Sharing your knowledge and providing guidance to other people cannot be more lucrative these days. With the advent of coaching programs, people who are considered experts on their chosen niche can now launch programs to transfer what they know to their trainees/students. In return, they will be paid, depending on their level of expertise and the services that they are offering, anywhere from $12,000 – $25,000 per coaching program.Sounds very lucrative, right? If you are now seriously thinking about going into the coaching business, I recommend that you take note of these 3 wonderful steps first that can help you make your coaching programs stand out from the rest:1. Different strokes for different folks. One of the most common mistakes of coaches is that they offer the same information and assistance to all of their trainees. You see, even those people who are sharing the same goals have differences too. They differ in level of comprehension, experiences, and skill levels. That is why, you will need to offer them personalized programs that will suit their needs and demands. Of course this will not happen if you do not know your trainees on a deeper level. Set up one-on-one meeting with… Read full this story
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