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How to Apply to Be a Certified Positive Psychology Coach®

Posted by Julia Stewart

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One of the most common questions we get about the Certified Positive Psychology Coach® Program is, "How do I apply?" In the past, application was made primarily by telephone interview, so we could determine, along with the applicant, whether the program was the right fit and whether the coach qualified for advanced placement. It's still possible to apply this way, but it seems to take too long, so we're streamlining the process.

You can now apply to the Certified Positive Psychology Coach® program via an online application. It's currently free to apply and only takes a few minutes.

 

A few other important questions about becoming a Certified Positive Psychology Coach®:

- Is this program approved by an internationally recognized coaching association?

Yes, the Certified Positive Psychology Coach® Program is Approved by the ICF (International Coach Federation) for 125 hours and it's licensed by the IAC (International Association of Coaches).

- Will I be prepared to coach professionally when I graduate from the Certified Positive Psychology Coach® program?

Yes, this is a training program for professional coaches that integrates advanced coach training with positive psychology from start to finish. 

- Do I have to wait to join?

No. New modules start every month, so we have rolling enrollment.

- What is included in this program?

Everything you need to graduate and get certified is included: classes, recordings, written materials, tests, certificates, research papers and articles, study groups, business tools, and your Certified Positive Psychology Coach® credential. We also recommend a variety of related books and other media, but you're not required to buy anything extra.

- I live in Europe (or Africa, Asia, Oceania), do you have classes I can attend?

Yes, our courses are taught via live interactive webinars and you can access them via any internet-connected device or via telephone (we have "local" phone numbers for 18 countries). If you miss a class, you can watch the recorded video. Our class schedule is between 10am - 10PM Eastern/NY Time and our students literally are from all over the world! That said, classes are small and students get to know each other well and become good friends. View upcoming classes here.

- How much does the program cost?

Current tuition is listed here. You can save 10% if you choose to pay your tuition in advance.

 

More FAQs about this program are here.

 

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Topics: become a coach, free coach training, Certified Positive Psychology Coach, Positive Psychology, positive psychology coaching

5 Life Coach Reasons to Love The Voice

Posted by Julia Stewart

Life CoachLike millions of others, I've grown to love NBC's The Voice. For me, it stands head and shoulders above other TV talent shows for a whole slew of reasons.

I even like it better than So You Think You Can Dance and I'm a former dancer! After laboring for years in dirty loft studios and off-off-off-Broadway theaters in Lower Manhattan, I can only imagine how incredibly cool it is for those young dancers to be featured on television. But it's equally cool for singers to get their chance on The Voice and the format of The Voice makes it really special.

What's so great about The Voice?

1. Like Ceelo Green says, The Voice is full of positive energy. Unlike some other shows that will remain nameless, all The Voice contestents are good performers. None of them are up there to be ridiculed and laughed at. It takes guts to go for your dream and the show respects that.

2. The Voice is a supportive environment. It's a cosmic kitchen serving up great singing chops. The first cool feature is that the judges are competing along with the singers, so they are on the line, too. That makes each of them, great singers in their own right, both judges and coaches. The Blind Auditions that made the show famous, mean the judges have to choose their team members on voice, alone. When more than one judege turns their chair around, the singer gets to choose their own coach, giving the power to the contestents. Those constant shifts in power make the show exciting. Plus, every coach has a vested interest in each of their singers. The better the singers do, the better chance the coach has to win. It's a win-win-win set up, much like a strategic habitat designed by a great life coach.

3. High-quality performances every week. With great coaching, huge talent, intense competition and tons of singing challenges and opportunities to perform, the singers grow before your eyes. Each week, at least one performance gives me chills. Last night, both Amanda Brown with 'Natural Woman' and Trevin Hunte with 'And I'm Telling You', gave me chills, tears in the eyes and a lump in my throat. As every coach will tell you, there's nothing better than witnessing someone who is stepping into their full potential. Very cool.

4. Acknowledgments from all the coaches. The show spends A LOT of time on this. It almost seems like too much, but it's a cornerstone of why the show works. Even though the coach/judges are competing, they are generous with both their praise and suggestions for improvement to all the singers. They don't just hand out pats on the head. And it's fun when they admit how jealous their are of the other judges' teams.

The possible exception is Christina Aguilara, who has doled out faint praise for several singers from competing teams. Positive psychology coaches will notice Christina's use of Passive Destructive Response (PDR) when critiquing Melanie Martinez on three separate occasions, by changing the subject and praising the stage set instead of the singing. It's a well-researched method for subtly stealing someone's thunder. As a result, I grew to dislike Christina and her team by extension and wonder if that's partly why the public voted them out early. I hear Christina won't be back next year.

5. The show is just plain fun. This year, during the knockout rounds, when singers had to win by singing a great duet with their opponent (another example of winning via cooperation instead of straight competition), competing coaches got to 'steal' the losers. Amanda Brown was snatched up by Team Adam Levine and Ceelo is still lamenting her loss.

Of course the banter between the judges is priceless, including Blake Shelton's dumb country jokes, like his comment last night that he thought that big violin-thing was called a Ceelo.

The Voice has everything that I love as a life coach: positive energy, supportive environments, great performances, acknowledgment and fun. As Oprah proved years ago, TV can reach for the highest common denominator and still succeed - hugely.

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Topics: life coach, Coaching, become a life coach, become a coach, free coach training, OPRAH, ENVIRONMENT, The Voice

10% of Coaching Schools Go Out of Business Every Year

Posted by Julia Stewart

coaching schoolsThe Sherpa Executive Coaching Summary, a large-scale annual survey on the state of executive, life and business coaching, was just released yesterday, with a startling statistic that 10% of all coaching schools worldwide go out of business every year - every year.

I've heard this statistic tossed about in reference to specific years, but now it's becoming an annual trend? This flies in the face of an old coaching myth, that the real money is in coach training, not coaching. That couldn't be further from the truth.

Why are coaching schools going out of business when the profession of coaching is still growing?

1. One theory is that there are too many coaching schools. As Donna Steinhorn mentioned in her recent The Truth About Coach Training post, 10-12 years ago, there were only a few coach training schools, but now there are well over 100 coaching schools, worldwide. Sherpa says there are actually over 300 coach training schools in the world. In fact, peer.ca, which tries to compile all the coach training schools worldwide, lists 508, as of today.

That means around 50 coaching schools will go out of business this year. Will one of them be yours?

2. Another theory is that many professional coaches, believing the myth that 'the real money is in coach training', started coaching schools when their businesses were challenged recently during Depression 2.0. If that's the case, I'm guessing most of them have/will go out of business, because it is actually much more expensive and time-consuming to run a quality coach training business than it is to run a coaching business.

Personally, I made more money per hour as 'just a coach' than I do running School of Coaching Mastery. Education, done well, is labor-intensive and labor is expensive.

Why do I do it? SCM is a labor of love for me. I have a vision of one million master coaches worldwide and I'm just getting started.

3. Another theory of why 10% of coach training schools go out of business, is that coach training has become a commodity. There is so much competition that schools are competing on price, rather that value. This was further supported by the incredibly high unemployment rates of the past few years, when people were desperately trying to start coaching businesses with little or no money.

When money is extremely tight, unlikely promises, such as the promise of one coaching school mentioned by Sherpa, that you can 'Become a Certified Professional Life Coach in Just 16 Hours' for $397 or $497, or whatever the price du jour is, become alluringly tempting. If such a school also brags about their 3000 successful graduates, you have to wonder about their criteria for 'success'. I've talked to quite a few 'graduates' of these 2-week wonders (because eventually they realize they need more training and contact me) and not one of them has told me they ever got a single paying client.

So in the race to the bottom, some schools, even the huge schools that were founded in the mid-nineties, have become less profitable. And if you're not in it for love, you'll get out if there's not much profit.

School of Coaching Mastery is about to turn five years old in March. We've weathered Depression 2.0 and our international Ultimate Coach Training coach-students are spreading their masterful coaching skills to thousands of grateful (paying) clients. 

I wouldn't close this coaching school for anything. I've got too much work to do to get those one million master coaches out there changing the world for the better.

What do you think? Do 10% of all coach training schools really go out of business each year? Why or why not? I'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section, below.

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Topics: Coaching, executive coaching, coach training, School of Coaching Mastery, free coach training, Business Coaches, Life Coaches, coach training schools, coaching schools, economic downturn

Free Coach Training vs. Ultimate Coach Training

Posted by Julia Stewart

[UPDATE: The Coaching Certificate Exam is no longer available with the Free Coach Training Program. Please see Just In Time coach training, if you would like to take the exam.]

Recently a new member of School of Coaching Mastery's Ultimate Coach Training Program membership asked what the difference is between her new program and our Free Coach Training program.

It's an understandable question, because it's hard to convey with a website what you experience when you join the Ultimate Coach Training program, but the difference is huge. And each month that you remain in the program, we add more value, features and benefits, so it just keeps getting better...

So I created a very simple table to show some of the most obvious difference in the features of these two programs. To keep it simple, I just compared the first month of the Ultimate Coach Training Program. See below...

It's probably not the features that matter to you, though. It's what the features do for you, like:

  • Become a professional life or business coach faster
  • Get higher-paying clients sooner
  • Organize your new business with less stress and confusion
  • Avoid flunking certification tests
  • Enjoy the camaraderie of like-minded coaches, while you experience this huge personal and professional transformation
  • Become a master coach
  • Get the life and business you really want

I could go on. But here's the table that compares just the first month of our Ultimate Coach Training Program Membership with the Free Coach Training program. With 60 hours of training for just $377, you can't beat the value anywhere:

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Topics: Coaching, coach training, School of Coaching Mastery, free coach training, Coaches, coaching clients, Become a Master Coach, Business Coaches, coaching classes, coaching businesses

New Free Coach Training Tool

Posted by Julia Stewart

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[UPDATE: DECEMBER 2012 - The Coaching Certificate Exam is no longer available with the Free Coach Training Program.]

As effective as Free Coach Training is, the downside is that new coaches need to track their own progress. That said, a talented new coach can launch his/her own coaching business just with the 28-hour Free Coach Training program. And now you have a new tool to help you with that!

As FCT graduate and Coaching Certificate holder, Scott Schumacher, has said:

"I had no idea how a 28 hour free training program could so effectively set me on a path to coaching as a profession.  This program was also a huge self-development boost for me, and I discovered so much about myself and ways I could improve my communication with friends, how I “showed up” in the world every day, and that I could almost naturally start affecting others with this change in myself."

Our Ultimate Coach Training members get quite a bit more support from us. But I decided that it's time to add a new tool (The ICF would call it an accountability structure; the IAC would call it a supportive structure...) that will help you stay on track, learn what you need to learn, become who you need to become, get your Coaching Certificate, and understand your next steps toward becoming a successful coach.

 

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Topics: coaching business, coach training, free coach training, ICF, coaching career, IAC, coaching tool

Coach Training Financial Aid

Posted by Julia Stewart

How to make money as a life coachOccasionally we get requests for financial aid for coach training.

Yes, we do offer financial aid for coaches who want advanced master coach training at School of Coaching Mastery. We understand that making a career jump into one of the fastest-growing professions of the 21st Century can present financial challenges and we want to make it doable for you.

Here are a few options we have that make comprehensive coach training within reach for anyone, regardless of your financial situation:

 

However, we do not offer scholarships for coach training. Why? There are two main reasons.

I call this the Humane Society Rule. The Humane Society and ASPCA don't give away free puppies and kittens for two reasons:

 

  1. People value something that they pay for more than something that's free. Free puppies and kittens are more likely to be abandoned or abused than those that are paid for. Likewise, people who get free or low-cost coach training, get less value from it than people who invest substantially in it, even when it's the same training. I know this sounds crazy, but like it or not, people show up differently when they make a substantial investment. That difference is the key to their success.
  2. The Humane Society and ASPCA depend on fees to continue doing their great work. So do we. Even though some of our students only take the free program, our paid students keep us in business and get much more support, as well as advanced training from us. Again, it's the difference that makes all the difference.

Here's an example of how this works: One of the most successul coaches that I know paid $10,000 for her coach training when she was a Starbucks barista, making less than $10 per hour. As you can imagine, she had to scramble to get that $10,000 together.

Was it worth it? Today, this coach charges around $600 per hour, changing people's lives, doing something she loves. How much would you be willing to invest to make sixty times as much per hour, by helping people and doing something you love? Could you find an extra $347 per month to do it?

Or maybe you just don't trust the process. Explore this blog and website further to understand how new coaches become successful coaches faster. Some related blog posts are below.

Then again - and this is a big one - maybe you don't trust yourself. If you're someone with a history of half committing, or half trying, or of quitting before you succeed, or worse, waiting for 'proof' that you'll succeed, before you commit; work with a great coach who can help you with that. The payoff will be enormous.

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scholarships for coach trainingFind out more about financial aid for coach training here.

Topics: coach training, become a life coach, become a coach, free coach training, become a business coach, Become a Master Coach, coach training program

Does More Coach Training Equal Less Blogging?

Posted by Julia Stewart

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Does more work = less blog? In a word: Yes.

I've written before about how hard it is to keep up with this blog, especially when I'm working hard at School of Coaching Mastery. Like lately.

Seems like lately I've been working my bum bum off (as the Brazilians might say) and the blog is suffering again.

Yes, I know about keeping a blog schedule, writing posts in advance, guest blogging and all the other cool tools for feeding the Blogging Beast. But I also know this: my readers are more interested in my content than in my schedule, readership does not go down when I fail to post (because there are already hundreds of informative articles here), and last but not least, although educating our visitors so they are ready to become successful coaches, is a high priority for us, serving our real customers always comes first.

So here's a quick update on coaching news, plus a sneak peek at what's to come:

  • Best Coaching Blogs 2011 ended August 1st and was possibly the best ever. Exactly 1,450 people 'liked' it on Facebook. Evelyn Kalinosky won 1st place. Congrats to all Top Ten Winners.
  • We reached our $1000 goal for UNICEF Famine Relief in the Horn of Africa. The special live Coaching Groundwork for Famine Relief course is going great with 20 participants. Thanks to everyone who gave!
  • Nearly 100 people have tried Great Self Group Coaching and the response has been phenomenal. Members of the ongoing pilot group are discovering powerful aspects of themselves. Their most common remarks are, 'This is fun!', 'Love this program!' and 'Thank You.' There's an opportunity to try it for free and to join the ongoing group at an early-adopter price. Register here.

PS: What's the new World Trade Center (pictured above) got to do with blogging and coach training? It's a great example of people furiously working on a huge project with spectacular results. I walked around it with Adela Rubio one and a half years ago and they've added more than 70 floors since then.  I bet those guys don't have time to blog, either! More to the point, they couldn't do it alone. Any great project is worth a great team. We're here to team up with you so you can master your own projects with furious speed.

Topics: coach training, School of Coaching Mastery, free coach training, Adela Rubio, David Papini

Why Coach Training Should NOT Be Free

Posted by Julia Stewart

Coach training investmentI read an article by Sean D'Souza recently on why free training programs are a disservice to customers.

He says free training is great - up to a point, but no matter how valuable the progam is and how much customers like FREE, the engagement of free customers is only 10%. In other words, 90% of the people who sign up don't really get value, no matter how much the trainer tries to give them.

And those numbers are born out by School of Coaching Mastery's Free Coach Training program. The courses are taken directly from our Ultimate Coach Training Program and I knocked myself out to make them great.

In the 10 months since we launched it, we've had 1,633 sign ups. I estimate that that number actually represents as few as 559 individuals, which is the number of sign-ups for the single most popular course. Of those, only 98 have signed up for all five courses, which is the requirement they must meet if they want to take the free Coaching Certificate Exam. Out of those 98, 57% pass. So far, that's 56 who passed the exam, exactly 10%!

Out of 559 people, only 56 are engaged enough in the program to pass a moderately challenging exam. [UPDATE: DECEMBER 2012 - The Coaching Certificate Exam is no longer available with Free Coach Training, but the training itself is still free.]

Have I done coaches a disservice by offering coach training for free?

As a coach, I know the majority of my pro bono clients have been less engaged than the clients who pay my regular $700 per month fee. Like it or not, humans work harder when they pay dearly. It was the same principle that made my New York City personal training business so successful. It's also why animal shelters don't give puppies and kittens away for free. People take better care of pets that they pay for.

Of course, the engagement level of our paying students is virtually the reverse of our free students. 90% come to class and do the work (play?) of becoming master coaches, getting certified and attracting clients. Their investment in the program pays both financial and emotional dividends for life. That's a lot better then putting money in a piggy bank!

So going forward, expect us to be very forthcoming about what it takes, in terms of training, to succeed as a coach. Free training might be helpful, especially if you're researching the coaching field or pursuing it as just a hobby. Ultimate training is for the coach who wants to succeed and commits to doing what it takes. Read A Tale of Two Life Coaches to get the picture.

In the meantime, here are some simple questions to help you determine which program is for you:

 

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Topics: coach training, become a coach, free coach training, coaching clients, Free, coaching success, Life Coaches, Become a Masterful Coach, certified coaches, advanced coach training

A Tale of Two Life Coaches

Posted by Julia Stewart

Life CoachesDo you really need coach training? Here’s a quick story that illustrates the experiences of many of the thousands new coaches that I’ve taught, coached, or talked to over the past few years. Maybe it will help you decide.


Colleen* and Danita* are two new life coaches in 2016. Colleen is from a Midwestern town in the US, while Danita lives outside of Ottawa in Canada. Each has a college education and several years working at a career she’s good at, but not inspired by.


Colleen recently left her job as an elementary school reading specialist. She loves helping people, but longs for more professional freedom, so she began dabbling with coaching and enjoys it. Rather than join a coach training school she takes advantage of free teleclass series on topics related to coaching, hoping to save money, because she's no longer working.


Danita is a psychotherapist who’s feeling a bit burnt out. She feels emotionally drained by some of her clients and wants to work with high-functioning people who are ready to have successful lives and businesses. Danita has wanted to become a coach for years and is now ready to take the plunge. Although she already has excellent skills for helping her psychotherapy clients, she knows that coaching and coaching skills are significantly different from what she already knows.


Danita is committed to being the very best she can be. She decides to give herself all the advantages possible by joining a great coach training school. She loves the SCM approach and joins the Certified Positive Psychology Coach® program. She knows it’s an investment in her future.


Three months later: Colleen loves what she’s learning in free teleclasses, but she’s constantly overwhelmed. She wants to get her new coaching business off the ground, but isn’t making progress. She can’t decide what to name her business. She has heard she needs a niche, but has no idea how to find one. Finally, she invests in an expensive marketing program that promises to teach her everything she needs to know; plus she’ll get thousands of dollars worth of free information, if she signs up, right now.

 

Three months into her coach training, Danita loves everything she’s learning and already has some coaching clients. Unlike the free teleclasses that Colleen takes, which are designed to get her to buy more programs, the material Danita is learning at SCM is designed to give her what she needs when she needs it, while allowing her the flexibility to customize. Danita already feels confident about her coaching skills because of the feedback she gets from her instructors, as well as from her clients. She has her Coach 100 directory listing, which is included in her program, displayed at Find a Coach Here and got her first few paying clients through the program. Whenever Danita feels overwhelmed, she uses tools from her SCM Personal Development Program (also included), talks to one of her instructors, or calls one of her buddy coaches from SCM. She’s seriously considering taking advantage of SCM’s low-cost ICF mentor coaching, only for Certified Positive Psychology Coach® members.


Six months later, Colleen is still struggling and is worried about her finances. Although she has attracted a few coaching clients, they don’t stay with her and she’s spending almost all of her time marketing, instead of coaching. The marketing program she bought was too difficult to implement and she never had time to enjoy all the free goodies that it came with. So she joined an expensive "platinum coaching program" with a famous internet marketer, who she hopes will explain it all, and she’s desperate for the program to work, because otherwise, she will run out of money.


At the same time, Danita has raised her coaching fees and her business is now 50% coaching clients and 50% therapy clients. She’s even beginning to enjoy doing therapy again. Danita has had the opportunity to ask questions from master-coach instructors in her classes, which has helped her make smart choices about her new business. She’s also on her way to getting a well-known coach certification, which she knows will give her added credibility. Already, prospective clients are asking her about her coach training and certification and it’s a relief to know that she has all that covered. It’s also satisfying to know that her clients are more than paying her back for her SCM tuition and that most of her clients stay with her, because they’re enjoying great results.


One year after starting, Colleen regrets ever having gotten started as a coach. She spent thousands of dollars on marketing programs, but made very little of it back from coaching. She’s now focused on finding a job as quickly as she can and feels foolish to think she ever could have been a coach.


Meanwhile, Danita’s coaching business is thriving. She’s kept a few of her favorite therapy clients, but is only accepting new coaching clients who pay her almost twice as much, now. She’s put in hundreds of hours of hard work, but wouldn’t trade a minute of it, because she’s learned so much and so loves her new coaching business. Her mentor coach is helping her see possibilities for her business that she never could have dreamed of. She’s earned her first coach certification and is well on her way to being a successful master coach.


The sad thing about this tale of two life coaches is that they both had the same aptitude when they started. Colleen could have succeeded and she didn’t just lose the thousands of dollars that she spent on marketing programs. She lost tens of thousands of dollars that she could be earning as a coach. More over, the people she could have helped with coaching may never get the help they deserve and Colleen didn't get to enjoy her dream business.


The obvious difference is that Danita joined a coach training school that worked for her, while Colleen tried to do it ‘on the cheap’, which almost never works. But there are deeper reasons. Danita made a definite commitment to become a coach and be the best she could be. She also made a realistic assessment of what she needed to succeed. That commitment to what she wanted and to what she knew to be true launched her on a trajectory that led her toward success.


Colleen, on the other hand, started out just ‘dabbling’ and because she didn’t know for sure what she wanted, over time, she was influenced to buy expensive programs via the ‘free’ teleclasses she attended. As a result, she bought programs she didn’t really want and that didn’t meet her needs. Also, those programs gave conflicting advice which only added to her overwhelm.


Have you made a definite commitment to coaching? It’s the key to coaching success. It’s fine to dabble if all you want is a hobby, but if you know coaching is what you want to do, you need to take the big leap!


*Colleen and Danita are composites of coaches that I’ve known. The names are fictional, but similar stories have been repeated again and again. Your results may be different, depending on the commitments you make.

Ready to commit to your success? Join the Certified Positive Psychology Coach® program now.

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Topics: coach training, become a life coach, become a coach, free coach training, Coach 100, Free, Life Coaches, coach training program, coach training school

Free Coach Training vs. Ultimate Coach Training

Posted by Julia Stewart

Coaching CertificateSince School of Coaching Mastery first offered the Free Coach Training Program in late July 2010, we’ve had well over 1,000 sign-ups by people from all over the world who are curious about the explosive power of coaching to transform lives. That’s an amazing response!

I consider this program to be a huge success and it will continue in 2011. The program is so popular that we’re considering adding live webinars, as well.

What is it? Free Coach Training is 28 hours of recorded coach training, plus 14 written Coaching Guides. After passing a challenging 50-question online exam, members are awarded the SCM Coaching Certificate. So far, 41 members have achieved their certificates, some with honors. There is no charge for the program and there is no ‘catch’.

We want every coach to have access to coach training and the certificate is awarded on the basis of merit, not payment. 

You could spend well over $1,000 with one of our competitors and actually receive LESS value and quality than we are giving away for free. Our strategy is to demonstrate the power of our programs for free to anyone who is curious and to make advanced training available to those who want to excel as coaches.

We are constantly adding more value to our Ultimate Coach Training Program and finding new ways to help coaches become masters, faster. We give a lot away for free and we give a whole lot more for pay.

Why does that matter? Because coaches want to design their lives and businesses on their own terms. If they wanted to follow standardized formulas, they’d still be sitting in corporate cubicles, producing passionless work of dubious value.

It also matters because becoming a successful coach who provides the kind of value that easily commands hundreds of dollars per hour, is a huge undertaking, encompassing four key areas.

First, one must master his or her personal development. Virtually all of us overestimate our progress here. Then we must master coaching skills, something that takes thousands of hours, or even longer, if you’re practicing the wrong skills. In addition, most coaches need to master business. If you’ve never worked for yourself, this can be the biggest challenge of all. Finally, there is mastery of marketing and sales. Without this, even the best coaches will have trouble attracting clients.

The Ultimate Coach Training Program covers all of these areas, so that our graduates are head and shoulders above the competition. The new membership option makes it all surprisingly affordable. Just one coaching client can pay your entire tuition.

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