How To Start Marketing Financial Coaching Today
What you'll learn
- New financial coaches looking to launch their own business
- You must have a computer and a webcam or camera
So, you’ve decided to become a financial coach and want to build your own business. There are many trainings that focus on developing the skills of the coach, but ultimately, you need to find clients to turn this dream into a reality. Unfortunately, just simply being open for business does not mean business will come in. I’ve worked with many financial coaches that spent their time working on tasks that did not help their business grow. By the time some financial coaches realize that they need to step up their marketing efforts, it’s too late. I’ve seen many financial coaches close up shop after months and years of waiting. I want to change that.
Financial coaching can be an enticing home-based business. Some people are looking for work flexibility or higher potential income. Many things with a financial coaching business can be addressed as you grow. You can take specialized training as you discover what your clients need. You can build fancier websites and implement helpful technologies as you grow. But without clients, you’ll waste a lot of time and money.
Is a business without clients truly a business? It’s time to go from notrepreneur to entrepreneur. I put together the shortest, most densely packed training on how to really start marketing your financial coaching business in today’s environment. All of these tools are free. You just have to start using them - the sooner you start, the sooner you’ll bring in clients. Don’t let yourself be the financial coach that regrets how they spent their time.
In this training, I’ll help you spend time on the things that will make a difference for your business, give you the highest chance of success, break through your own doubts, and change lives – including your own.
Who this course is for:
- New financial coaches
I’ve been a financial coach since 2011. I majored in economics and then worked in consulting, banking, investment management and financial advising. I’ve been teaching, speaking, and writing about financial wellness for years. I helped several companies build financial coaching programs as well as my own. I’ve learned a lot about how to focus on the critical parts of marketing financial coaching in order to increase the odds of success and avoid becoming the all too common failed business.