Life Coaching is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. Information has become one of the hottest things on the market and getting one on one feedback from a coach has become invaluable. The coaching industry isn't just specifically life coaches either. They have executive coaches, job transition coaches, career coaches and more. The industry has long surpassed the $1 Billion mark.
So, you have the experience and the patience to be able to handle others and mentor them. You decided to become a coach of some sort and things are working out. Maybe you need more clients. Or maybe you have a slew of people clamoring to become your client. How do you usually get new clients? How do you limit yourself to quality clients that you can have a major impact on? If these are questions you have been asking yourself then maybe you can start by refining your online presence.
The Internet is Full of People Seeking Mentorship
Are your services available and discoverable online? If not, then what are you doing to tap into this market? If the answer is yes, then how are you using your online presence to sort through potential clients? The most effective life coaches know what they are good at and do not try to help every single soul that walks through their door. You became a coach because you want to make an impact in someone's life and you want to make sure that you are going to bring value to your prospect.
Professionals Sort. Amateurs Convince.
You can build tools into your website that can help automatically sort your prospects. Coaching is a people profession but if you can automate a bit of the process, you can save you and your prospect time. You might even be able to find that you can refer them to a colleague.
As a Life Coach, do you need help sifting through potential clients and making sure that you work with the best candidates?