider what you will charge for your coaches packages.

Want to learn more about how to set prices for your coaching package? Take The Coach School’s “What’s the Perfect Rate to Charge For Your Coaching Business?” quiz here.

5. Get Clients

To keep your business running, you’ll need paying clients. Discovery calls are the best way to sign new clients. A discovery call is a free (usually 30 minute) call that you offer to potential clients.

Offer Free Discovery Calls

When you are just starting out as an online coaching, you will spend a lot of time on free discovery calls. Free discovery calls are a great way to get experience and gain confidence presenting your offer to potential clients.

Your free discovery call has two main goals. The first goal is to allow you and your client to find out if both of you are the right fit for each other. It also allows your potential client to experience what things look like if they want to commit to coaching sessions with you. The second goal is to close the sale.

Impress potential clients by doing the following in your discovery call:

  • Diagnose your potential client’s problems and gain clarity on his/her goal.
  • Help them solve an immediate problem they have during the call if possible.
  • Explain how your coaching can help them achieve their goals.
  • Clearly communicate what’s at stake if they don’t take action.
  • Make your offer. You need to close sales to get clients. Don’t shy away from making your offer.

Step 6. Build Your Personal Brand

As a coach, how you present yourself to your ideal clients is crucial, including who you are, what you stand for, and who you serve. Branding is communicating who you are repetitively and consistently to your ideal clients. Personal branding allows you to build trust with the audience, help position yourself as an expert, and attract new clients. Below are the steps that help you to develop and fine-tune your own personal brand:

Find Your USP (Unique Service Position)

Your unique service position (USP) should help give your ideal clients an apparent reason for why they should work with you and what’s at stake if they don’t hire you. Your USP should define how you are different from other coaches or competitors. When determining your USP, focus on addressing your perfect client’s pain points and they ways you can address them. Here are the questions you may ask yourself when defining your USP:

  • Give your ideal clients a clear reason – Why should they work with you? And what’s at stake if they don’t hire you?
  • Write down five quirky or unique things about yourself.
  • Write down three unique life experiences you’ve had.
  • Focus and consistency when sharing your expertise in your niche.

Connecting Through Story

Using story is a powerful way to promote your personal brand. Stories are a powerful way to build rapport and establish trust and likeability. A good story may captures a potential client’s interest and encourages them to take action on your offer. A powerful story contains the following:

The Hook: A great hooks grab people’s attention. It could be a headline, a great photo, or a social media post. It should relate to your audience in a personal and emotional way. For example: How a single mom who was in a huge debt cleared off her debt and built a million-dollar business.

The Story: The story should be broken down into three parts:

  • What was life like before?
  • What was the turning point?
  • What was the result?

The Close: Show your clients what is possible for them as a result of working with you. And be sure to include a call to action in your close. Give your reader a next step!

Start brainstorming a list of stories you can use to build your personal brand.

Step 7. Market Your Coaching Business

Wondering where you’ll share your great stories? One way is through your marketing. Marketing means finding your ideal clients and telling them how you can solve their problems. You should spend 80% of your time doing marketing while 20% of your time managing your existing clients. When marketing your services, remember: You are not for everyone, and that’s okay. Focus on your perfect person.

Here are a few ways to market your coaching business:

  • Referrals and testimonials –  If your customers are happy with your service and the result they get, they will be more than happy to share your services with other people. Provide satisfied clients with a template when asking for referrals and testimonials.
  • Social media exposure – Create valuable content for your social media followers by sharing your niche knowledge and expertise on Social Media.
  • Email list – Start and grow an email list by offering a valuable downloadable in exchange for an email address. Email marketing is a powerful way to build your know, like, and trust factor with potential clients.

Last But Not Least, Get Started

If anything is worth doing, it will be worth doing badly at first. You don’t have to do everything perfectly at the start. There will be trials and errors. Learn from mistakes and move on.

Here is the good news, you don’t have to do it alone. As they say, iron sharpens iron.
Join The Coach School founder, Alli Worthington, for a free masterclass – 3 Secrets to Become a Successful Coach and discover the ultimate coaching business roadmap.

When You Lose Momentum

What To Do When Your Coaching Business Loses Momentum

At some point in your coaching business, there will be times when you feel stuck, new clients stop coming in, and you are not sure if you are doing everything right. But here’s the good news – you can learn how to grow your business, attract new clients, and gain momentum. Having momentum that builds on itself is a key to a long-term, sustainable business. Keep reading to learn more.

How much time should you spend on serving current clients vs. bringing in new clients?

This question is crucial for new coaches. You will want to ensure that you are serving your current client wholeheartedly, but it is also important to bring in new clients to keep your business going. We recommend you spend 80% of your time on marketing to attract new clients and 20% on taking care of the current clients. Here’s how you do it:

(1)  Write down your ideal number of clients Vs. How many clients you currently have.

(2)  Do a time check/audit, write down the hours you spend managing current clients Vs. Hours you spend marketing to potential new clients. 

(3)  Compare the hours. Do you need to spend more or less time managing current clients? 

(4)  Write down how you will make these changes.

The more clients you have, the less time you will spend on marketing. But even when you are at your max number of clients, you should still spend 20% of your time marketing to new clients. It is important to keep raising awareness, growing your prospect lists, and growing your business. 

How To Attract New Clients

Now that you know how much time you should spend on serving current clients, bringing in new clients, and the changes you should make, let’s dive into momentum marketing.

Momentum marketing is doing marketing on different platforms that bring people to you. Having momentum that builds on itself is a key to a long-term, sustainable business. Here is a list of possible streams that helps attract new clients and continually build momentum in your marketing.

(1) Referrals

Referrals are a great way to get new clients because people tend to trust someone they know or like who has used your service. You may ask current clients for referrals. The best time to ask for a referral is when a coaching course or program comes to a close or after you’ve achieved a specified goal with a client. Most of the time, satisfied clients will be more than happy to refer you to someone they know.

(2) Testimonials

Testimonials are essential because they build trust and credibility with your ideal clients as they can see that others have achieved the results they’re looking for through your service. The best time to ask for a referral is when a coaching course or program comes to a close or after you’ve achieved a specified goal with a client. Use a template or script to help your customers on how to give a testimonial.   

(3) Social Media

Studies have shown that internet users spend 2 hours and 27 minutes on social media per day on average. We encourage you to try out as many Social Media platforms as possible to see which platform you may attract your perfect person. You don’t have to do everything at the same time. Start with one or two platforms first. On social media, be focused and consistent on creating valuable content to showcase your expertise, engage with your audience and build trust with them.

(4) Paid Ads on Social Media

The purpose of paid ads is to help create awareness and visibility of your business that may boost traffic to your website. Be specific about your target audiences when creating paid ads. Below are a few ideas on how you may run your paid ads:

– Create campaigns/challenges that engage the audience. For example, if you are a fitness coach, you may consider doing a “7 Days Jumpstart Challenge To Build Your Dream Body”.

– Create an irresistible offer that most people couldn’t say no to—for example, free Ebooks, mini training/courses that cost under $5. This is a good way to increase business revenue. At the same time, it gives your ideal clients a chance to “try first” before they commit to your services for full price.

– Create short videos/reels to capture the audience’s attention.

When you are attracting new leads to your website or platform, this is also a good chance to build a community (e.g., a Facebook group) to serve and attract new clients.

(5) Email List

Studies have shown that 40% of people are more likely to purchase a product through email than through social media. Email communication is where you build the -“Know, Like, and Trust” factor. Below are a few ways that you could build up your email list-Create freebies in exchange for leads’ emails. The freebies could be an ebook, planner, or guide that brings value to your audience.

-Offer mini-courses/masterclass/discovery calls to your audiences. The experience allows your potential leads to imagine what it will be like should they work with you or purchase your full course in the future. It also helps build trust on a more personal level.

(6) Partnerships and Collaboration With Other Service Providers

Partnerships and collaborations are awesome. Not only will they help you increase marketing exposure, but you might also establish a source of referrals. Here’s how you can do it: 

– Collaborate with a service provider/brand related to your business. For example, if you are a parenting coach, you might want to collaborate with parents and kids’ product brands (e.g., storybooks, toys, kids’ education platforms, etc.).You could do activities such as a parenting topic seminar, Facebook Live, podcast interviews, etc.

Think of it as a win-win situation for both you and your collaboration partners. Partnerships and collaborations allow more exposure, leads, and sales conversion for both of your businesses.

(7 )Your Weekly Show (Podcast, Instagram, Or Facebook Live)

Your weekly show (such as Podcast, Youtube, Instagram, or Facebook Live) is also a great place where you build the -“Know, Like, and Trust” factor. Create valuable content to showcase your expertise and serve your audience. Your weekly show is also a good chance for you to do partnerships and collaborations such as interviews or discussing a certain topic. It’s also a great way for you to interact and connect with audiences. For example – you may encourage your audiences to send in their questions (preferably related to your niche or daily life topic) so that you may answer them during your weekly show. 

Pro tip: Share more in-depth content on Podcast/Youtube channels. An audience who will purposely search for specific content via Podcast/Youtube is more likely to be interested in more in-depth or specific content.

(8) Great SEO On Your Website

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. The purpose of SEO is to make your website more visible. SEO helps drive organic traffic to your website and increases the chance of converting prospects to customers. 

Great SEO involves a lot of different factors and doesn’t work the magic on its own. Some factors are relevant keyword research, high-quality website content, design (such as blog posts), Google search ranking, etc. While SEO might seem complex, it is one of the keys to building long-lasting results for website traffic. Therefore, take some time and learn about SEO; it will be worth it in the long run.   

(9) Pinterest

Pinterest is definitely another great way to drive traffic to your website – for free. Usually, people who visit Pinterest are looking for inspiration and information. Here’s how you can create inspiring, informative Pinterest content:

-Create pins that direct to your website/resources. This is not only to attract more followers but also aims to reach non-followers who might be your ideal clients.

 -Create pinnable images on your blog posts and pages that you want people to visit. This allows audiences to pin and share your resources on their board.

– Pin consistently (Preferably at least three times a day). 

– Always use a few relevant keywords for your pins.

Use Data To Make Smart Decisions

Now that you have used different methods to attract new clients. It’s time to use data to make smart decisions. With data, you can analyze which marketing streams or content work best for you. Which streams don’t, and what changes need to be made. How do I get the data? You might ask. The answer lies in a monthly audit. As a business owner, you should do at least three types of monthly audits: Time Audit, Social Media Audit, and Website Audit.

(1) Time Audit

A time audit aims to determine if the tasks you time on support your goals. Write down the tasks that are supporting your goals and the ones that are not. Then make a plan to implement necessary adjustments on things that are not working and improvements on things that are working.

(2) Social Media Audit

A social media audit enables you to understand whether your social media strategy serves your business goals. The idea is to take a look at your account analytics and analyze which kind of content works best and which doesn’t. 

Do more of what works best and less of what doesn’t. Below are the things that you should be looking for in your analytics: 

 – Which content always brings people to your website page?

–       What are the posts/content that resonated with your audience the most? (Eg. You received lots of comments on this particular post.)

–       What did people comment or say about the post?

–       What contents did people like/save/share a lot?

–       How will you adjust your social media strategy and content based on the above answers?

(3) Website Audit

Your website plays a vital role in raising brand awareness and increasing the chances of lead and sales conversion. When we start building a website, it won’t be perfect, and adjustments and changes will need to be made. Doing a website audit allows you to determine what edits and changes you should be making. Below are the factors to consider:

-What are your most viewed pages?

-Do you have a strong call to action and a lead magnet to capture emails on your pages?

-What are the best traffic sources that bring people to your website?

-What adjustments will you make to your website? 

Apart from the above three audits, if you have any other systems that you’re wondering how effective and productive they are, you will need those audits too. These audits could be email campaigns/newsletters, paid ads, SEO and etc.

The “P” Word – Profit

Last but not least, let’s talk about profit. Profit plays a vital role in keeping your business running. Your finances should live by this formula:

Sales – Profit = Expenses

Below are the basics of allocating your funds:

– First, aim to allocate 15% to your profit account.

– Second, pay yourself 40% for the owner’s/salary account.

– Next, allocate around 25 – 35% for your tax. Do seek advice from your accountant for the correct percentage.

– Last, allocate all remaining funds into your expenses account. The percentage should be around 10 – 20%.

Should you want to learn more about business profit, we recommend “Profit First – Transform Your Business From A Cash-Eating Monster To A Money Making Machine, “ by Mike Michalowicz.

Your service rate is one of the important factors to grow your profit. Do you know the rate that you should be charging? Take “What’s Your Perfect Rate” Quiz.

Time For Action

Now that you have learned about different ways to build business momentum, start building. Building momentum takes time and effort, but it is well worth it in the long run. You don’t have to do everything at the same time. Make plans and start to schedule them. The key to building momentum is to be consistent, focused, and always repeat what works and change what doesn’t work.

Does that still feel a bit overwhelming to you? Do you wish for a coach who could guide you and answer your questions related to your business marketing strategy? Join The Coach School. Not only will you receive a step-by-step guidance course, but there will also be a coach to answer your question at live coaching sessions. And not to mention a community that supports one another.

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