How to Open and Operate A Financially Successful Personal and Executive Coaching Business
With Companion CD-ROMeBook - 2011
In the U.S., the average professional coach makes roughly $150-$200 per hour. It is not uncommon for a seasoned coach to make well over $100,000 per year. If you are good at motivating and inspiring people, a coaching business may be a great choice for you. If you are investigating opportunities in this type of business, you should begin by reading this book. Keep in mind that this business looks easy but, as with any business, looks can be deceiving. This complete manual will arm you with everything you need, including sample business forms; contracts; worksheets and checklists, opening, and running day-to-day operations; setting up your office; and dozens of other valuable, timesaving tools of the trade that no business should be without. While providing detailed instruction and examples, the author leads you through every detail that will bring success. You will learn how to set up computer systems to save time and money, how to meet IRS requirements, how to generate high profile public relations, and how to implement low cost internal marketing ideas. You will learn how to build your business by using low and no cost ways to satisfy customers, as well as ways to increase sales and have customers refer others to you. Successful coaches will appreciate this valuable resource and reference it in their daily activities. The Companion CD-ROM is not available for download with this electronic version of the book but it may be obtained separately by contacting Atlantic Publishing Group at email@example.com
Publisher: [United States] :, Atlantic Publishing Group :, 2011.
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