I’ve never met a coach that didn’t want results. You want results for yourself – to be booked out with clients, hitting your income goals, and most importantly delivering your high-level service to your clients which in return delivers them results they are seeking. It’s a win-win.
I have met a fair share of coaches who aren’t getting the results that they want. When that’s the case the picture looks like this – slim client roster and having no clue where the next client will come from, not reaching your income goals, not delivering your high-level service to your clients.
Where does it all change? How can you flip the switch – turning on the momentum that leads to results while turning off all of the rest?
The answer is very very simple.
It begins with you choosing commit to the full process that is required to build momentum and success.
Chances are, you’ve gotten some level of business training. It’s hard to not encounter business training these days in our digital world. Imagine that all of the business training you’ve ever received is the equivalent of having almost all of the tools and supplies required to build a house except that you are missing the plans from an architect, an electrician, a plumber, and you don’t have a step-by-step daily plan to get the house built. The missing pieces & specialists required to get the house built are holding back the entire project.
In your business, where are you holding yourself back from getting the specialty training and support that you need?
Is it time to hire a VA, a graphic designer, a coach – what do you actually NEED to get to that level you see for yourself? Are you willing to commit and go all in to get those results?
There is no magic pill for business, without taking the steps required and doing the inner work and action required, there is a slim chance that you will wake up to that flood of clients that you’ve been dreaming of.
If you’re already committed and getting started on your new path to commitment, how are you staying accountable so that it’s not boom & bust or on again off again with your focus and dedication?