Build A Business – Not A Job
If you’re limiting your coaching to working with low-dollar clients, then what you have is a job. Sure, you may get to call yourself a boss, and you even get to name your own salary (to a point), but it’s still a job. It requires you to be present, and you’re paid directly for the time you spend.
And as you’ve likely discovered by now, that’s not really scalable.
- Hours are limited, so you can’t simply give yourself a raise by working more
- Raising your rates brings in more per hour, but reduces the number of clients you attract
- Going on vacation or taking time off for a new baby? Goodbye paycheck
- Your clients want big results yet are unwilling to make the investment needed
Clearly, there must be a better way. But before you rush off to create a whole catalog of offers, remember…
It’s Easy to Get Overwhelmed When Building a Coaching Business…
- You are working a 9-5, managing your house, supporting your family and friends (mentally and emotionally) – all while working to build your business… and you are starting to wonder if its all worth it.
- Your work is falling on silenced social media walls with no one taking you up on your offers… or worse, when they do respond, you soon learn they either cannot afford to work with you or are not ready for the time commitment.
- You are looking around, watching others thrive and have success… wondering what the secret is.
You crave time and financial freedom, you are just unsure how to make it happen.
The bottom line is this…
You have been trying to manifest your dream life for a long time…you know it requires action on your part, you just need a little help figure out what actions to take.