Finding Your Niche
The initial time I became engaged in online coaching, I reached a number of other people. A lot of these people were fully on their way to establishing an online coaching business. “So far, so good”, I realized to myself.
It spun out that a lot of the individuals I was rubbing shoulders with digitally were mostly walking the misguided path. They had all the misguided views on how to start and run a strong online coaching business.
In fact, for the longest time, I battled with my own coaching business because I incorporated a number of their theories.
One of the most perplexing and harmful ideas that I subscribed to be the idea that I should recruit as many clients for one-on-one coaching. In speculation, this made sense because, let’s face it, if you want to learn from someone, the best way to do so is to have that person right in front of you.
While that person is talking, you can engage that person and ask questions that mean I lot to you.
Maybe there are a lot of materials that make little sense to you. Perhaps this person is skipping certain essential ingredients.
Whatever the claim may be the fact that they’re in front of you enables you to propose questions in real-time so they can commit with you in such a way that you pick up the knowledge that will take your expertise to the next level. All this is reasonably easy to grasp.
However, the obstacle is individuals will not seek one-to-one coaches unless that person is worth seeking. I anticipate you can understand that. I hope the value premise is clear with the announcement I just said.
Think about it. If you are just some arbitrary person who keeps suggesting to himself and to anyone who would bear to listen that you are an authority, do you think you will be perceived as an expert? Chances are you won’t.
You have to pay your dues. You have to write lots of books. You have to get interviewed a lot. You have to grow into some sifting of minor media image. You have to establish a name in your industry.
A bunch of these actions take relatively a dose of creation, focus and inclination. Yes, they likewise take a lot of time, and this is how you establish a premium brand.
Once you have arrived at that stage, suddenly it makes sense to advertise yourself in terms of one-to-one coaching. Prior to that moment, it doesn’t produce a whole lot of sense because people couldn’t care less.
They’d rather read your book. They’ll give you a shot that way. Maybe they’ll watch a video that you shot a long time ago.
However, in terms of paying up to $300 per hour for one hour of Face Time, I don’t think so. Unfortunately, there are so many other people who think like me.
Do yourself an enormous favor. Develop a premium brand first.