What do You Think About Paying Yourself a Living Wage as a Solo Coach?

As a solo coach of any kind, you have a choice between structuring your coaching as a hobby… or setting it up as a business that will let you make your living doing what you love. Possibly with a recurring revenue stream. One of the common ways to try to set your coaching fees so […]

In-Depth Information On How To Make Your Living As A Coach

If someone asked you, on a scale of 1 to 10, where you’d put your coaching skills, hopefully you’d say 10 or at least an 8! When they ask coaches about their solo coaching “business” skills… their answers usually aren’t that high. For those who think about marketing as the only important solo coaching business […]

Did You Confuse Your Coaching Income with Your Salary When Setting Your Fees?

There is a BIG difference between a coaching income and a salary.  There are many differences between your take-home pay as an employee and the coaching income you make as a self-employed coach. Just a few of these differences are: Your company paid for vacations, sick days, holidays, and personal days. Your company paid for your […]

As a Coach, Have You Put Yourself First?

You may recognize Simon Sinek from his Ted.com presentations. Especially the one about the golden circle and the “Why?” And he is the author of the classic “Start With Why”. Here’s a favorite quote from him: Have you put yourself first? It’s so sad when we hear some coaches say that they may need to […]

Short-term vs. Long-Term Thinking for Coaching Success

Are you looking at your life as a coach in the short-term or the long-term? What’s the difference you may ask yourself? Consider the following: Do you find yourself in a position where you need clients immediately to pay bills, rent or mortgage, or for something you want to do for your child, etc.? If […]