Here’s a common myth in the coaching world:
You need a lot of money to become a successful coach!
I know that’s not true, from first-hand experience as I started my coaching business on a shoestring budget back in 2014 and almost 10 years later I’m still here.
As crazy as it sounds, there are actually advantages to starting with no money …
For one, it forces you to roll up your sleeves and do things yourself instead of relying on others by outsourcing it.
Take content creation, for example.
Since I couldn’t hire anyone to help with mine as a rookie, I had to show up every day and consistently get my message out to the world myself.
I got good at content creation since I HAD to get good at it – no one was going to swoop in and do it for me.
If I had come in and spent tens of thousands of dollars outsourcing that it wouldn’t have allowed me to build up important habits that serve me well today.
There are other advantages to not having any money starting out as a coach, and I go into it in greater detail in the latest video on my new YouTube channel, which you’ll find here:
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