[embedded content] Hiring a virtual assistant is supposed to make our lives easier, not harder. It’s supposed to free us up from the routine tasks we’re not very good at so we can focus on what’s really important, right? Too often, though, coaches hire a VA when they’re at their busiest. It makes perfect sense.
[embedded content] Think about your average work week. What’s the hardest part of getting it all done? Do you have trouble prioritizing or focusing? Are you getting distracted or overwhelmed? Are you constantly putting out fires as they arise? Is tough balancing your work and home life? Many of us think to ourselves, “If I
A Coaching Model Created by Sherry Fang(Teaching Coach, Blended Coach, TAIPEI) Why is coaching needed for language learners? Language learning is a very personal journey that everyone has to go through. When we were little, learning a language was a subconscious effort and often seem so much easier. However, adults learn differently and require different
[embedded content] If you don’t have a system for turning cold traffic (people who’ve never heard of you) into new sales appointments, here’s what happens: You’re a great coach, eager to make big things happen for your clients, but when you open up your calendar, it’s a wasteland… no appointments on the books. If you’re
[embedded content] I want to show you a quick primer on what you need to do on your website to make sure that it’s great for building authority and converting leads. One of the things I used to struggle with was having great clients with sucky websites. So we fixed it by building a website
[embedded content] When coaches decide to move from manual marketing to automated marketing, they usually run into three big roadblocks. First, their marketing tactics may not be effective, and there’s no point in automating a strategy that simply doesn’t work. The second block is a lack of time. Even if they have marketing tactics that
Harpreet Chana is a former member of the group she calls “functionally unwell,” categorized by feeling content, but also a bit unsettled. You’ve checked all the “supposed to” boxes, feel grateful for what you have, but also feel unfulfilled.
Motivated professionals often ask me the secret to getting promoted. They tend to focus on data-driven results as the key to promotions. Results are important but may not be the most important factor in moving up the corporate ladder. If you and others in your organization have similar results, promotions can often be based on
<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>﻿</span> Compare the way you manage your time to where you sit in a car. You might be in the driver’s seat — calling the shots, steering the car where you want to go, and accelerating and braking when you want to. Or, you might
[embedded content] Can you believe The Matrix was released almost 18 years ago? Most modern high school students weren’t even born when it first came out. Does that make you feel old, too? In case you haven’t watched it in the past decade, here’s a quick recap of one of my favorite scenes. Our main
[embedded content] Right now, I’m going to give you a simple tip on how to get better results for your clients without you working any harder. As I watch coaches work with their clients, I’ve noticed there are two main ways they try to get them great results. Done For You On one end of the
If you want to jump on the job opportunities that come your way, you’ll need a resume. But the prospect of pulling together all the details of your background is daunting for many job seekers, especially if you haven’t updated your resume recently. If you break down creating or updating your resume into small, distinct
[embedded content] I’m here at the Million Dollar Coach Intensive in London. I have just been given a topic to talk about: “How to not work so hard in your coaching business” I have this theory that working hard is a little bit overrated. There’s a thing going on right now that we should hustle.
<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>﻿</span> I hope you’re doing really well. I’m here in Bali right now. It’s just started to rain so you see a few little drops hitting the pool. It’s been a fun day today. Just finished up a Hotseat with a client… One of my
[embedded content] We’re talking about some of the reasons why coaches fail. A great client of mine, Simon Reynolds, wrote a book called Why People Fail. There’s a lot of books about success but very few about failure. The idea is, if we could learn from our failures, we can avoid them. That fact is,
[embedded content] Thousands of studies have been conducted on consumer purchasing behavior. You can find hundreds of books on the subject of why people buy, why people don’t buy, and why people fail to make a decision at all. The findings are really interesting, but if you want a detailed summary, go look for it
<span style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” data-mce-type=”bookmark” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>﻿</span> I’ve had a good morning. Got up early, went to the gym. I had a couple of appointments with potential clients this morning which has both gone super well. It just got me thinking a little bit about how to make sure that your
A Coaching Model Created by Dijana Kokai(Career Coach, SWITZERLAND) While researching for my coaching model my focus went outwards, reading a number of coaching models that my peers at ICA have previously created. Also checking online what a good coaching model must-have. And yet, there was something in me that was standing in my way,
[embedded content] Most of the coaches and consultants I know have a volatile relationship with their to-do lists. To-do lists are often seen as a staple in the arsenal of productivity tools. We all love that feeling of moving a Trello card to the “Finished” list or checking off a box in Asana or Basecamp.
[embedded content] I’m gonna show you how to structure a 12-month program so clients get great results and it keeps you free. Linear If we put an online course, like a short course, we’re gonna build it linear, like week 1, 2, 3, 4 in a set order. But if we do something for 12