Tag: find your purpose

  • Your Niche is THE Foundation of Your Business

    Your Niche is THE Foundation of Your Business

    Maybe you’ve worked with a business coach or have bought other business programs. You’ve signed a few clients, but you know you could be helping way more people. I’ve found that most programs spend very little time on niching compared to other parts of business. But without being clear on who you’re helping and what you’re helping them…

  • Are you inviting people to your party?

    Are you inviting people to your party?

    Are you inviting people to work with you? Or are you assuming people know to reach out to you if they want to work with you? If you’re doing the latter, no judgment. I used to do the same thing.  I mean, you’re on social media talking about what you do and how you help people…

  • What Result Are You Offering?

    What Result Are You Offering?

    Are you showing up consistently on social media, yet no one is booking consults? It could be because people are not clear on what result you help them get. People will “like” your stuff all day long, but if they don’t know exactly what they’ll walk away with after working with you, they won’t book…

  • The Most Important Part of Your Niche

    The Most Important Part of Your Niche

    Your niche is about you. That’s probably opposite everything you’ve been told, right? But hear me out… Yes, it’s about other people and we want to be of service, and… What if the way to be of MOST service is to serve in a capacity we feel most connected to? We feel most connected to…

  • What NOT to focus on when choosing your niche

    What NOT to focus on when choosing your niche

    Here’s what NOT to focus on when choosing your niche: 1. Other coaches’ niches – It’s tempting to look at what niches are working for other coaches. All that means is they’ve found their perfect fit niche. You want to find the one that’s a perfect fit for you. 2. Your professional background or degrees…

  • Forget What You SHOULD Do

    Forget What You SHOULD Do

    My client was so frustrated and confused about who she wanted to help in her business. She was good at supporting professionals because of her career. So it “made sense” that she’d do that. And then there was who she WANTED to help because of her life experiences and the impact she could make doing…

  • Not signing paid clients?

    Not signing paid clients?

    I’ve been there myself and I’ve helped many clients with this same struggle. Through that work, I’ve learned that there are only three things you need to do to sign paid clients: 1. Get out of niche drama – Feeling confused and uncertain about who you help and what you help them with keeps you stuck.…

  • It’s not always a niche problem.

    It’s not always a niche problem.

    It’s normal to think there is a niche problem when clients are not coming.⁠⁠But more times than not, it has nothing to do with your niche.⁠⁠It’s about you not believing that there are people in your niche who want and are willing to invest in what you’re offering.⁠⁠Your uncertainty comes across in your marketing.⁠⁠It makes…

  • It only took 30 minutes on our first call

    It only took 30 minutes on our first call

    Within 30 minutes of our first call, my client decided on the perfect niche. She was telling herself that she didn’t know who to help, but really she did. She was just doubting that those people would want what she was offering. She wanted to help moms get their lives back after having given up…

  • This industry is oversaturated.

    This industry is oversaturated.

    The #1 myth I hear about being a life coach is that this industry is oversaturated. I get clients that say “…but there’s already so many people doing <insert whatever they want to help people with>.” It’s so interesting to me because you don’t hear people saying that about lawyers and doctors. Even within those…