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The Number One Piece of Advice I Followed to Fill my Coaching Practice

As you navigate the early stages of launching your coaching business, you’re probably receiving a ton of advice … advice about marketing and client support, and, of course, about how to attract leads and convert them to clients so you can fill your practice. You probably know that not all advice is created equal. That’s […]

From Stuck to Thriving!

Brent Roy, Professional Life and Leadership Coach, was stuck. He was coaching a few clients, but wanted to attract more. He wanted to take the steps necessary to turn his coaching hobby into a profitable business—and he was exhausted from trying (and spinning his wheels). It would have been ideal to earn as much as […]

She Started out Organized … but Needed THIS to Take Her Business to the Next Level

When Nan Reed Twiss launched her Coach for Higher coaching practice, she did it right the first time: she began using The Coaches Console from the start. Nan believes doing so saved her from dealing with the challenges of automation and organization—and spared her from discovering the hard way what she didn’t know in terms […]

The Structure and Momentum She Needed to Build a Thriving Coaching Business

When Jenifer Horvath, founder of Heart Lifted Coaching, was reorganized out of her corporate job, it was both a dream and a nightmare: she finally had the time and space to become a full-time coach, but she was also overwhelmed with ALL the aspects of setting up her coaching business, finding clients, and changing her […]

From Overwhelmed Hobbyist to Organized Professional

She’d been in business for five years, and Pediatric Sleep Consultant Joanna Clark, founder of Blissful Baby Sleep Coaching, was overwhelmed, disorganized, and exhausted. She spent way too much time on the administrative functions of maintaining her business—we’re talking hours each evening after her daughter went to bed—and because this and coaching took up all […]

Putting the 80/20 Rule to Work—Doing Less to Achieve More

Rachel Dungan, The Pharmacist Coach,  was working 80-hour weeks, spending more than 80% of her time doing back-end administration tasks—manually. This mother of three small children was chronically stressed, burning the candle at both ends: she stayed up late to work, and was cranky and slow moving in the mornings. She knew she needed to […]