Many people are born coaches without even realizing it. People are often unaware of what it takes to be successful as a coach. Many question if they have the potential to do well in this career.
When people hear about leadership coaching, life coaching, or business coaching for the first time, they think you need a lot of life experience, a large following, and a charismatic personality in order to be successful.
The truth is that none of those elements matter. When I started coaching in my early 20's, I had little life experience. I did not have a large following or network. I was (and still am) introverted and shy away from the spotlight.
Most people who become coaches realize that, in all their previous careers, something hasn't quite stuck. When they discover coaching, they realize it's the exact thing they've been looking for. Coaching takes all the things you've loved about all their jobs and puts it all together, while eliminating all the things you don't like.
In this episode, I take my research from training over 1,000 coaches to reveal the five signs you are born to be a coach.
Students can access the entire course with our live online certification program available to those anywhere in the world.
"I thought I would have to wait until I finished my training before I would start having success as a coach. Instead, I received the support I needed to launch my practice and enroll several paying clients!"
- Claire B.
In our introductory weekend, you will learn how to create rapport and trust with clients, the structure and flow of a coaching session and our signature STEAR Method™ that will inspire your clients to achieve their goals.
We are the only coaching school to provide an entire weekend that helps students with their entrepreneurial goals, no matter how little experience they have in marketing and sales. You will learn how to build a brand and launch a successful business.
We celebrate diversity in our classroom and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all our students. We welcome students of every race, religion, sex, gender, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, and physical ability.
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