I’ve been providing a wide range of support services to the coaching industry for the past ten plus years. Over these years, I’ve grown quite familiar with how to support these hard-working coaches. And, along the way, I’ve managed to sell myself on the benefits of working with coaches to the point where I completely understand the benefit and value of working with a coach (or coaches) to improve my own business!
Working with coaches has been a great boon to my business. I’ve learned so much over the years from the coaching process that I can’t imagine what BizEase would be like without that influence.
On the other side of the coin, we’ve helped so many of our coaching clients over the years develop their websites, promote themselves on social media, set up their membership sites and shopping carts, get a consistent email marketing strategy in place, you name it.
I know coaches are always talking to their clients about how they should be delegating the administrative and technical services and tasks to a Virtual Assistant so they can focus on what’s most important in their own businesses – those things only they can do. And that’s just one of the reasons why I love my clients who are coaches! It tells me they see the value in their own advice. I completely respect that. In fact, in my experience, I’ve learned that the most successful coaches have three things in common:
- They take their own advice and work with their own coaches
- They partner with a team of virtual assistants
- They frequently attend live events
Really, those are three of the things that tell me a coach is serious about their business!Great coaches tell their clients to delegate daily tasks and services to a VA!Click To Tweet
To reaffirm my beliefs in the three things that coaches have in common, I recently attended the International Coaching Federation’s Midwest Conference, where I was able to rub elbows with, and learn great tips from, some of the greatest coaches in the US and Canada! There were also several attendees from other parts of the world. I was also a sponsor, so I had great opportunities to share more about how we can help coaches turn time into money!
Have I mentioned how much I love networking in person? And to get to do it with all of these inspirational thought leaders in the industry I’m so passionate about? I am just so fortunate.
It was an awesome conference, where I was able to learn more about what makes coaches tick and how they work. I also gained a much better understanding about how to help coaches become even more successful. And I have to say, this was one of the most accepting and generous groups of business owners I’ve had the pleasure of meeting.
And after my experience at the event, I can absolutely tell you … if you want to be among the best of the best in the world of coaches, get yourself a coach, attend in-person conferences, and get yourself a kick-butt virtual assistant!
Until next time …
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