There are many different types of people who want to run their own successful business. Because the business world is comprised of many different types of business, and because we all have to eat, and pay our bills, learning how to flexibly work with many different types of people increases the attractiveness and appeal of your business. Beginning business coaches have to start somewhere. Help beginning business owners advance by sharing your valuable business knowledge. Announcing 6 first steps to excel with tips for coaching.
1. Make sure you keep the tips simple and easy to understand. In your coaching program, make one tip be one lesson as appropriate.
2. Act as a partner to your student or prospect. Make sure you speak the prospect’s language.
3. You are a deliveror of useful information. You deliver messages. Make sure you clearly deliver your message so the information is useful to your student or prospect.
4. Remember you are interested in developing your business and in showing your prospects or students how to develop their own business. For this reason, make sure that you provide a process that is easy to follow with results that are easy to duplicate.
5. As appropriate, focus on learning about your prospect’s achievements. Acknowledge that there is value in other people’s ideas as well as your own.
6. Remember you’re here to solve customer problems. Spend a great deal of time intentionally digging out information from your prospects. This is how you know what kind of information to share with them in your coaching tips.
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Sean Mize is the author of Anyone Can Coach, the definitive guide to starting your own coaching program fast.