Five things I would not do if I were becoming a new certified life coach and launching out for the first time.
Number one five things I would not do if I were launching as a life coach. Number one, I would not count on my business to pay all of my bills right away.
Number two, I would not launch without having some paying and practice coaching clients already lined up or workshops, events, partnerships planned out to help find coaching clients consistently.
Number three, I would avoid getting certified. Number three, I would not avoid getting certified and then map out the vision for the future of my coaching company through books speaking workshops, events, sponsorships, partnerships, other trainings, etc.
Number four, I would not try to do it on my own. I would find an accountability partner, a mentor a circle of support preferably unpaid, as they have nothing to gain from you being or staying in business.
And number five, I would not try to be like everyone else, or even do what they’re doing. They’re only showing you the good and happy times. Pretty graphics fun pictures, the romantic stuff, not when bills are due. And definitely not the hustle of making money to meet a money goal or playing the numbers game and of course the mental and emotional exhaustion of it all.
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These are Black Life Coach Certification training tips from a Certified Black Life Coach and a Certified Black Life Coach Trainer on how I became a Black Certified Life Coach and how YOU can become a Certified Life Coach as a Black woman and grow your future business as a Black Woman Certified Life Coach; Hosted by a Black Life Coach Trainer who is the Owner and Founder of an online Black Life Coach Certification Training company for Black Life Coach training, Black Life Coaching, and Black Life Coaches (Think of Black Life Coaches like: Andrieka J Austin, Iyanla Vanzant, Iyanla Fix My Life, Stephan Labossiere, Pastor R.C. Blake’s, Jr., Lisa Nichols, Maya Elious, Tony Gaskins, Stormy Wellington, Angel Richardson, Tomiko Lowry Pugh, Marshawn Evans, Shanel Cooper Sykes, Dr. Sonja Stribling, and Sara Jakes Roberts, and Courtney Sanders)