Designing powerful and compelling offers that build trust
Gathering support and taking care of myself and my ability to serve my clients
Authentically unfolding and expressing who I am through building my business
Entering the world of the people in my market
Envisioning innovative ways for clients to address their concerns
Building a resonant brand – building my public identity
Enrolling new clients through sincere and authentic selling
Fulfilling my promises to clients – building my public identity of trust, brilliance, and value
Pursuing mastery as a coach and as an entrepreneur
Here are the core design practices that Entrepreneurial Coaches use to build a sustainable coaching business.
Core Design Practices
Making a living as a coach takes more than knowing how to coach. It also takes knowing how to be an entrepreneur.
Coaching + Business
November 11-13, 2022
Coach as Entrepreneur
Respond to your calling in the fullest way you can.
Making a Good Living by Passionately Serving the People You Care About through Expressing Your Unique Brilliance
Build My Coaching Business Now
September 19, 2022
Feeling confident and focused on what you must do to build a thriving coaching business
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4. Building a powerful brand
You are more skillful in building a powerful brand that enables you to get more coaching clients.
3. Designing innovative coaching
You are more skillful in designing innovative coaching offers that distinguish you from other coaches.
1. Inspires you to be your best
You are more skillful in building a life that nourishes, energizes, and inspires you to be your best and do your best work.
2. Unfold Your Uniqueness
You unfold and express more of your uniqueness, your gifts, and your passion in building your business and living your life.
What you will learn
To enable you to make a living by building a successful & sustainable coaching practice, serving the people you are passionate about serving.
November 11-13, 2022
From 9.00 am to 7.00 pm daily (Face-to-face)
Venue: B4-6-6, Solaris Dutamas (Publika), Jalan Dutamas 1, 50480 Kuala Lumpur
Coach as Entrepreneur
3-Day Workshop and 6-Month Entrepreneur Journey
For Professional Coaches
Individuals who are already coaches and wish to take their practice to the next level into a successful and sustainable coaching practice by developing a strong entrepreneurial streak next to their coaching skills and competencies
Individuals that realise that becoming a professional coach requires both developing as a coach and an entrepreneur and thus combine a stringent coach development journey and an entrepreneur development journey
For Aspiring or New Coaches
What do we mean by ‘Entrepreneur’?
There are many definitions for this word. In my mind, what makes someone an entrepreneur is they embody a certain way of being that is characterized by two elements:
First, an entrepreneur is passionate about serving a certain community of people – their target market– who are facing certain circumstances. This passion focuses their efforts in many important ways.
Second, an entrepreneur is committed to generating value for people in their market, but even more than that, they are committed to renewing the lives of these people by offering new possibilities in a way the community already values.
Entrepreneurs are innovators. They create what I call unique entrepreneurial offers that help to differentiate them in the marketplace and establish their identity as a leader.
I find that nearly every struggling coach doesn’t have the right focus. For example, they consider their offer to be “coaching,” and will coach anyone who wants coaching. By doing this, they believe they will widen their market. But the effect is the opposite: by doing this, they narrow their market to such an extent that they actually have trouble attracting clients.
There lies the key! We see ourselves as coaches. We invested significant time, money and effort to develop as a coach and earn a coaching credential.
Yet, it is only half of the success recipe. The other required half is entrepreneurship ~ the business of coaching.
In this three-day workshop and six-month journey, we will equip you with the skills and competencies to develop and grow your coaching business, using nine core design practices for entrepreneurial coaches.
Can you visualize yourself as an entrepreneur?
Finding your true offering creates room for renewal in your work.
I think the heart of our offer as coaches is renewal and rejuvenation. This is what self-development ultimately offers: a new perspective on ourselves, others, and on life, which brings a new kind of freshness that connects us more deeply to the vitality of life.
The ‘Coach as Entrepreneur’ course has three elements:
Cultivating an entrepreneurial way of being
Teaching a set of practices for building a viable business
Nourishing the growth of a community of practitioners
Together, these elements generate the particular kind of renewal that is offered by this course.
What is missing for most struggling coaches is an entrepreneurial way of being. In my experience, there is no simple ten-easy-steps formula for building a successful coaching business. These formulations have the appeal of simplicity. They fit nicely in the confines of a book. However, they lack the nuance necessary to face – and respond creatively to – the actual circumstances that coaches find themselves in while building their business.
Building a successful coaching practice is not easy. It requires a certain way of attuning and sensing the circumstances and opportunities available, and certain skills to respond creatively and effectively to build the business. I’m calling this mixture of attunement, sensitivities, and embodied skills an “entrepreneurial way of being.”
What are the key questions coaching clients asks when choosing a coach?
Whenever you extend your offer to someone, you put them in the position of having to assess your offer before they know whether they should accept it.
Potential clients need to answer four questions for themselves:
Is it relevant to me?
Is it useful to me?
Is it valuable to me?
Do I trust this person to deliver this value?
For a potential client, answering these questions is not easy. You have to make every effort to make it easier for them to answer these questions. If you speak about your offer using generic language like “coaching,” you make it much, much harder for potential clients to understand and accept your offer.
Coaches can learn how to create offers that are easy for potential clients to understand and accept.