Category Archives for Coaching Methodology

What kind of coach are you?

What kind of coach are you?

Excuse my language, but I’m calling bullsh*t on something I heard last week.One of my clients told me her certification program taught her that the only way she should be coaching is to let the client lead each coaching session.She should just sit back and wait until the clients tell her what they need.Uhh… no.You’re […]

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How your coaching methodology can grow your business (part 4)

How your coaching methodology can grow your business (part 4)

In part 4 of this series, I’m sharing with you how having your own coaching methodology can help you never have to sell yourself again. That’s right.  You’ll never have to sell yourself again.  So many new and struggling coaches stress out about the enrollment conversation. They don’t want to appear sales-y. Or they feel really uncomfortable selling […]

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How your coaching methodology can grow your business (part 3)

How your coaching methodology can grow your business (part 3)

In part 3 of this series, I’m sharing with you how having your own coaching methodology can help you with your content marketing.  In order to attract and nurture potential clients, you have to create valuable content on a consistent basis so you can build rapport , show your expertise, and actually help them. The goal is […]

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How your coaching methodology can grow your business (part 2)

How your coaching methodology can grow your business (part 2)

In my last blog post, I shared that I’ll be taking a deep dive into why developing your own coaching methodology is one of the best things you can do for your business because it ensures that you…

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How your coaching methodology can grow your business (part 1)

How your coaching methodology can grow your business (part 1)

As a coach you’ve probably realized this already… But it’s damn hard to sell yourself. “Hire me because I’m… awesome?” When we’re excited about something, we’re burning to share it with our besties. “Have you seen the latest episode of ______________?” “I just finished reading __________________, have you read it yet?” “OMG, you have got to try _______________________ (restaurant, bistro, cafe, […]

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Absurd Coach Pricing Advice

Absurd coach pricing advice

Warning: Today’s blog post is a bit of a rant. By now, you may have seen a ton of ads about finding high-paying clients. In itself, there’s nothing wrong with that. But I’ve seen my competitors talk about how even if you’re a new coach, you should be charging $1k / month or more. I’ve seen that and […]

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Do Nothing, Get it Wrong

Do Nothing, Get it Wrong

I heard this quote a while back and wanted to share it with you… “Most people would rather do nothing and get it wrong than do something and get it wrong.” You might need to read that again. From my personal experience and as a coach, this is so true. This is where buyers remorse comes in. There’s a pain […]

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Six Foundational Elements to Coaching (part 7) - Psychology

Six Foundational Elements of Coaching (part 7)

In this last blog article of the series, we’re getting to the really fun stuff. Our final foundational element is to work on our clients’ psychology. For many of us, this is why we got into coaching.

When we look at someone’s psychology, we want to look at three things…

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Six Foundational Elements of Coaching (part 6) - Habits

Six Foundational Elements of Coaching (part 6)

Our 5th foundational element of coaching is to build good habits and remove bad ones. This element is about building in the day-to-day consistency that will get our clients to the other side of the transformation. Building Good HabitsFirst, what helpful habits do our clients need to add daily to make the transformation easier? You […]

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Six Foundational Elements to Coaching (part 5) - Skills & Knowledge

Six Foundational Elements of Coaching (part 5)

The 4th element of the foundations of coaching is to help our clients develop the skills and knowledge they need to make the transformation. What skills does someone who has reached the transformation have?What knowledge do they have?For example, in The Coaches Accelerator, by the time my clients reach the end of the last building […]

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