There are so many great reasons why coaching has grown to become such a popular career for so many women around the world. The coaching field has always been a booming business for young and seasoned entrepreneurs. When you add together the popularity of self-help along with the interwebs and easy access to experts in almost every industry, it’s easy to see why coaching is gaining momentum in almost every professional industry. But, should you consider Coaching as a career? Let’s take a closer look, shall we?
Providing you have experience, here are just a few fields where coaching may be a great fit:
- Life coaching
- Business coaching
- Executive coaching
- Personal coaching
- Health coaching
- Time management coaching
- Organization coaching
- Sports/fitness coaching
- Dating coaching
- Career coaching
And, here you’ll find a few fun stats if you are so inclined:
- “Personal coaching in the US was the second fastest growth industry, after IT. Apparently, there are 50,000 searches per month on Google alone from people looking for a coach.” (Sydney Morning Herald)
- There are an estimated 40,000 coaches practicing in 70 countries worldwide.
- The coaching industry continues to grow at a rate of approximately 20% per year.
- Coaching is currently a $1 billion a year industry.
- There are over 50 coach training schools worldwide.
What Does This Mean to You As An Entrepreneur?
As a small business owner, the increasing demand for coaches may provide you with an incredible opportunity. And, as you’ll discover through this Blog Series, coaching offers you tremendous potential to grow your existing business. It doesn’t matter what industry you’re in. The coaching business model can be adapted to fit almost any business model and niche. In fact, the more specialized your niche and services are, the more opportunities you will likely have.
What This Blog Series Is Designed to Accomplish.
This Blog Series was designed for the entrepreneuress who already has an online business and is looking for opportunities to grow and increase her bottom line.
Coaching offers this potential and so much more. So, if you’re not familiar with coaching or the coaching concept, take some time to learn about the industry. You can search the internet to find coaching associations and organization that best suit your needs. There are plenty to choose from. However, if you’re already familiar with the coaching concept, then you’re likely ready to go. Perhaps you’ve even worked with a coach yourself? If you have, then you are already aware of the value that coaching can provide.
Over the course of this particular Blog Series, we’re going to take a look at Six Reasons Why You Should Consider Offering Your Own Coaching Program. We’ll be going over the following information:
If you’ve ever had a dream in your heart about becoming a coach or are looking for a way to expand and grow your existing business, then this stay tuned for “part deux” in this Blog Series