Ever been in a situation where you’ve read or heard something that made your blood boil? So much so that you had to come forward and make a stand for what you truly believed was fundamentally important? I did – this week.
While running your own business can be exciting and challenging, there can also be times where you get into a slump. Here are the next 6 things you can do to get you back on track.
While running your own business can be exciting and challenging, there can also be times where you get into a slump. Here are 6 things to get you back on track.
Are you doing these 5 things in your coaching practice? You should be if you want to turn prospects into clients.
How are you tracking with your goals this year? Are you on track? Have you achieved most of them? Or, are you too embarrassed to even think about your goals because you’re a long way off from achieving them.
Everything you say to yourself, when you are by yourself, can help you in achieving success. Or not. Are your words, helping or hindering you?
Struggling to define your unique brilliance and distinguishable qualities so you can confidently answer the question: “Why should I hire you?” On today’s podcast I discuss 3 barriers that can stop you from defining your personal value and self-worth.
Have you been working hard to get your message out there – yet you still feel invisible? Or maybe you’ve been speaking with prospective clients (who you know you could support), yet they still say ‘No’ to your services? Why?
Before you have the next conversation with a prospective client, it’s important you have each of these 5 things in place. If you don’t – you’ll find it very hard to make the sale. Don’t make the same mistakes as so many other coaches are making.
Just had a conversation with a prospective client and they’ve said ‘No’ to your services? Before you feel tempted to do either of these 3 things (which is typically what coaches will do) – don’t.