Coaching Business Secrets: How to Create a Highly Profitable Coaching Program

by Carolyn Stone and Annabelle Stevens

A coaching business can be a great second career, additional income stream for your business, or even a whole new career if you have special skills and expertise you can teach to others. Coaching is becoming the chosen method for learning a wide variety of skills, from sports performance, to dealing with family issues, time management, running a small business and more.

If you have been thinking about setting up your own coaching program in order to benefit others and gain more profits from the knowledge you possess and the work you do, this step-by-step guide will help you decide what type of coaching program you can offer, and whether a coaching business is right for you. The authors take you through a variety of coaching models and provide a wealth of information on how to put together a coaching program that will help your clients meet their own personal goals.

In addition to happy clients, you will gain testimonials, begin to brand yourself as an expert and even gain affiliated and joint venture partners all willing to work with you to help spread the word about your unique coaching program.

This guide will also give you practical advice on how to market yourself and your coaching business, and the best tools to use in order to make the most of your time and earn top dollar for your coaching services through leveraging technology and your coaching materials for maximum profits.

Coaching is a journey of transformation for both you and your clients. Use this guide to lay a solid foundation for your coaching business, and be prepared to reap real rewards.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
WHO SHOULD COACH?
WHY COACH?
COACHING MODELS
DISPELLING SOME OF THE TOP COACHING MYTHS
THE COMMON CHARACTERISTICS OF SUCCESSFUL COACHES
WHO WILL MY CLIENTS BE?
THE KINDS OF COACHING TO CONSIDER
FIVE ESSENTIAL PERSONAL TRAITS NEEDED TO BE AN EFFECTIVE COACH
FIVE CHARACTER TRAITS THAT SIGNAL THAT COACHING MAY NOT BE RIGHT FOR YOU
HOW TO BECOME AN EXCELLENT COACH
DIFFERENT COACHING MODELS
COACHING SUCCESS SECRETS
GAUGING YOUR AUDIENCE AND DELIVERING THE GOODS
SETTING YOUR COACHING FEES
PROMOTING YOUR COACHING PROGRAM
“BUT WHAT IF I DON’T LIKE WORKING WITH PEOPLE?”
GETTING YOUR OWN COACH
WHAT CREDENTIALS CAN DO FOR YOU
CONCLUSION
ACTION PLAN – COACHING BUSINESS SECRETS
COACHING BUSINESS SECRETS CHECKLIST

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Carolyn Stone is a popular freelance writer who contributes to a wide variety of print and online publications, including the blog at Accent Marketing Group Inc. Annabelle Stevens is a popular self-help writer whose work can be read regularly at insidersecretscorp.com and healthful-goddess.com.

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How to Create Wealth to Grow Your Business: A Guide for Entrepreneurs

 

by Joan Mullally and Evelyn Trimborn

 

Joan Mullally is a leading author on small business financing, marketing and investing. You can read her blog contributions at http://insidersecretscorp.com. Evelyn Trimborn is a freelance journalist on a wide variety of how-to subjects and is a popular contributor to blogs on small business and Internet marketing topics.

The authors give you a detailed approach to creating wealth through strategic planning and implementation of the right tactics for your business to achieve its goals.

They also outline new ways to add lucrative new revenue streams to your business without spending a lot of money or incurring too much risk.

If you want to raise money quickly to start your own business, this guide will show you how to begin immediately so that you don’t have to fund your business through the risky strategies of borrowing from banks, funding with credit cards, or going the venture capital or angel investor route.

Thousands of people are making money through legitimate opportunities that can help them fund their life’s goals. This guide will help you get started today. All it requires is effort, patience, and persistence to meet your wealth creation goals to grow your own small business, and reap the rewards of extra income or replacement income after job loss. You will also discover if you have what it takes to be a business owner, and enjoy the kind of independence and freedom that owning your own business can provide.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
The Rules of Wealth Building
Saving for Business Purposes
Business Taxes
Payroll Taxes
Cash for Unexpected Expenses
Cash for Unexpected Opportunities
Cash for New Project Ideas
Re-Investing Into Your Business
Diversify Your Investments
Retirement Accounts for the Self-Employed
Educate Yourself about Investments and Taxation
Don’t Spend More Than You Can Afford
5 Top Business Budgeting Tips
How to Outsource Strategically
How to Calculate The Value Of Your Time
Additional Streams of Automatic Income
More Rules of Wealth Building
Conclusion

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Words in the Workplace

There are people who do have a “way with words.” They speak in prose, and they use clear words that everyone understands. Yet even those who have the talent can be defeated when they inject “no,” “but” or “however” into their statements.

Whether at home or at work, those who use them can sabotage themselves. Consider these:

“I think it’s fine, but … .” (Never attach a complaint to a positive statement).

“No, that idea won’t work,” Instead, give constructive ideas on what would work.

The third self-defeating word is “however,” as in “That certainly has merit, however … .” This is a thinly veiled attempt to prove someone wrong.

Some people feel a need to be right all the time. No one is.

So watch these three little words, and get more positive results.

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Always pay your monthly hosting fees

If you are on a monthly plan, make sure you keep your payments up to date, or else they can revert back to available at Network Solutions, and someone  can buy it right out from under you. Naturally, you would lose the whole of the website as well.

 
That happened to me with one of my sites, only in this case, the hosting company did not propagate the DNS correctly, so the domain name was supposedly up for grabs, and then it was sold by Network Solutions to someone who bought a 5 year hosting package, which apparently is then non-refundable.

 

My hosting company then suggested I try to get the name back for $100.

 

But all credit to Network Solutions and a reasonable woman who was not thieving my domain, merely caught in the confusion, and I got it back.

 

The one other thing to note here is that the hosting company was still happily billing me automatically every month. I eventually got the money applied to my account, but it was pretty troublesome and stressful, and as I said, I lost the whole of the site and had to start from scratch.

 

 

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Mac’s Leopard better than Microsoft Vista

Mossberg likes Leopard better than Vista Apple has released a new version of its OS X operating system. Called Leopard, it replaces the previous version known as Tiger.

The Wall Street Journal’s tech expert Walter Mossberg says it builds on Apple’s quality advantage over Windows. In his view, Leopard is better and faster than Vista and has new features that make Macs even easier to use.

Among them are Time Machine, which automatically backs up the entire computer in the background. Cover Flow and Quick Look allow rapid viewing of the contents of files without opening any programs, and its Boot Camp program for running Windows on Mac are built into the new OS X system and work very well.

The Leopard upgrade costs $129 and works on Macs up to six years old.

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